Author: George Winston

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Articles by George Winston:

Trench

The front line did not even seem to move, while millions of soldiers were dying in trenches in horrible conditions, no mattered whether they were…

D-Day

June 6, 1944, also known as D-Day, meant  ‘the beginning of the end’ of the Second World War and it was the biggest seaborne invasion…

WWI

The new statistics show that not even half of the British people know that America was also part of the First World War and less…

Dutch Resistance

Jules Weyers can say he lived two lives: one on the front line, struggling to survive and return home safely and another, following the end…

World War

According to a new survey, people, who spend their early life surrounded by the chaos of the World War Two are more likely to suffer…

WW2 Mystery

Chris Ward, author of Bomber Command, is calling on the Guardian readers who might have information regarding the death of the man, or who could…

A professor from Salem State University insists that the 100 years old conflict might soon become forgotten. Chris Mauriello, a history professor, is taking his…

Forgotten Letter

The forgotten letter, signed “Your Blue Jacket Boy,” was dated 1916, and was found behind a fireplace in Kirkwall, Orkney. It was addressed to the…

Tomiichi Murayama, Japan’s former Prime Minister said this week that Japanese leader Shinzo Abe must honor the Murayama Statement and asked him to admit on…

Lee Miller

Her entire life was an adventure, since she was the only female photographer allowed on the front line in Europe, during World War Two and…

Lobotomized

His story and that of other 2,000 other Second World War veterans who suffered from mental problems and who received the procedure following the end…

The initial plans included schoolchildren visiting battlefields, communities working on restoring monuments and the nation remembering a war that lasted four years and killed more…