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Why Belgium should be proud of what happened on 19 April 1943

Yesterday morning I was out on my bike, cycling along the River Dijle – more of that in another post. But while heading towards my destination I happened to make a brief stop at a railway crossing in Boortmeerbeek to check my map, and saw this unusual street name – XXste Konvooistraat – 20th Convoy Street. 177 more words

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HERE ARE SOME MORE PHOTOS FROM MY BOOK ABOUT ALIENS . YOU CAN ENLARGE THEM TO SEE THEM BETTER!

I will be adding these as I can and trying to make them easier to see. I was so far away that I had to magnify them a great deal to find the subject. 98 more words

Mondays in Maryland: Civil War Roundup

From the Underground Railroad to the battle that saved Washington, Maryland is awash with Civil War history.

There are an astounding number of sites waiting to be explored, and I’ve covered many of them in… 572 more words

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The Collective Healing of Trauma Associated with War..... for Humanity at large and for the human consciousness.

As Librarian I have had to often deal with life on multiple levels and read what no-one else would read in a lifetime – mainly because I was forced to read things I would not normally have touched with a ten foot pole, and mainly because of curiosity, or because other people had requested books, and I started randomly opening them and reading it.  2,161 more words

History Lessons on the Run at Manassas Battlefield

Everywhere I run is like a page from my 11th-grade AP U.S. history textbook. White House, check. Arlington Cemetery, check. U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court, check, check. 78 more words

Trip to Cowpens and Kings Mountain National Battlefield Parks

My husband and I are beginning new adventures.  We both love history–particularly American history and decided to visit as many local battlefields as we can.  I just wished that I had taken more photos. 607 more words

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Letter to Damascus

The irony of human suffering is that it embeds a zest for life in its victims that cannot be bought, borrowed, nor sold by those who are graciously blessed. 227 more words

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