we will remember them.
Obligatory reminder that 30 July you can get half price cheesecake at the Cheesecake Factory in honor of Neville Longbottom’s Birthday (and National Cheesecake Day…)
The world of Yesterday, Helmut Ripperger and B. W. Buebsch, trans., 1943
Then and Now : Three Newspaper headlines week of 28 July 1914 and the 2014 headline for the same paper
let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.
When God finished the creation, he rested in Waterton National Park and has blessed Alberta ever since.
I have finally found people who remember the Great War (cenotaph!!centotaphs everywhere!!!)
All American candy is rubbish. See skittles, coffee crisps, and wine gums for details. Also Saskatoon pie????! I can die happy
It should be a provincial offense to run out of poutine. Twice.
Dementors are trapped in the walls of US customs. Two seconds in line and I missed my Canada.
Time to start watching Molsons commercials and planning the next exodus north…
German infantry advance during the initial push of August, 1914. The German war plan hoped for a knock out punch through Belgium, bypassing the direct route into France. The exacting timetables of the invasion plan soon met the realities of war, first with the stout Belgian resistance, and then the fighting retreat of the British following their delaying action at Mons. The German attack would be stopped at the Marne in early September, and further combat would stagnate into trench warfare, with the opposing lines extending out to the sea in a futile attempt to turn the flank.
|Alexander Hamilton:||*gets off horse* *draws sword* "We are betrayed, Your Excellency! The army are betrayed! The moment has arrived when every true friend of America and her cause must be ready to die in their defense!"|
|George Washington:||"Colonel Hamilton, get back on your horse."|