Archibald Baxter’s We Will Not Cease was a memoir of his experience of the war in its entirety that has had many published editions and been critically acclaimed for his portrayal of the horrific treatment he received as a conscientious objector. 536 more words
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It was a month ago: I was in Apulia, in Santa Maria di Leuca, for the commemoration of the 100 years of the sinking of… 270 more words
Ottawa Citizen, 18 March 1867, page 2.
Montreal, 18th – The celebration of St Patrick’s Day so far has passed by quietly. The turn-out has not been so large as in former years, the coldness of the weather probably deterring many from paying their tribute to the memory of their patron Saint. 167 more words
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MARGRATEN, Netherlands — They haven’t forgotten. For 70 years, the Dutch have come to a verdant U.S. cemetery outside this small village to care for the graves of Americans killed in World War II.