Monthly Archives: November 2010

Heroes, Thanksgiving, Ageism

Wow, how does this title fit here? As I type this in front of a fire, (a gas fire though) I was thinking of the fireside chats that my parents would talk about, and I would hear on television. ,There … Continue reading

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War Rationing Ends

On 23 November 1945 the end of most rationing of food occurred. During our lifetime, we have not had much in the way of rationing of food stuffs, though we have had our share of gasoline rationing. Today it seems … Continue reading

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Nuremberg Trials Start – Nov. 20, 1945 – 65 Years Ago

Though I mentioned this in a previous post, today is the 65th anniversary of the start of the Nuremberg Trials. 24 Nazi leaders were tried by an international war tribunal. The United State, France, Great Britain and the Soviet Union … Continue reading

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21st Anniversary of the Berlin Wall Takedown!

This day in November 1989 is the historic day that brings in the New World from the Old World. 44 Years of captivity behind this wall has finally ended, along with the end of the Cold War. Stores now can … Continue reading

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