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Darlington, A massacre, and what I love about Britain

At the 2014 Liberal Democrats party conference, the Lib dem leader Nick Clegg gave a speech in which named the reasons for loving Britain. have with this photo stills video tried to show how is view of British-ness ties in with the culture of my town

The Pacifist Who Wanted To Bomb Russia

I’ve been reading up on early 20th century pacifism, recently, and spent today reading the works of W.T.Stead, who founded the Stop The War Committee in response to the Boer War. 421 more words

Stop The War

Pati, patni and the Editor who was the 'woh'

Sunanda K-Datta-Ray, former editor of The Statesman, in the Business Standard:

“A media that sits in judgement on the world must itself be blameless.

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New Issue of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century

New Issue of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century

The new issue of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century is now available at… 323 more words

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The Ghost Census of 1894

As I mentioned in my last post, I am currently researching the life and times of William Thomas Stead. I must say it is proving quite the impossible task, simply because of the scope of this man’s interests and fads, and the marriage of such diverse genres of pursuit. 2,093 more words

Supernatural

Event: W.T. Stead at the British Library

W.T. Stead at the British Library

There will be an event at the British Library on Tuesday 14 May 2013, 6:30-8pm, to mark the publication of the book, W.T. 92 more words

Events