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Photographer of the Week: Brassai

“The purpose of art is to raise people to a higher level of awareness than they would otherwise attain on their own.” ~ Brassai

“When you meet the man you see at once that he is equipped with no ordinary eyes,” ~ writer Henry Miller on Brassai… 202 more words

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The Great Escape (1963)

About The Film: Based on a true story, The Great Escape tells of Allied prisoners of war who managed to escape from an allegedly impenetrable Nazi prison camp during World War II. 671 more words

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Happy Memorial Day

Because our nation celebrates two holidays that are very similar sometimes people tend to get them mixed up. We celebrate both Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day for military persons, however Memorial Day is to honor military personnel who  have served our country and lost their lives while serving. 173 more words

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Flash Fiction - The Chains of a POW

I’m continuing to dig out the flash pieces I’ve submitted for Flash! Friday – here’s another one I’m rather proud of.  I’ve never served in the military, but I was the oddball child (of 4) who didn’t.  303 more words

Player of the Week - May 23rd

Hello Everyone!

I can’t believe another week has gone by, doesn’t seem possible. Anyway, this week we only have 2 nominees, but nonetheless, they both deserve to be PoW. 19 more words

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The darker aspect of World War II; 20-May-2015

War is disastrous for all warring groups. The Second World War brought to light newer forms of torture in the form of concentration camps. However, though much has been written about those terrible acts – and they were terrible – much hasn’t been written about crimes or war happenings that are too disturbing to talk about. 77 more words

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