Do you want a postcard from an exotic location?
- The sun sets over Târgu Mureș in Romania
- A Poem for the Forest
- A Birdhouse for Vultures
- Art in Montenegro
- Why does the rest of the world not know about Târgu Mureș? It’s a conspiracy!
- The Transformers of Podgorica
- When the underworld came knocking
- A colorful birdhouse
- “Why We Lost” by Daniel Bolger
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Category Archives: Holocaust
Today, Germany celebrates the 25th anniversary of the reunification of East and West Germany on 3 October 1990. The history buffs among you will know that the Berlin Wall fell almost a year earlier, on 9 November 1989. So why … Continue reading
Venice has the dubious distinction of being home to the world’s original ghetto, the area where in 1516 all the city’s Jews were ordered to move to. This came on top of other economic and social restraints, although the oppression was still … Continue reading
“A Spy at the Heart of the Third Reich” would be one of the best spy novels I have ever read, if only it was a novel. But even better, it’s a true story. It’s a cliché that the best stories are … Continue reading
If you know someone who is obsessed with shoes and you want to cure her, you can try showing her this photo. It puts things into perspective. (Photo taken at Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, Israel.)
… but now there is only a cemetery left. Those are the graves of the victims of the Sărmașu massacre committed in 1944.