Posts You May Have Missed: Winter 2016

Blog posts you may have missed in winter 2016

Posts You May Have Missed: Winter 2016

Melina Druga
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Here are some great posts you may have missed that were written in winter 2016:

Farewell, Downton

The Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918

Courtship and Marriage During World War One

Notable People From World War One: Mata Hari

World War One Trench Art

The Russian Revolution of 1917

The Battle of Mount Sorrel

Requirements to Fight in World War One

Shell Shock Afflicted Healthy Men

Tanks: A New Weapon of War

Austria-Hungary: The Lesser Known Central Power

Canadian-American Relations in the 1910s

Federal Election of 1911: A Question Over the Nation’s Future

Treaty of Versailles Solved One Problem, Caused More

The League of Nations: Hope for Peace

World War One Poets and Writers: Ernest Hemingway

The Battle of St. Eloi

Edith Wharton Writing About Love, Hypocrisy and the Gilded Age

Fenian Raids: Patriots Invade Canada

Conscription Crisis of 1917

The True Stories of World War One Nurses

Canadian Army Nursing Service

Nursing school in the 1910s

Canadian Army Medical Corps

Royal Victoria Hospital

The Soldier’s Disease

Toronto Normal School

Victorian Language of Flowers

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in the Early 20th Century

The Battle of the Somme

Notable People From World War One: Arthur Currie

Home Decorating 101

Murder of a President and Dr. Lister

Vacationing in the Early 20th Century

Swimming in the 1900s

Music to My Ears

Practical Yet Beautiful: Sewing in the Early 20th Century

Women and Friendship Over Time

Princess Patricia’s Battalion

Medical Care on the Front Line

World War One Poets and Writers: Siegfried Sassoon

Victorian Freak Shows

Merits of Penmanship

The Battle of Vimy Ridge

The Iconic Gibson Girl

The Age of the New Woman

Trial of the Century

Freak Show Act to Gentleman

Causes of World War One — Part One — Alliances

Causes of World War One — Part Two — Nationalism

Causes of World War One — Part Three — Militarism

Causes of World War One — Part Four — Regional Conflicts

Causes of World War One — Part Five — Assassination

The Merits of a Classical Education

The Battle of Hill 70

Sit Down to Dinner in 1910

Notable People From World War One: Vera Brittain

History of Easter Traditions

The Man Behind PBS’s Mr. Selfridge

Khaki University

World War One Poets and Writers: Mary Borden

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Updated: 2 July 2018

Most kids have an active imagination. My imagination has stayed strong into adulthood, and I’ve funneled that creativity into a successful writing career. I write history, both fiction and nonfiction, because although your school history classes may have been boring, the past is not. My goal is to bring the past to life in all its myriad of colors.
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