Standard of the Royal House of Stuart
(Photo courtesy of www.flyingcolours.org)
To tell you the God’s honest truth, I have enough on my plate to say grace over and can only worry about a few things. So I haven’t been keeping up with the unwise, even incredibly stupid, campaign for the independence of Scotland.
But I read a piece about it in the NYT today (link below) and was a bit…
cool blog piece from CNET 20 April 2014Drones Help Find Missing American Warplanes and Air Crews Lost in World War Two Battles Around the Pacific Islands of Palau
217 US Navy, Marine, and Army Air Corps planes went missing in action in the vicinity of Palau during 14 months of combat in 1944 and 1945.
36 Found by Bent Prop in Last 22 Years
Hundreds of families of Americans missing in…
The Dambusters’ last surviving British crew member Interview of John “Johnny” Johnson from the Bristol Post of 13 May 2013
As of 8 April 2014, Johnny Johnson was still going strong.
Bouncing Bomb: Westbury-on-Trym veteran on being the Dambusters’ last surviving British crew member
By David Clensy | Posted: May 13, 2013
(c) by Bristol Post
George “Johnny” Johnson
(photo courtesy of…
World War Two Bomb Exploded In Bristol Channel
Story and photo from The Bristol Post
April 15, 2014
“A Second World War bomb was blown up by Army experts after being found on a beach near Weston-super-Mare. A controlled explosion took place at St Thomas Head, Kewstoke, at about 7pm tonight.
A 500m cordon was put in place to protect the public while the operation was carried out. The bomb was…