Stage 1: 400 Headwords One-Way Ticket - Short Stories by Jennifer Bassett, Tricia Hedge Oxford Bookworms Library

By Jennifer Bassett, Tricia Hedge Oxford Bookworms Library

Tom Walsh had much to benefit approximately existence. He cherished vacationing, and he used to be in no hurry. He beloved assembly humans, somebody and everybody. He loved the 2 American women at the teach. They have been great and extremely pleasant. They knew loads of areas. Tom inspiration they have been enjoyable. Tom definitely had much to benefit approximately lifestyles. it is a selection of brief tales approximately adventures on trains. unusual, outstanding, and scary issues can ensue on trains - and them all occur the following.

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Cannadine, ‘War and grief’, p. 207. Geoffrey Moorhouse, Hell’s Foundations (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1992), pp. 10–11, 12, 79, 93, 104–5, 124ff. Cannadine, ‘War and grief’, p. 231; Jay Winter, Sites of Memory, Sites of Mourning: The Great War in European Cultural History (Cambridge: Canto, 1998), pp. 27–8. William Kidd, ‘Memory, memorials and commemoration of war in Lorraine, 1908–1998’, in M. Evans and K. Lunn (eds), War and Memory in the Twentieth Century (Oxford: Berg, 1997), pp. 143–59. Adrian Gregory, The Silence of Memory: Armistice Day 1919–1946 (Oxford: Berg, 1994), pp.

M. on 11 November – the day of the 1918 Armistice, and the eleventh day of the eleventh month – 16 Commemorations originated in South Africa but was a great success in the mother country when it was first observed in 1919. Cities became awesomely quiet as bells, sirens or maroons or, as in Edinburgh, artillery, sounded. ’12 For this first anniversary of the Armistice, Lutyens had designed a cenotaph (‘empty tomb’) of plaster and wood. This extremely simple, plain, massive form, tapered gently by stages towards the top, was much applauded.

In 1914–18, this regiment lost over 10,000 dead, as did the Royal Scots and the Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment). Such statistics dissolve the Valhalla of the kilted soldier in flames and ruin. Meditation on Memorials 21 But the Empire endures. The curious visitor may already have noted that the very small equestrian statue of Earl Haig in the Castle Esplanade was presented ‘in admiration’ by Sir Dunjibhoy Bomanzi of Bombay. The inner side of the tall arch which gives entry from the Hall of Honour to the Shrine is encircled by the Tree of Empire which supports upon its branches the coats of arms of the Dominions and of India, and the Royal Arms of Scotland.

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