Monthly Archives: July 2012

An Announcement Concerning History Posts

When I first started this it was intended to just be something fun to do, blogging about all sorts of things that I am personally interested in.  Over the last year, however, it has become apparent to me that it … Continue reading

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Another Talented Musician, Another Great Anti-war Song.

When I asked some time ago where all the anti-war songs of today were, I was seriously concerned that contemporary music was not playing the role it did in the sixties. I shouldn’t have worried. Here’s another great response to … Continue reading

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When the Fourth of July wasn’t something to celebrate

During the French and Indian Wars George Washington participated as an officer of  Virginian colonial troops, although he was occasionally given nominal command over small units of British regulars. The French and British had both claimed sovereignty over the confluence of … Continue reading

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