Quick before we're dead
Seems like it's much better to have come FROM Zagreb
When there's nothing left for Gunther to lose, the compulsion to speak the truth becomes even stronger.
5 of 5 stars My version: Audiobook Non Fiction Viking 2017 StoryTel subscription Laurence Rees' masterpiece is revealing in three ways. First, it is based not only on the latest academic research, but also on 25 years of interviewing survivors and perpetrators, often at the sites of the events, many of whom have never had their words published … Continue reading Review: The Holocaust: A New History – Laurence Rees
Today's offering from the Rand McNally World Atlas of 1946, is the final one. This map is of course the one that was current at the outbreak of World War II. The section at the front is a series of maps of Europe, which I've posted the last couple of weeks. This final one, isn't … Continue reading Central Europe 1914 to 1935
A couple of years ago, I 'inherited' a map of the world, from my father-in-law. It is a Hammond's Illustrated Atlas of the World and was published in 1913, by C. S. Hammond & Company, New York. I find, have found, it interesting through reading so much, so many books about the First World War, … Continue reading The world, in 1913
One of many books the young people of today need to read
A gripping thriller, an unspeakable crime, an essential history - John le Carré