World War I

The change to the bull’s prisoner of war status made General von Bock very angry. He sent his German Shepherd dog to kill the bull. (Image:  pixabay /  CC0 1.0)

An Awesome Bull (Part 2)

The change to the bull’s prisoner of war status made General von Bock very angry. He sent his German Shepherd dog to kill the bull. When the dog saw the bull, he became very aggressive and attacked the bull ferociously.…

When the German garrison commander, Major Krupp, took office, he received an order from General Liszt, the chief of the group’s chief of staff, to kill a bull named Knight. (Image:  pixabay /  CC0 1.0)

An Awesome Bull (Part 1)

In 1940, the Germans invaded Belgium and quickly occupied much of the country. When the German garrison commander, Major Krupp, took office, he received an order from General von Bock, the chief of Army Group B, to kill a bull…

The Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne on Anzac Day. (Image: Trisha Haddock)

ANZAC Day in Melbourne

April 25 is ANZAC Day in Australia. ANZAC stands for Australia New Zealand Army Corps. War was declared between England and Germany on August 4, 1914. When World War I started, Australia promised 20,000 men to aid England. At the time,…

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An Awesome Bull (Part 2)

The change to the bull’s prisoner of war status made General von Bock very angry. He sent his German Shepherd dog to kill the bull. When the dog saw the…

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An Awesome Bull (Part 1)

In 1940, the Germans invaded Belgium and quickly occupied much of the country. When the German garrison commander, Major Krupp, took office, he received an order from General von Bock,…

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ANZAC Day in Melbourne

April 25 is ANZAC Day in Australia. ANZAC stands for Australia New Zealand Army Corps. War was declared between England and Germany on August 4, 1914. When World War I started,…

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Book Review: Miss Lily’s Lovely Ladies

Miss Lily’s Lovely Ladies is a story based on true historical facts from 1902 to the end of  World War I in 1918. The author, Jackie French, felt inspired to…