Book Review – Luck of the Draw: My Story of the Air War in Europe

Book Review – Luck of the Draw: My Story of the Air War in Europe

Luck of the Draw – Throughout the Second World War, every branch of the Allied armed forces – whether they be on land, air or sea – faced their share of dangers in combat throughout their six-year bloody quest to stop the Axis Powers of Nazi Germany, Japan and Italy from aggressively conquering the world….

Book review – Like A Rolling Stone By Jann S. Wenner
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Book review – Like A Rolling Stone By Jann S. Wenner

Like A Rolling Stone – It was 55 years ago that a San Francisco-based newspaper publication called Rolling Stone debuted on news stands to be the paper of record for the nascent rock music world. The person who was its creator, editor and guiding force of its evolution from rock music paper to vanguard of…

Falling by T.J. Newman

Falling by T.J. Newman

Falling – Somehow, airliners filled from end to end with passengers of all sorts, which are airborne and are about to face a serious situation that could end up catastrophic makes for best-selling books and hit movies. Look at Arthur Hailey’s Flight into Danger or Airport, Ernest K. Gann’s The High and the Mighty, Passenger…

History Through Our Eyes by Edie Austin and Lucinda Chodan

History Through Our Eyes by Edie Austin and Lucinda Chodan

Newspapers are so much more than a means of providing the news of the day. Through the diligent, dedicated work of its reporters and photographers, newspapers also provide an oral and photographic record of history taking place for posterity. Future generations of journalists, researchers and authors could rely on finding historical perspective through a newspaper’s…