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Trumbull - Dear Dan (2) - Notes to Ced and Dave - April 7, 1946

Dear Ced:

In case you are wondering what the above is all about, let me quote Dan’s last letter from Antwerp, March 26th. “The last month or so has seen an incredible melee of activity without progress. 863 more words

Family

Man in an Orange Shirt TV Review

In 2018, we have much to be grateful for. That includes (for the most part), the open acceptance of those who are part of the LGBTQ community. 251 more words

History

a man of letters (4) - the boys go to war

On June 27, 1943, Glenn delivered bad news to his parents.

“Dear Mama and Daddy,

I know how upset you are about my enlisting this summer, but I have to do what I feel is right for me. 1,005 more words

Personal

FERNLEY'S SECOND NOVEL LEAVES ME IN A STATE OF FLUX AND CAPACITY FOR AN ENDING

When H.G. Wells published his novella The Time Machine in 1836, time travel was still in the realms of fantasy. With the development of nuclear and quantum physics over the past one hundred and eighty years, the idea of travelling back and forward in time is perceived to be closer than ever. 934 more words

Book Review

The Nightingale

This month, the Light Bite Book Club read and discussed The Nightingale, Kristin Hannah’s very popular novel about two sisters involved in the Resistance in France during WWII. 261 more words

Book Groups

The Remarkable Historiography of David Irving

I’m very pleased to announce that our selection of HTML Books now contains works by renowned World War II historian David Irving, including his magisterial… 1,649 more words

Opinion