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Alpha Omega M.D. - Episode #189

Alpha Omega M.D. – Episode #189

…there are reports of a peeping probing periscope, piercing pulsing pre-European purity, possibly prompting premature perspiration…

Plans are made for a June crossing of the Atlantic. 339 more words

Writing And Grammar

Richmond WW1 Diary 29 April 1916

British and Indian forces surrender to Turkey following the siege of Kut

While the battle in Europe focused on controlling access to the supply ports, in the Middle East it focused on Baghdad. 320 more words

WW1

Ripples

John Ruskin (1819 – 1900)
Rocks in Unrest

Phoebe Sarah Marks in Hampshire, England,  was born on 28 April 1854. She was the third child of a Polish-Jewish watchmaker named Levi Marks, an immigrant from Tsarist Poland; and Alice Theresa Moss, a seamstress.  572 more words

History

EXHIBITION: LOOK, JUST LOOK, THE VISTULA IS NEAR

EXHIBITION: LOOK, JUST LOOK, THE VISTULA IS NEAR – RUSSIAN PRINTS OF WWI

LOCATION: LONDON PRINT STUDIO, HARROW ROAD, LONDON

DATE: UNTIL 7TH MAY 2016… 94 more words

Printmaking

April 28 - 100th anniversary of the Hulloch gas attack

We continue today with an excerpt from the original letter detailing some of the work Fr Doyle had to undertake towards the end of April, 1916. 372 more words

WWI

Opposing World War I in New Zealand

A new Web site documents the stories of those in New Zealand who opposed World War I. “The website covers the anti-conscription movement prior to World War One; conscription and those who objected; women supporting Conscientious Objectors; the response of the Labour movement to conscription; and the legacy of the World War One Peace movement.”

New Resources

British Military Records at Fold3

Did you know that Fold3 also has an impressive number of military records from the British Commonwealth? Visit the New & Updated Collections page and you’ll find a surprising number of British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand collections for World War I. 7 more words

Military