Posts You May Have Missed — Spring 2016

Blog posts you may have missed spring 2016

Posts You May Have Missed — Spring 2016

Here are some great posts you may have missed that were written in spring 2016:

Automobile: From Obscure Invention to War Tool

The Armenian Genocide

Victorian and Edwardian Insane Asylums

Race to the Sea

Kinmel Park Riots

Building a Home in 1910

The Battle of Passchendaele

Victorian and Edwardian Orphans

Titanic: The Halifax Connection

The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906

The Battle of Oppy Wood

The Inspiration Behind an Angel’s Hometown

World War One Poets and Writers:  Erich Maria Remarque

Causes of Death: Pneumonia

Victorian Architecture

A Family Church: St. Andrew’s

Notable People from World War One:  Gabrielle Petit

The Origins of Angel Surnames

Causes of Death: Diphtheria

Boer War Veterans Fought in World War One

The Battle of Amiens

The Sinking of the Lusitania

The History of Mother’s Day

Bathroom and Kitchen Tech

World War One Poets and Writers:  Robert Graves

Blood Transfusions Saved Lives

Surgery During World War One

Notable People from World War One: Violet Jessop

The Battle of Canal du Nord

Causes of Death: Typhoid

Treating Bone Fractures in the Early 20th Century

Journalism at the Turn of the 20th Century

History of Burn Treatments

Causes of Death: Cholera

Notable People from World War One: T.E. Lawrence

The Capture of Mons

Causes of Death: Tuberculosis

The End is Near

World War One Casualty Rates

The New Enterprising Women is Here

History of Father’s Day

Travel to Summer in the 1900s

The Tale of HMHS Llandovery Castle

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Updated: 2 July 2018
Melina Druga
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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