The Past Is A Foreign Country Revisited

Author: David Lowenthal
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521851424
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We knew it was a nonsensical confection of invented past. We knew its tale of
happy, cap-doffing plebs, slimy middle classes and angelic toffs ... was a Henry
VIII duvet cover of a programme ... Americans, however not only believe that
England was just like that in 1916, they think it's like that now.11 Once the solace
or menace of the few, nostalgia now. 6 Ben Macintyre, '007's latest mission:
restoring Britain's pride', Times, 2 Nov. 2012: 35. 7 Richard Stenhouse, ed., Live It
Again: 1942 ...

Bartlett S Familiar Quotations

Author: John Bartlett
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 031625018X
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It's Autumn in New York, It's good to live it again. Autumn in New York [1935] Lou
Gehrig 1903–1941 For the past two weeks, you've been reading ... I Irène
Némirovsky 1903–1942 Important events—whether serious, happy or
unfortunate—do not change a man's soul, they merely bring it into relief, just as a
strong gust of wind reveals the true shape of a tree when it blows off all its leaves.
Such events highlight what is hidden in the shadows; they nudge the spirit
towards a place where ...

The American Home Front 1941 1942

Author: Alistair Cooke
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 9781555848149
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And I thought again of last night's fifteenyearolds, whose forebears must surely
have been offered the first rosemary by English soldiers who introduced it from
their native land as the rarest exotic. In the intervening 179 years, it has had time
to become as common as dandelion, and for 100 miles, from here to Pensacola,
it carpets the dunes and flats. All the way at our side was an incomparable beach,
smooth as sugar, of the finest gypsum sand, sheering off into an aquamarine sea.

Man And Woman War And Peace 1942 1951

Author: Robert William Doty
Publisher: Vantage Pr
ISBN: 9780533143313
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How will the Dotys ever live it down? I've been so tense emotionally the past few
days, I think the gin cokes will do me good. Friday, March 12, 1943 9:30PM
Darling - So today I am a blood donor! I feel very very patriotic and have made an
appointment 10 weeks hence for another donation. Your Tuesday letter my
sweetheart is really the next best thing to having you here beside me. How
beautifully and eloquently you describe our love for each other. What a thrill to
read again those ...

America The Great

Author: Edward Hawkins Sisson
Publisher: Edward Sisson
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Perhaps the Irish people might yet redeem their failure of character in 1942-1945,
by seeing how close their situation was to the situation today of the people of
Taiwan, and even of the Falklands, and of applying the principle that won them
their ... do it again if needed. Will Indians also so prove? It wasn't the people of
India that made the government of Great Britain pledge to “the right of all peoples
to choose the form of government under which they will live” – it was America. But
it was ...

Joseph Benson Foraker An Uncompromising Republican

Author: Everett Walters
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... would have named him and given him money outright to save possible scandal
. An exception for scandal and impertinency, filed by Larz Anderson, executor
and trustee under the will of Nicholas Longworth, was sustained and the
objectionable paragraphs were stricken from the case. Shortly thereafter Storer
and McDougall requested an injunction to. 40 Joseph Graydon to the author, July
16, 1942. 41 Mrs. Matthews to the author, July 18, 1942. "Foraker, I Would Live It
Again, 241.

Last Letters From The Shoah

Author: Zvi Bachrach
Publisher: Devora Publishing
ISBN: 9781930143944
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The distress is initially expressed in phrases like: "In my mind, I'm beginning to
suspect that we will not see each other again". In 1942 the tone is more gloomy: "
Nobody knows how long it will take and we must get more and more used to the
idea that we will not stay alive". In June he writes: "It is slowly, slowly becoming
apparent that we won't see each other again". He describes how the cities and
communities in Prague and Vienna and their surroundings are becoming empty
of Jews ...

Live Life Right Here Right Now

Author: Carole Lewis
Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
ISBN: 0830763651
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When I finally got to the front of the line, I got number 965 and asked the lady how
long she thought it might take to call my number. ... My picture looked better at 70
than the one taken at 60, and I won't have to do it again for another 10 years! ... "a
. — . ...c .. amazon .... mzzmz: . M02I06I1942. 'M-I'w-“ME il_ "gs-OJ nu-F-umlul '
_0Hfl_ )Attitude is everything in life. Whether it's about growing older or just life
when it is difficult, at best our attitude makes all the difference in how life affects ...

Letters To Australia The Radio Broadcasts 1942 72 The 1940s Volume 2

Author: Jonathan Stone
Publisher: Sydney University Press
ISBN: 1743323913
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Saturday, 25 May 1946, Weekly Commentary on Current International Issues,
9.05pm 2FC Time and again we have it drummed into us that the Indian problem
is an insoluble one. And if by 'solution' you mean some brainwave that strikes you
as you are about to drop off to sleep, which shows you the way to make
everybody live safely and happily ever after, it certainly is insoluble, perhaps the
most insoluble in an age of insoluble questions. In this sense, any situation which
is ...

The Counterfoils Of My Years 1942 1971

Author: F. S. Aijazuddin
ISBN: 9789693518375
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F. S. Aijazuddin. conduct with this universally accepted principle, perhaps you
will find that I have not faltered. Your letter indicates that you have not received
that affection from me that you expected. It is again a relative term. The standard
of each child's expectation varies. I have perhaps not ... May be that due to
certain distance that has got to be maintained between the parents and the
children, you have assumed that it is due to lack of affection. ... It is your life and
you have to live it.