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12. Ratty and the Germans

I was waving my copy of ‘The Farmers Weekly’ out of the window as the train pulled into Parsons Junction and further along the platform that must be Carswell, waving his copy. 660 more words

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Conington's earlier incident

I told you about the sad death of Colonel Arthur Mellows and promised another story of death and ghostly events at the Conington Railway Crossing. This is it. 707 more words

Fog

German POWs Working in Wisconsin

–submitted by Andrea Kaminski

One of the many benefits I appreciate about Rotary is the chance to learn new things about Wisconsin from our wonderful programs. 411 more words

Rotary Club Of Madison

The German POWs Who Lived, Worked, and Loved in Texas

This is from Mental Floss.

I learned some more about German POW’s in America.

Some went to work as hospital orderlies. Others picked cotton, baled hay, or tilled soil, living in accommodations near farmland. 1,190 more words

Naples newcomer turns out a highly original second novel

Ginger Quill, by Kay Taylor Burnett. iUniverse. 170 pages. Trade paperback $13.95.

The author, a recent transplant to Naples, is a retired Texas newspaper publisher and magazine editor currently working on her third novel, set in Florida. 421 more words

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