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Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge 411 FRUIT and Ripe. — willowdot21

–snip– Ronovanwrite’s . Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge 411 FRUIT and Ripe.

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A ‘forgotten’ mass grave of WWI: Winterberg Tunnel Deutsche Welle May 20, 2022

I saw this today on Deutsche Welle – A ‘forgotten’ mass grave of WWI: Winterberg Tunnel Deutsche Welle May 20, 2022: https://www.dw.com/en/a-forgotten-mass-grave-of-wwi-winterberg-tunnel/a-61874989/. Longer article. May 20, 2022 An exhibition about German WWI soldiers killed in a collapsed tunnel in France … Continue reading

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K.L..CALEY’S #WRITEPHOTO Distance. — willowdot21

–snip– Morgarna is still dealing with the shadows with the help of Tom and the fairies while Merlin is battling to save Morgause’s life …he needs the help of an old flame. K.L..CALEY’S #WRITEPHOTO Distance.

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The Eastern Winds. — willowdot21

–snip– This poem is in support of all those in the Ukraine and was inspired by Jane Dougherty’s poem, On Days of Wind . Please read Jane’s poem. I have borrowed the painting Jane used which is a painting by … Continue reading

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The story behind the German Jewish war hero honored on both sides of the Atlantic, decades apart – CNN January 27, 2020

In recognition of International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2022. I saw this on CNN several years ago – The story behind the German Jewish war hero honored on both sides of the Atlantic, decades apart: https://edition.cnn.com/2020/01/27/europe/richard-stern-photo-grm-scli-intl/index.html. A lot more in the … Continue reading

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The Ogilby Muster First World War online archive set to launch – FamilySearch November 18, 2021

I saw this recently on FamilySearch – The Ogilby Muster First World War online archive set to launch: https://media.familysearch.org/the-ogilby-muster-first-world-war-online-archive-set-to-launch/. Longer article. A NEW online resource will help “unlock history” by giving access to British First World War archives. The Ogilby … Continue reading

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Charlie Chaplin goes to war — Part I: Starting your genealogy research from a First World War record and Part II — Library and Archives Canada Blog

By Emily Potter William Charles Chaplin, in actual fact—and, yes, the title is misleading. A little like the information you can sometimes find while doing family history research in a First World War file! Charlie Chaplin goes to war — … Continue reading

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Update to Theory of Family Relativity™: 19 Million New Theories Added – MyHeritage October 10, 2021

I saw this today on MyHeritage – Update to Theory of Family Relativity™: 19 Million New Theories Added: https://blog.myheritage.com/2021/10/update-to-theory-of-family-relativity-19-million-new-theories-added/. Longer article. By Esther October 10, 2021 Since MyHeritage first introduced Theory of Family Relativity™ in early 2019, this game-changing feature … Continue reading

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I Discovered My Grandfather’s Account of His WWI Service Thanks to a MyHeritage Record Match – MyHeritage October 5, 2021

I saw this recently on MyHeritage – I Discovered My Grandfather’s Account of His WWI Service Thanks to a MyHeritage Record Match: https://blog.myheritage.com/2021/10/i-discovered-my-grandfathers-account-of-his-wwi-service-thanks-to-a-myheritage-record-match/. Longer article. By Esther October 5, 2021 MyHeritage user Linda Schmidt of California has been researching her … Continue reading

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The S. S. Winston-Salem goes to war… — North Carolina Collection

On December 27, 1919, Dewitt Chatham, a twenty year old resident of Fourth Street in downtown Winston-Salem raised her arm and said “I dub thee ’The City of Winston-Salem’ and broke a bottle over the bow of a 400 foot, … Continue reading

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