By Ahmet Abdulaziz…. The problem with human memory is that there are certain events which we do not forget, throughout our whole lives. We remember that particular event, but at times forget the names of the main character of the event.
By Ahmet Abdulaziz…. The Second World War had officially ended on 8th May 1945. On this day the Allies had officially accepted the surrender of Germany, after the suicide of Adolf Hitler. This day is the Victory Day, as announced by Churchill, for Europe. A terrible chapter in […]
By Ahmet Abdulaziz …. I wonder if throughout the history of mankind, wars (small or large) ever stopped. I am not sure, there might be some periods when peace would be ruling the whole world, but what I am sure of is that such instances must be rare.
Travellers Tales Vietnam Trip May 2014 Part 2 Intro by Ralph Kratzer, Article by Mike Maternaghan In my post some days ago, I wrote about a trip to Vietnam, organized and accomplished by Mike Maternaghan, board member of the British Residents Society (BRS) and also member of the The Foreign […]