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Your email has been successfully sent. "I must go to bed now as we have an early start in the morning," wrote 12-year-old Joyce Henderson in her diary on 31 Aug 1939. "Tomorrow, I become an evacuee and it's all because of something called war."
Man admits RAF Bomber Command Memorial graffiti A man has admitted scrawling graffiti about Fusilier Lee Rigby's death on a war memorial in London. Daniel Smith, of Grecian Street North, Salford, caused the damage to the RAF Bomber Command War
7 October 2013 0 View comments It may be almost seven decades since the Germans last flew them during the Second World War and used them in a series of devastating bombing raids on London, Coventry and Norwich...Using a specially developed Augmented
RAF Stenigot, right, near Donington on Bain, Lincolnshire, was a crucial link in a chain of radar posts positioned along the south and east coast of Britain...The site was decommissioned in the late 1980s and was mostly demolished by 1996. The radar
Darrin Phegley / The GleanerSouth Heights Elementary School teacher Melissa Allinder, right, gives a hearty goodbye hug to Frances McGuire after visiting with her at her home for the Home Visit Blitz Tuesday morning, July 30, 2013...Responses to
Louis Rene Beres (Ph.D., Princeton, 1971) lectures and publishes widely on Middle East security matters. His writings on Israel, military strategy, and jurisprudence appear regularly in many major newspapers and magazines, and also in more than a
Home Visit Blitz a waste of money Posted August 3, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. Patty Coomes, Henderson As a taxpayer, I am very cognizant of where and how my money is being spent. When I see excess or waste, I remember how I have to make sure that in my
After the war, PV202 was converted into a two-seater in order to train pilots, so I can sit in the back while John Romain does the work at the front...John's colleagues at ARC have just produced a cake to celebrate his 700th hour in a Spitfire...I
The top story in The Vancouver Sun on July 10, 1940 was about the death of three tourists from Saskatchewan whose car had plunged 600 feet off the Fraser Canyon Highway near Boston Bar. The second biggest story was about the British navy inflicting