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A Very Important Letter of Recommendation

Three months after the picnic in Hyde Park, Europe was engulfed in war. Britain was constantly in battle and they were desperate for American support. A sense of friendship was solidified during the royals’ last visit to the United States, as Britain was no longer seen as the home of colonial rulers. 303 more words

Hot Dogs for Royals

With each royal visit to the United States more historic than the rest, this one sticks out in history because of a hot dog lunch, but more about that later. 391 more words

American Troops at Buckingham Palace 1910-1919

This video dates back between 1910 and 1919, when King George V was in power over England. The footage shows the monarch observing and reviewing American troops as they parade around London. 73 more words

Peter The Wild Boy

In the summer of 1725 an uncouth youth was found in the forest of Hertswold near Hameln in northern Germany. It was thought the boy was aged about 10 years old though he walked on all fours and fed on grass and leaves. 2,109 more words


NPR Draws Online Ire After Tweeting ‘Declaration Of Independence’


NPR Draws Online Ire After Tweeting ‘Declaration Of Independence’

July 5, 2017 3:34 PM

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Happy Secession Day!

Happy Secession Day! On July 4 of every year here in the not-so-United States of America, some of us remember how our patriotic ancestors bravely lit off sparklers, waved British flags and sacrificed so much in order to barbecue a few hamburgers in honor of good old King George. 165 more words

Monday Musings (June 26, 2017): King George or King Jesus?

(Picture taken moments before the events narrated below).

On a recent afternoon I took my three children and my niece to the park. Well, two parks actually. 317 more words

Kyle Rapinchuk