In 1917 Reformer Dorothy Dix strongly urged an end to traditional deep mourning. She pointed out that “What the psychological effect, not only upon the minds of women, but upon men of the sight of thousands of women dressed in mourning is appalling to consider… saddens no one else with her sorrow. 103 more words
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Herbert Hoover’s reputation could not have survived the war years without protection from his Secret Elite masters. Once he had been presented as the humanitarian face of the so-called relief programme, and his status transformed from unscrupulous and crooked mining-engineer to quasi-diplomat, he had access to the inner chambers of the American, British and German governments. 2,862 more words
One of the essential skills that the shrewd investor requires is the ability to recognise the moment to sell and move on. The really successful investor has an additional edge; insider information. 2,416 more words
On this Remembrance Day week-end we remember some of the alternative methods of mourning suggested during the Great War.
In 1917 Reformer Dorothy Dix strongly urged an end to traditional deep mourning. 1,517 more words
Britain’s affinity with America proved quiet powerful in Wilson’s decision to break his promise to the American people. In his speech for war he made the issue one of democracy and justice. 353 more words