Royal History ╽Princess Elizabeth’s Last Letter To Her Brother King Edward VI

The future Queen Elizabeth writes one last letter to her younger brother, King Edward VI before his death saying “I intend not to fear your graces goodwill, which as I know never disarmed, so I trust you will stand by me…Thus as one desirous to hear of your majesties health, though unfortunate to see it, I shall pray to god for him to preserve you.”

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Book Review | Of Windmills And War By Diane Moody – Book One Of The WWII Trilogy

He is an all American boy from Chicago whose destiny brought him to the life of a B-17 pilot in the U.S. 8th Air Force. She is a girl determined to fight with the resistance in occupied Holland and has nothing to lose. In times of peace they had once been pen pals. Will they ever manage to find each other? After all, It was WWII and everything changed.

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WWI Eyewitness Account ╽Inside The American Ambulance Service 1914

In the summer of 1914, The U.S implemented a volunteer ambulance service in France at the beginning of WWI. The goal was to assist those injured outside of Paris in an American hospital. German troops had been storming France all summer long and those being wounded on the front lines needed transportation to receive medical care.

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