Author: Geoff Moore

Website: http://www.thetraveltrunk.net

Articles by Geoff Moore:

Fort Wellington on the St Lawrence river at Prescott in Canada is the best preserved, British Military Fort of the 1812 War with the United…

Taking the 417 Trans Canada Highway northwest from Ottawa for around 22 kilometres after a few more turns at Kanata take Carp Road and you…

They perished instantly, having been deprived of oxygen as their lungs filled with blood. If they’d survived, the shock to the brain could have caused…

Located on a man-made (or rather slave-made) island at a key position in Charleston harbor is Fort Sumter. On April 13, 1861, a bombardment of…

A museum on the South Coast of England has just unveiled set of 6 statues to commemorate D Day in 1944. The ceremony was held…

Travelling to Cambodia with its amazing 11th-century temple complexes of Angkor Wat it is pretty well impossible not to take into account too the horrors…

It may be camouflaged but still its hard not to miss the distinctive shape of a World War II Royal Navy cruiser in the middle…

The Brecon Beacons on a hot, bright summer’s day provides one of the most fantastic views in Britain. However on a dark rainy night in…

By Geoff Moore: www.thetraveltrunk.net Zeroing in on central Wiltshire, England for a weekend escape to the country has opened my eyes to a time in history that…

A dark wooden chair, a red case and a faded cigar help to tell the story of a crucial time for Great Britain and the…

Deep in a Nazi-occupied part of Yugoslavia (now Slovenia) an enterprising group of Partisans set up an amazing hospital to treat its injured fighters who…

By Geoff Moore: www.thetraveltrunk.net Zeroing in on central Wiltshire, England for a weekend escape to the country has opened my eyes to a time in history that…