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All Measures Necessary (Part III of III)

All Measures Necessary Part III   A Cry From The Past                                                                                      The war in Part I was a world war. Categorised, as it seemed that, all of the countries in the world were at war, which was not the case. Just like today, many countries were little affected and just got on with […]
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All Measures Necessary (Part II of III)

All Measures Necessary Part II   IN BETWEEN THE WARS   The influenza pandemic of 1918 has been identified as having been an avian or and a ‘swine like’ flu virus. Combination of both swine and human strains of influenza is also suggested. The influenza category, H1N1, was identified  by the world’s leading experts, Dr. Taubenberger, and Dr. […]
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BATTLE Of The PIERS

At 2.30 PM, Sunday, September 7, 1845, a large public meeting was convened at Kingstown [Note 1.], on the property of builder, James Nugent. The topic was Repeal of the Union, and a large crowd with a number of celebrated speakers attended. Among them was the colourful emancipationist, Thomas Steele, who stirred the crowd with […]
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The Legend of the Ouzel Galley – A Fresh Look

The story of the ‘Ouzel Galley’ is already out there – but is it one we can believe? Our tale will be a collection of the facts. It won’t rely on any novels or on the ramblings of members of a secret society, and will not claim to be the last word on the matter. […]