This play, winner of the Tower Theatre’s new play competition honouring the centenary of the First World War, was chosen from over 45 entries. It is funny, poignant, bitter and sweet; a fitting tribute to all of those who fought in the Great War in any capacity. 114 more words
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Everyone who went to war to serve his country is a hero in my book even if I never wrote a book in my life. 389 more words
Friday morning February 2, 2008 was cold in Baghdad but since Friday is a big shopping day, shoppers crowded the markets throughout the city. At one of Baghdad’s most popular gathering places, the al-Ghazl animal market, hundreds of closely packed shoppers moved from stall to stall when suddenly and without warning, a huge explosion shattered the silence, killing dozens of Iraq’s. 777 more words
The following quotes from John Hamilton Gray are from “Prince Edward Island and Confederation 1863-1873“ by Reverend Francis W.P. Bolger, St. Dunstan`s University Press, 1964. 610 more words