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1946: The Making of the Modern World (2015)

A previous post is entitled: Richard J. Evans’s Nazi Germany trilogy along with a subsequent 2015 text is strongly evidence-based I have been reading widely about the years from the 1920s into the postwar years, by way of making connections with my father’s 1936 Berlin Olympics photo album; pondering his photos has prompted me to […]


Life at the Long Branch Army Camp, long, long ago! – Garry Burke shares additional comments

A previous post is entitled: Ted Long shares photos from the Long Branch army camp in the 1950s; with comments from Ted Long & Garry Burke I am pleased to share with you an additional comment (Jan. 31, 2017) from Garry Burke: [Ted Long has established that he is indeed the “Teddy” Long that Garry […]


How do I reach an audience?

A previous post is entitled: What makes a good story? The following links address a related question, namely: How do you reach an audience? Harvard Business Review counsels readers on how to get attention A Jan. 6, 2017 Harvard Business Review article is entitled: “What You Need to Stand Out in a Noisy World.” The […]


Chapter 3: The War

This is Chapter 3 in Graeme’s Decarie’s Autobiography Stories, which he is writing for his children. Click here for previous posts regarding Autobiography Stories – Graeme Decarie > The War “Mrs. Danielson, what’s war?” It was September of 1939, and I’d heard the grown-ups and the man on the radio talking about this thing called […]


Additional comment from Donald McMaster (MCHS 1967) regarding memories of teachers from the 1960s

In a previous post, I’ve had the opportunity to share some great reflections about Malcolm Campbell High School from Donald McMaster (MCHS 1967): Donald McMaster graduated from MCHS in 1967 and went on to study Electrical Engineering Donald has recently sent me an email, on receiving the DVD of the MCHS yearbooks (1961-62 to 1973-74) […]