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HIROSHIMA by John Hersey

On August 6, 1945 , Hiroshima, Japan was destroyed by the first direct hit of an atomic bomb on a city.  Hersey tells what happened that day. “Told through the memories of survivors, this timeless, powerful and compassionate document, has … Continue reading

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New Facts on the Sinking of the Titanic

Very interesting  even if  it is half true!  Power and money seem always to be the route of all evil!

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Hackshaw Ridge. . . . . A Film

Medic, Desmond Doss, running into the battle without a gun, only his medic supplies ,to try to save lives. This film has some of the bloodiest and authentic battlefield scenes since “Saving Private Ryan”  and actually is reminiscent of the … Continue reading

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Fatehpur Sikri

After our day at the Taj being inspired by love, beauty, vision, and craftsmanship, we couldn’t leave the area without a visit to  Fatehpur Sikri.  It is an Unesco Historic Site.  It was built by Emperor Akbar in 1571 in … Continue reading

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D-Day Conneaut 2016

The fight for La Fiere Bridge near St. Mere Eglise, France We arrived at the park in Conneaut  before 9 AM when the raising of the flag signaled the  Saturday reenactments of D-Day for the 72nd anniversary remembrance.   Thirty … Continue reading

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Longwood, An Unfinished Dream

An Oriental Villa for Natchez Longwood was designed by Philadelphia architect Samuel Sloan for Haller and Julia Nutt, Mississippi natives and members of Natchez’s cotton  planter elite. Construction of the grand, octagonal edifice began in 1860 but was halted in … Continue reading

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Ancient Roma, video simulation

                                                   www.visioninconsciousness.org Rome, the Eternal City. The home where ancient Romans believed that no matter the … Continue reading

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