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travel writer, author, magazine editor, consultant
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Post #42: Anxieties and Frustrations March On
Friday, August
10, 2018 DON’T-FORGET-WWI-PROJECT:
Invasion. During the past week, 104 years ago on August 4, 1914, the Germans invaded
Belgium to get to their real goal, France. Belgium was no stranger to invading
armies. Before the country was established ...
Post #42: Anxieties and Frustrations March On
Post #42: Anxieties and Frustrations March On
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Post #41: Thanks to All Those Who Have Helped Me
Friday, August
3, 2018 DON’T-FORGET-WWI-PROJECT:
Pre-war Belgium. 104 years ago this week, the European powers were blustering
toward the Aug. 4, 1914 start of World War I (1914-1918). The little country of
Belgium was secure in knowing its neutrality was g...
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Post #40: A New World Is Coming
Friday, 27, 2018 Don't-Forget-WWI-Project: Pre-war world. Less than two weeks before
the August 4, 1914 start of World War I (1914-1918), the world was a much different place
than today. 100 years ago, there was no commercial radio, no TV, no cell
phones, n...
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Post #40: A New World Is Coming
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Post #39: America's Charitable Heart
Friday,
October 20, 2017 The Don’t-Forget-WWI Project: On
October 22, 1914, 103 years ago Sunday, eight Americans came together in London
and committed to trying to do what had never been done before—save an entire
nation from starvation as the most horrifi...
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Post #39: America's Charitable Heart
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Post #38: George Washington's Birthday and Book Publishers
Sunday,
February 19, 2016 Don’t-Forget-WWI-Project: George
Washington’s birthday – To foreigners 100 years ago, it led to an act of defiance
against a prison state. During
the harsh German occupation of Belgium during WWI, all acts and events reflecting
Bel...
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Post #37: Slave Raids and My Grandfather
Don’t-Forget-WWI-Project: While
many people know about the horrors of World War I’s trench warfare on the
Western Front 100 years ago, most people do NOT know about the horrors endured
by Belgian and Northern French civilians trapped behind German lines. So...
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Post #36: The Bloody Somme, the 1916 Belgian Harvest, and an NEH Rejection
Sunday,
August 14, 2016 Don’t-Forget-WWI-Project: Many
know that in August 1916 World War One’s bloody Battle of the Somme had just
started. It would last until November and have a mind-bogglilng 1.5 million
causalities. But most don’t know that at the same...
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Post #35: Poison Gas vs. Food Relief
Friday, April 15, 2016 Don’t-Forget-WWI Project: One hundred and one years ago, from April 22
until May 25, the Second Battle of Ypres reminded the world of the horrors of
trench warfare. The 35 days of fighting saw the first use of poison gas on the
Wester...
Post #35: Poison Gas vs. Food Relief
Post #35: Poison Gas vs. Food Relief
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Post #34: Rhodes scholars Head into German-occupied Belgium
Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015 D on’t-Forget-WWI
Project: During World War One, exactly 101 years ago today, on
Sunday, Dec. 6, 1914, 10 young American students on Christmas break from Oxford
University were in Rotterdam preparing for the adventure of a lifetime. 191...
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Post #33: Understanding 1914 Belgium, and Searching the Past in Present Day Antwerp
Friday, October 2, 2015   The Don’t-Forget-WWI Project: An
excerpt from page 99 of my nonfiction book, Behind the Lines ,
www.WWIBehindTheLines.com   "We Shall Never Forgive!”   As
September [1914] came to a close, Max [the mayor of Brussels] was not the on...
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