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Archive of posts published in the tag: first world war

Change in sight?

The thought of a popular revolution in the twenty-first century evokes images of carnage and…

A collection of war poems; a collection of thoughts

Grass, by Carl Sandburg Pile the bodies high at Austerlitz and Waterloo. Shovel them under…

A taste of French culture

Music: Christophe Maé An acoustic singer-songwriter from Vaucluse, Christophe Maé’s songs are stained with heartbreak but stitched together…

Private Peaceful – Michael Morpurgo

This book was given to me by my Year Five teacher on the day I…