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1/12/1916 The Battle of Athens: French marines clash with Greek royalists

The situation in Greece remains chaotic. Allied forces are occupying much of Greek Macedonia, with the port of Salonika as their headquarters. The remnants of the Serbian army has also been shipped to Macedonia and is now plugging away at the Bulgarians who occupy their country. 295 more words

First World War

Be the Light

Be the Light is one of the anchor essays in my book, Fragments, a memoir 1,809 more words
Culture

Rethinking The Sabbaths

In a previous post (Passover, Crucifixion, and The Lord’s Day…) I had not found any evidence that Constantine had changed the day of worship from Saturday / Sabbath to Sunday; only that he had changed the names of the days according to his pagan beliefs. 2,750 more words

York

October 17, 2016

Now we were off to London, but stopping off in York because why not, we’ve never been there before. Our train was departing at 9:30 am, bound for Kings Cross, from Waverley station so we gave ourselves plenty of time to get there, including buying some muffins and juice for breakfast. 1,139 more words

Britain

Peter meets Constantine

Another week, another new Marshall of the Yorkiverse interview.  This week, Peter meets a fan in York’s premier street theatre performer: Constantine, otherwise known as Constant Ian the Great… 61 more words

PMATL

Constantine is building the new Capitol

How to make a decision which will change the world forever. Yes surely we die but to make the name live forever…. That’s something… Here we go you can see a little part from the book Constantinople below… 641 more words

Constantine is building the new Capitol

How to make a decision which will change the world forever. Yes surely we die but to make the name live forever…. That’s something… Here we go you can see a little part from the book Constantinople below… 641 more words