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Note to the Soldiers

Before I get too far into this blog, I want to address something that I feel is guaranteed to come up, at some point, while discussing politics/government, and that is the topic of the U.S. 2,588 more words

Government

Pitch in to create a field of poppies for our fallen...

The 5000 Poppies Project started in Australia, and was brought to NZ by Lisa Wallace.  The aim is to create a display of 5,000 poppies in time for the 100th anniversary of ANZAC Day in April 2015. 59 more words

Random Bits And Bobs

How wars should be avoided

Two soldiers sitting in a room. In that room there is a table with two chairs.

The soldiers are facing eachother.

They serve opposite sides. 229 more words

Writing

Iron Heritage Festival in Danville

Danville Pennsylvania held it’s Iron Heritage Festival a couple of weeks ago. It was a celebration of the Iron Age. The first Iron Foundry was established in Danville, back in 1829. 262 more words

Photography

The brave and the cautious

The brave do not live forever, but the cautious do not live at all.

Carl had to decide, it was  going to be today or it would be postponed until the stars would fall.On the other hand Mike didn´t have any pressure, the stars could fall by the millions and nothing would affect him or the people around him. 321 more words

English Literature

Lads for Australia. Meeting at the People’s Palace, The East London Observer, Saturday 1 August 1914

The East London Observer

Saturday 1 August 1914

Lads for Australia

Meeting at the People’s Palace

The People’s Palace, Mile End-road was filled on Tuesday night with lads who were assembled to learn about the advantages and prospects of farm life in Australia for British working lads… The hall was decorated with the Union Jack and the flags of the Commonwealth of the Australian States.

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News From 1914-18

The Men at the Borders

Pakistan is in a useless battle, and in a cycle of sufferings from last 12 years, and the rebellious waves caused destruction in every corner of the country. 576 more words

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