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25 November 1915

Dini’s job sounds as if it might be rather interesting if, as you say, she gets some sort of secretarial appointment. I hope she works for someone interesting, & then perhaps she will be able to give us a week’s warning before the War Office ship us off to some distant spot as the Fiji Islands or elsewhere.  628 more words

November 25 in San Antonio history...

World War I -1915
Heinie Schultz, a private in the German army, reached New York today from Rotterdam—a deserter and a stowaway aboard the Dutch steamer Noorderdyk. 192 more words


Operation Caesar's Folly (Part X)

Victoria sagged into her desk chair. Her meeting with the professor had gone better than she’d expected. The little man had impressed her with his report on the forged message, and while he was clearly still unnerved by the prospect of operating on the ground in Venice, he was keeping up a brave face for the most part. 1,288 more words

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Haiku Review: McLain, "The Paris Wife"

Paula McLain, “The Paris Wife“, this edition Virago UK, 2012, AU$20.61

Through love, wine, words and
late nights, Hadley finds there is
no cure for Paris.

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Native American Heritage Month: Lula Owl Gloyne

Following the Warrior and Healing Spirit—Lula Owl Gloyne: First EBCI Registered Nurse

By Suzanne Wiley, volunteer contributor, American Red Cross

We all know the American Red Cross is one of the first responders after a disaster. 930 more words

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Commemorating WWI: O's vs Staines

On Saturday 7th November supporters and staff of Orient came onto the pitch to commemorate the fallen for WWI. Deputy chief executive of the Leyton Orient Trust, Philip Rudling can be seen on the back left hand corner of the flag and is representing the They Took the Lead Project.


24 November 1915

LaCoutre Cense De Reau (Farm)

We have moved into our new headquarters & settled down very comfortably.  We are in a large farm with three large rooms for our two officers & the mess & three small bedrooms for the Brigadier, the Brigade Major & Staff Captain.  621 more words