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Never Forget

“THERE is
NO greater LOVE
than
to
LAY DOWN one’s life
for his FRIENDS.”

John 15:13

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World War I

Chapter XCVII: The Fallacies of War

Chapter XCVII: The Fallacies of War

 Nātiōnēs abūsae praeteritī nātiōnibus abūsivīs posterum temporis fīunt,

rādicēs praesentis immisericorditer ob inopiam remorsūs manifestātae errant;

paucārum dominātiō sēmitā sub mortem et ruīnam manutenuerint. 2,317 more words

Chapters

July 2014

This July is replete with significant milestones in our family.

My great uncle celebrated his 99th birthday two weeks ago. He has led a remarkable life. 268 more words

World War I

How It Was to Enlist in WW1

100 Years Ago Some of the Young Thought World War Was Fun

(An excerpt from A Book of Kells: Growing Up in an Ego Void… 682 more words

Books

WWI diary

This is copied word for word from my grandfather’s Dairy. Here and there, I added a period or comma, since a lot of the text would run the whole page as one sentence. 7,550 more words

Hashtag War

Through considering photographs of World War I, the Crimean War, the Civil War, and the conflict in Israel & Gaza today, Calvin College English professor Sarina Gruver Moore raises a very important question at The Twelve blog: 89 more words

History

Coyne Park (Lawrence, MA)

Coyne Park is a strip of naturally wooded area between Shawsheen Road and the Shawsheen River. It is named for Patrick Coyne, Company A, 18 Infantry, US Army. 9 more words

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