Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Cursed German, born 11th November 1918 (parts 1 and 2)

(1) 1918: defeated now Born a cursed German boy Soon a warrior. (2) Born a warrior Vengeance is my mission Patriot killer (Chris) Advertisements

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Book Review Vitriol

This is, “toxically inaccurate drivel… I wish that was the only time that the staggering arrogance of Patterson’s ignorance made itself known in this volume. But alas…” Marisa Lingen reviews William H Patterson’s Robert A Heinlein: in dialogue with this … Continue reading

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The £50 Adventure: Chapter 4

We finally ‘went live’ in April 2003, but we were still negotiating the MMA (Modular Management Agreement) and it would be a further 2 years later before this was finally signed off. I thought we were continuing to cope with … Continue reading

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Winston Churchill, Victorian Warrior and Author at the battle of Omdurman, 1898

“…on the other side bullets were shearing through flesh, smashing and splintering bone; blood spouted through terrible wounds; valient men were struggling on through a hell of whistling metal, exploding shells and spurting dust- suffering, despairing, dying.” Winston Churchill The … Continue reading

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My Regression Story: 1

Many years ago I became interested in all sorts of weird stuff. I had tried spiritualism and séances and was impressed by a TV programme on hypnosis and people regressing to a previous life. Well, that very night I decided that … Continue reading

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The Battle of Omdurman, 2nd September 1898

“…the sacred Black banner of the Khalifa floated high and remarkable.” (Winston S. Churchill*) European countries had very sophisticated armies, war industries and logistical understanding of warfare: war was a profession for Europeans. European wars were intensely competitive as witnessed by … Continue reading

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