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With only hours to go before the people of Scotland vote to remain a part of the United Kingdom – or not – the numbers involved are very interesting indeed. 302 more words


Obama's Non-Coalition of the Unwilling Takes Shape To Go to War Against ISIS


A year after Obama’s failed effort, on the queen’s instructions, to launch airstrikes against the Assad government in Syria, he’s at it again, as part of the British Empire’s global drive to unleash war to surround and sink Russia and China. 767 more words


On this day: Australia in 1870

On the fifteenth of September, 1870, people lined up to be photographed at the planting of the first telegraph pole near Palmerston in Australia.

The Australian Overland Telegraph was 3200 kilometres long and connected Darwin with Port Augusta in South Australia. 55 more words


War, truth and memory

Today I visited the Imperial War Museum (London), it’s been closed for a while having a re-fit and makeover. I went particularly for the exhibition: Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War, I took my camera as I’m looking to get back into photography and developing film and with no plans on a Saturday I decided to go. 891 more words

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