Partition Journeys – a muslim School Girl’s StoryPartition Journeys – a muslim School Girl’s Story
Pakistani woman holds photograph dated 1936, showing her father (seated, first left) with his colleagues in the British Army in India. The woman now lives in Bradford. This is her story. Tim Smith
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The ethos of the royal marines the precise application of willThe ethos of the royal marines the precise application of will
Commandant of the Commando Training Centre, in December 2003. He intended it to be an independent and external report designed to assist the Royal Marines to articulate their ethos more fully
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Other New York Grand Lodge OfficersOther New York Grand Lodge Officers
Most of the ‘first six’ Grand Lodge Officers, listed in the Proceedings went on to serve as Grand Master and their biographical sketches are therefore portrayed in the companion book (335 pages +), “Grand Master of the State of New York.”
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Society for Theatre Research Survey: Theatre and Oral History a survey by Dr Susan Croft Lists of interviewees suppliedSociety for Theatre Research Survey: Theatre and Oral History a survey by Dr Susan Croft Lists of interviewees supplied
Nb these are given in the format and with the amount of detail supplied by the individual projects direct to me or on web sites/ web catalogues and are not standardised
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This man spearheaded the Poor People\This man spearheaded the Poor People's Campaign, and, two years previously, this first president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference was asked to
Bloody Sunday.” This author of a "Letter from (*) Birmingham Jail" led a March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom five years before his assassination by James Earl Ray
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Bibliography Patsy Adam-SmithBibliography Patsy Adam-Smith
Paul Addison and Angus Calder (eds), Time to Kill: The Soldiers Experience of War in the West, 1939-45
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Baloo\Baloo's bugle volume 21, Number 6
Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men's blood and probably themselves will not be realized
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Interesting Stories AssociatedInteresting Stories Associated
Short essays about people and events related to the history of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse
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Partition Journeys – a hindu Refugee’s StoryPartition Journeys – a hindu Refugee’s Story
It took us 12 hours to reach Lahore and when we got there, people were being massacred left right and centre at the Lahore Railway Station. Our driver was also a Hindu but he refused to go further until we were certain we were safe
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Finding an Irish Voice: Reflections upon Celtic Consumer Society and Social ChangeFinding an Irish Voice: Reflections upon Celtic Consumer Society and Social Change
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From Mu To Thule And the Inner EarthFrom Mu To Thule And the Inner Earth
James Churchward, Percy H. Fawcett, and Heinrich Schliemann, and mystic-explorers like Nicholas Roerich and Theodore Illion. Theosophists and philosophers like Helena Blavatsky, W
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Below the Written Tip of Translation: Cross-medial Interaction in MalayBelow the Written Tip of Translation: Cross-medial Interaction in Malay
Paris had been funded by the French government. The original article, in English, I translated or perhaps better “transculturated” into Malay/Indonesian seven years ago. The English version had received the touch of a copy editor, Ms
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Brooks on Books African in alphabetical order by the title’s first letterBrooks on Books African in alphabetical order by the title’s first letter
Salgado is a man of righteousness, and his photographs have a dignity we would all like to imbue into our work. Salgado’s works almost always have “social content.” The photographer is Brazilian, the writer Mozambiquan
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World War One memorials in the City of Melbourne by Dr Michael CathcartWorld War One memorials in the City of Melbourne by Dr Michael Cathcart
European conflict. Some expected a glorious adventure – a noble battle against a demonic foe. Others enlisted because the ‘King’s shilling’ was too shiny a coin to resist. And some went, sick with fear
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Sound and Touch March 2017Sound and Touch March 2017
Produced 2017 by Accessible Format Production, Blind Foundation, Auckland, New Zealand
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