Below is a piece of creative writing composed in respectful memory of all those who did not live to see the liberation of the Nazi death camps, and all those who are still… Continue reading
Originally posted on John Knifton:
My grandfather had a very eventful journey through the First World War. He joined the Canadian Army on June 12th 1916, and fought at Vimy Ridge, Passchaendale and…
Hit U.S. series Vikings is set to take Britain by storm. Full of gritty realism, breath-taking brutality, and historical accuracy, this gripping drama is one you will never forget. Vikings is History channel’s… Continue reading
The much celebrated British designer, Norman Hartnell, has been synonymous with elegance and glamour since the 1930s. As the royal dressmaker to the Queen, he was naturally the first choice to design H.… Continue reading
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been preparing a new book for publication on behalf of my Dad. John Knifton has been editing a commemorative volume as part of the celebrations of… Continue reading
Today is the 70th anniversary of the execution of Sophie Scholl, a German university student who was convicted of high treason in 1943. Sophie and her brother, Hans, were members of the non-violent resistance… Continue reading
Taken from G. D. Falksen.