In the UK, the 1950s was a time of great social change. Free from the threat of World War II (apart from rationing, which still affected the early part of the decade) Britons could look forward with a new hope and optimism. The fifties saw the...
The early and mid-1960s were a special time in my life. In reflecting on those glory years, there were 17 fads of the 60s which I recall vividly and share with my readers in this article.
Part 1 of 2 . A look at the influence Nazi propaganda had on Germany in World War II and how it was utilized as a weapon to wage war.
Of all the women of World War Two, the Land Girls stand out for the hard work they did on farms in Britain and abroad. WW2 Land Girls working the land so that Britain could eat! Land Girls mattered.
Research into a local restaurant turns up interesting information about pre-World War II Long Island, including a glimpse into an infamous group of Nazi supporters, German submarines, and espionage.
What was it like for the soldiers of World War 1 living in the filthy trenches? Visit the WWI trenches and learn more about the war here.
Verkannte Menschen was a German film portraying the life of German Deaf in 1932. It showed children having a good quality education aimed at making the most of their disability and adults who were a valuable part of the German community. All this changed in 1933 with the onset of National Socialism
Theories about the disappearance of artist and poet, Everett Ruess
Bristol Brabazon was once the largest airliner ever built during the late 1940s. It was built to accommodate the wealthy during transatlantic flights with luxurious amenities found on cruise ships.
This is my story of the amazing day that I shook hands with the most beautiful Princess in the World. Princess Diana.