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Politically Correct Palestinian

  “But, why don’t you speak Hebrew?”

I smile,
“I don’t know what to tell you.”

   *Confused silence*

I was born under exploding skies
And soil thick with children’s blood, 484 more words


Graphic Novel Review Bites

Battlefields, Volume 1: Night Witches by Garth Ennis

I happened upon the obituary of Nadezhda Popova and learned of the existence of the Night Witches. Thereafter, I discovered that Garth Ennis had written a series of war stories called… 737 more words

Comics/Graphic Novels/Manga

Russia and the Ukraine - my thoughts about the whole thing

Although not technically a ‘geogeek’ subject there is a geo-military-political aspect to the whole thing…that and it’s my blog and I’ll write what I want to ;).   2,546 more words


Pike and Shot Society Yahoo Group ...

I’m sure many of you are familiar with the P&SS email group, which continues to be a lively forum for sharing links and insights …. 113 more words

English Civil War

Summer Update

Some ECW Summer Events from the Battlefields Trust

Battle of Langport 1645  Thursday 10th July 2014

Anniversary walk around the site of the Battle of Langport led by Julian Humphrys… 89 more words

English Civil War

Experience Gallipoli with Lt Col Peter Sweeney

Lieutenant Colonel Peter Sweeney RFD (Retired) joined the Australian Army Reserve (Infantry Corps) as an Officer Cadet in 1966 and served, raising through the ranks until he officially retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2000. 1,764 more words

Middle East

21 amazing places in England recently given protected status

1. Ennerdale, Cumbria. About 2000 BC to present

Despite being clothed in over 1,200 hectares of coniferous plantations, the Ennerdale valley retains evidence for human occupation from the Bronze age through to the present day. 1,496 more words