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Welcome to this post, the first to be composed using my brand new Acer Chromebook 15, of which more later. As well as covering the events of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, with a few pictures, and of course explaining the computer situation I will be providing an answer the puzzle that I included in my last post. 670 more words
An extremely rare and fully operational World War II Enigma machine has just fetched a world record £367,000 at auction.
Beating the previous record of around £2780,000, the M4, is one of the rarest enigma machines and was designed for use by the German Navy during the second World War after it was discovered that the security of the Naval M3 had been compromised. 239 more words
The Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience is a traveling exhibition that mainly tells the story of Australia’s involvement in the First World War, but also has some additional information about the Australian armed forces involvement in subsequent operations. 644 more words
The revolver that wounded French poet Arthur Rimbaud has been sold for £370,000 at an auction in Paris. Rimbaud was shot by his lover Paul Verlaine, another French poet, during a heated debate between the two in 1873. 333 more words