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Event Horizon ... May/June 2015

This coming Saturday sees Helion Books launch their ‘The Century of the Soldier’ series with a special event in Shrewsbury … see the poster for details (click on the picture for a larger version) 178 more words

English Civil War


Last year on V.E. Day, Armistice Day for the end of World War II in Europe, I visited the American cemetery at St. Avold. It is the final home of many of America’s Greatest Generation.  748 more words

American History

Walking the Shrewsbury Battlefield - Part One

Although we have lived in Shropshire for years it is only now that we have finally visited the site of the famous Battle of Shrewsbury and the Church of St Mary Magdalene built there to commemorate those who died in battle. 293 more words


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Happy V-E Day!

About a month ago I said exciting new posts were on the way. I have not forgotten! Tomorrow I leave for the Western Front. 31 more words

From Flickr: "Olustee Battlefield State Monument - Olustee" by State Library and Archives of Florida

Persistent URL: http://ift.tt/1Ed9RnG

Local call number: RC15626

Title: Olustee Battlefield State Monument – Olustee

Date: ca. 1955

Physical descrip: 1 photoprint – b&w – 8 x 10 in. 30 more words

My Favorite Battlefield: Vicksburg is the Key

Recently, the Civil War Trust released a quiz, “Which Civil War Battlefield are You?”  I got Kennesaw Mountain, which pleased me very much.  But it got me thinking… 634 more words

Battlefield Tours

Gettysburg, PA

It rained all day yesterday so we just stayed in. But today was better so north we go! We have crossed the Mason-Dixon line into Pennsylvania and are no longer in the south. 375 more words

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