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Red tails, black wings: The Tuskegee Airmen | Eagle-Eyed Editor

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It’s wonderful what you can do when somebody else believes in you. Sometimes you have to struggle to win over hearts and minds; other times you don’t. 119 more words

20th Century

Review, Guest Post and Giveaway: The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach by Pam Jenoff

•Paperback: 384 pages
•Publisher: Mira (July 28, 2015)

Adelia Montforte begins the summer of 1941 aboard a crowded ship bound for America, utterly alone yet free of Fascist Italy. 1,211 more words

2015

All The Light We Cannot See

I’ve been tempted by All The Light We Cannot See a few times over the past couple months, and with an upcoming trip to the UK (a pair of nine-hour flights, plus several train trips), I finally caved and loaded it up on my Kindle. 262 more words

Fiction

July 27, 2015 - the stories that change depending on who is telling the tale

When Uncle Martin Meagher died his wife Kate O’Neill who was my grandmothers Aunt moved in with the O’Connor family.  My mother told me a few times about aunt Kate.  662 more words

WWII

WWII Weekend Gettysburg PA

One of our many trips to Gettysburg was to visit the President Eisenhower Farm during the WWII weekend event. 

The first two pictures are from one of the reenactor’s collection.  138 more words

Photo Journal

Let 'er Rip

This here’s Liam.  Liam Goodwell.  Denton County Goodwells.

Hey.

Well, here’s the thing.  The thing about my Mama is there ain’t one slice, not one durned iota, not a shred nor a hair nor a nugget o’ woulda, coulda, shoulda in her.   939 more words