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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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Elyria Chronicle Telegram
Monday, November 18, 2013,
Ohio, Elyria
...Oakland. No. 19 Connecticut 77, Boston University 60 DeAndre Daniels scored 24 points to lead host... ...Connecticut to a victory over Boston University Indiana State 83, No. 21 Notre Dame 70 Justin... .... The Chronicle- Telegram SPORTS Monday, November 18, 2013 C3 Cyan C3 magenta C3 yellow C3 black...
Elyria Chronicle Telegram
Friday, November 15, 2013,
Ohio, Elyria
...EVENING November 21, 2013 6: 00 6: 30 7: 00 7: 30... ...College Basketball 2K Sports Classic -- Boston College vs. Connecticut. ( N) ( Live) College Basketball 2K Sports Classic... ...Bret Baier ( N) On the Record W/ Greta Van Susteren The O'Reilly Factor ( N) The... ...( 5: 00) ›››‡ " The Dirty Dozen" ( 1967, War) Lee Marvin. Major turns 12 GI felons into commandos...
Elyria Chronicle Telegram
Wednesday, November 13, 2013,
Ohio, Elyria
...and can tie the school record — belonging to the revered teams of 1967- 69 — of 22... ...senior Katie Mihalik, the school record holder in kills, earned Division I player of the year... ...High School, rewrote the school record book when it comes to kills. She leaves the program...
Elyria Chronicle Telegram
Saturday, November 09, 2013,
Ohio, Elyria
...B5 The Chronicle- Telegram Saturday, November 9, 2013 B5 OPINION ALMANAC DOONESBURY by GARRY TRUDEAU Saturday... ..., November 9, 2013 Today is the 314th day of 2013 and... ...Protestant Reformation; Claude Rains ( 1889- 1967), actor; Richard Burton ( 1925- 1984), actor; Ennio Morricone ( 1928- ), composer...
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Thursday, August 21, 2014

#comrade TROTSKY: brutally assassinated 74 years ago today on August 21, 1940

The following can be found in the TROTSKY ARCHIVE   

Leon Trotsky

The Revolution Betrayed

What is the Soviet Union and Where is it Going?


Written; 1936.
First published: 1937.
Translated. by Max Eastman.
Transcribed for the Internet: by Zodiac between August 1993 and March 1996.

Kindle version of the The Revolution Betrayed

INTRODUCTION: The Purpose of the Present Work


Tuesday, August 19, 2014


The Norwich & Worcester Railroad was opened in 1840 and this station was their terminus in the city. In addition it was the terminus of the Boston & Worcester and the Worcester, Nashua and Portland. The Great Western Railroad built a station off Shrewsbury St. subsequently, and that station was replaced by Union Depot in 1876 and current Union Station in 1911.

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Monday, August 11, 2014

Aeneid: We were Trojans


`Quo res summa, loco, Panthu?  Quam prendimus arcem?'
Vix ea fatus eram, gemitu cum talia reddit:
`Venit summa dies et ineluctabile tempus
Dardaniae:  fuimus Troes, fuit Ilium et ingens
gloria Teucrorum; ferus omnia Iuppiter Argos
transtulit; incensa Danai dominantur in urbe.
Arduus armatos mediis in moenibus adstans
fundit equus, victorque Sinon incendia miscet
insultans; portis alii bipatentibus adsunt,
milia quot magnis umquam venere Mycenis;
obsedere alii telis angusta viarum
oppositi; stat ferri acies mucrone corusco
stricta, parata neci; vix primi proelia temptant
portarum vigiles, et caeco Marte resistunt.'

 there was Panthus,who'd come unscathed through the Greek barrage. He was a son of Othrys, priest of Apollo's temple on the citadel. He was holding his holy emblems of office, and was hanging on to the images of his defeated gods and dragging his young grandson along as he rushed in panic for the gates.
"Where is the action? Which strongpoint are we making our stand on?"
I'd hardly got the words out when he came back at me:
"It's here - the final hour - Troy's time is up. As Trojans we no longer exist : Troy is history; so too is all the might and glory of the Trojan race. Jupiter, in cold blood, has gone over to the Greeks. Our city is in flames, and the Danaans are triumphant. The towering Horse bestrides the walls disgorging warriors, and Sinon fans the flames revelling in his victory. Others are massing where the gates stand open - all the countless thousands who came from mighty Mycene; others - weapons at the ready - have blocked the narrow alleys. A ring of steel waits poised for the kill, swords glinting. The front line of sentries is just holding out - but they are fighting blind."

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Friday, August 8, 2014

WWI 100th Anniversary

On Tuesday, July 29, 2014 11:30 AM, <> wrote:

100th Anniversary of the start of WWI

Always Remember and Never Forget

From the vantage point of history, there is consensus: the Great War changed everything. World War I resulted in more than 37 million casualties. Empires were lost. An era of new roles for women and civic rights swept the globe. National boundaries were reshaped. Economies were devastated. The world was never the same.
And now, we commemorate 100 years since the Great War started. None of us are untouched by the changes that touch everyone.
The United States entered World War I in April of 1917 and more than 4 million Americans served their country around the world. Their courage, honor, sacrifice and valiant efforts led to the end of the world's first global conflict just 20 months later on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month (Nov. 11, 1918).
Yet, their bravery remains largely unrecognized.
We are pleased today to announce a new partnership with the National World War I Museum. This new partnership will help the nation always remember and never forget.
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  • The National World War I Museum is making a historical collection of unique and identified images available on Fold3. View this unique collection here.
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  • Help others discover the story. Over the next four years, the National World War I Museum will educate 1,000,000 students about the Great War and its enduring impact during the Centennial. Remembrance begins with discovering. You can help the Museum reach students across the country. Your charitable gift ensures that children will never forget the heroic Americans who brought an end to World War I. We invite you to join with us and the National World War I Museum in reaching 1,000,000 students across the country. Start by clicking here.
Family stories eventually become our nation's stories. Through this project, we can remember the forgotten stories, which show us how we became who we are today. Be a part of honoring those who served in the war that forever changed the world. Help create remembrance you'll never forget.

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The Burning of Washington

On Saturday, August 2, 2014 12:32 PM, <> wrote:

How much do you know about burning of Washington, D.C.?

The Burning of Washington: August 24, 1814

This August 24 and 25 mark the 200th anniversary of the British burning of Washington DC during the War of 1812.
Save 25% on All-Access Membership Limited time.Prior to the burning, 4,500 British soldiers went up against 5,000 Americans (mostly militiamen) in a battle at Bladensburg, Maryland, just 4 miles northeast of Washington. Though the Americans had the advantage of numbers and artillery, the untried and poorly led militiamen didn't stand much of a chance against the better trained and disciplined British soldiers. Three hours of battle had the Americans fleeing...Continue Reading

150th Anniversary (1864–2014) This Month in the Civil War: Battle of Mobile Bay

Civil War Collection 150th Anniversary
On August 5, 1864, Union admiral David Farragut led his ships into Mobile Bay, Alabama, to battle the Confederates for control of the last major port for Confederate blockade runners.
Farragut's force consisted of 14 wooden ships and 4 ironclad, while Mobile Bay was protected by only 3 gunboats and 1 ironclad, the Tennessee. However, the bay also had 3 forts and a field of floating mines (called torpedoes) for protection.
Farragut began his attack on the morning of the 5th... Continue Reading
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