Day 7: Hook ’em with a quote

– Dietrich Bonhoeffer a German priest and resistant during Hitler’s regime. He could have stayed in U.S.A. during the war where he was teaching, but he felt he had to go back and be among those who fought against Hitler. The last two years before the war ended he was in prison  and in 9 of April 1945 he was hanged  39 years old […]

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A story in a single image

Today’s assignment is to make a story from one picture given my our Word Press writing course staff. In Denmark most of our Jewish population of 7000 was saved from the Nazi persecution. All took place in a few days in October 1943, coincident with the Jewish holy festival Rosh Hashanah. You can read more about it here from this link. Eighty […]

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The Blitz & the Children

I am deeply fascinated about how people solved the problem of saving their children during war-time. I have written some posts on that issue. I am using a new photo App called Mesh, recommended by the WordPress staff. Helping Children in Hard Times Children Evacuated During the Second World War in England A good HomePage on this

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A Summer Evening in Copenhagen

I reach out and take part in this blogging Event called “Wheresmybackpack“? I like to travel and to find motives worth remembering. This weekend I was in Copenhagen, the Capital of Denmark. We have a lot of old and new buildings to be “put in order and kept” in a blog post.   Kastellet is an old military citadel still […]

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