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Pumpkin Flowers: Book Review

United States Secretary of State John Kerry is famous for asking, in testimony before Congress during the Vietnam War, “how do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?” His question calls to mind the lead character in one of the greatest war novels ever written, All Quiet on the Western Front, when a solider is killed just moments before an armistice is signed, ending World War I. 710 more words


Poem: Equality 

Black and white contrast

Two ends of the same spectrum

Lovely together


Diaries; 29th - 31st August 1914.

Saturday 29th August: Bassoles-Aulers

After a few hours’ sleep under a tree we were up and had breakfast. We then had a letter from General French* read out to us thanking everybody for the way they had done their duty. 424 more words


Respectfully, CMC Dixon by Riain

Beth gets a Holidays for Heroes card from her local church and decides to send a care package off to a deployed service member in Iraq. 38 more words

Bethyl Fanfiction

"The Huntsman: Winters War" fails to improve on previous outing.

To all those reading this that sincerely wanted to see how Chris Hemsworth’s Huntsman became the lost soul of “Snow White and the Huntsman” I must ask, was it worth it? 513 more words


War Zones & Barriers 

No one enters war without the equipment necessary to win. No barrier has been broken down by a soldier who wasn’t prepared to face the extreme. 218 more words

Do Not Give Up!