Tags » Mesopotamia

Kansas state agencies denied services to two Syrian refugees, one of whom had applied for medical assistance — Friends of Refugees

Now that Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has withdrawn Kansas from the refugee resettlement program – doing nothing more than having federal benefits for refugees sent directly to nonprofits assisting refugees and no longer having these routed through the state – details are now emerging about events leading up to that decision.

26 more words
Mesopotamia &

Tuesday 2 May 1916 - We Lost 251

While a German 21-cm shell in which several holes have been bored is being steamed in a laboratory for study purposes the box of shaving in which it is packed catches fire. 330 more words


Monday 1 May 1916 - We Lost 323

Casualties during the Dublin rising are put at 124 military and constabulary killed, 397 wounded and missing, 180 civilians killed and 614 total wounded.

Today’s losses include: 239 more words

Canadian Army

Anunnaki History and Alien Gods Revealed with Gerald Clark (½)

Gerald Clark is a 1994 graduate of the University of California at San Diego (UCSD). Gerald holds an MSEE in Electronic Circuits and Systems, and a BS in Computer Engineering both from UCSD. 204 more words


The 2nd Battalion of the Norfolk Regiment in Mesopotamia, April 1916.

The 2nd Battalion of the Norfolk Regiment in Mesopotamia

Summary for April 1916

This quarter’s summary from our Mesopotamian correspondent concludes the reports on the siege of Kut al Amara. 7,359 more words

Research Project

Gallipoli Blog #31

One of the biggest disasters of the War for the British (and Indian) forces is also one of the least well-known today.  Comparable to the loss of Singapore in WW2, and coming just four months after the evacuation of Gallipoli, it resulted in the loss of thousands of Allied troops and another significant blow to British prestige in the Middle East.  4,541 more words