This past weekend was Remembrance Sunday. But it was also the 75th anniversary of the night of organised violence which saw 30,000 Jews sent to concentration camps.
Posts Tagged: Second World War
John Moseley also had a treat for me in the form of two poems written by Philip A. Nicholson, a fellow British airman but also a little-known war poet.
In Whitehall, not far from the Cenotaph, stands the National Monument to the Women of World War II. Echoing the… Read more »
When the Germans realised that they were losing the Second World War, a dark joke was whispered in quiet corners:… Read more »
David Henderson, of the Hoover Institution has a history lesson for us. It concerns the Second World War and its… Read more »
Between 1939 and 1944, over two million children were evacuated from British towns and cities. But “rather than being placed… Read more »