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When the 🌎World is 🤺Against You 😓

How often does it not happen we feel like the world being against us.

In this posting we may find pictograms for expressing what may be inside a persons heart and/or mind. Those thought may not always in line with what God expect from us.But feeling such bad way that does not mean we should act the same as we feel in our inner battle.

Knowing God is with us, we can conquer those bad feelings and try with our good heart to show brotherly love even to our enemies, in the hope to weaken their heart and showing the other ways of life, giving them an opportunity to come to see the light and the way to God.

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To remember

God is our reward🏆🥇

God knows our heart

When 🌍 = against us or those that we 💕 > use all we have 👩‍⚖👩⚖to give them a righteous shove ⛰🏔

pray🙏 for enemies

trust in God

Anonymous Lover of Jesus Christ

When the world 🌎 is against🤺 you, pick up your sword 🏹🔪
☝️G-D IS ALWAYS WITH US, strength🏋️‍♂️💪 from Him is our reward🏆🥇

I’m not a good 😒person, and I 😠curse a lot
But ☝️G-D knows my heart 💛 – I love Him with all I’ve got 🤗

When the world 🌍 is against 🚫 me or those that I love💕
I use all I have 👩‍⚖⚖to give them a righteous shove ⛰🏔

I pray🙏 for my enemies👥🕴👤 even if I’d like to punch👊🥊 them
But, I hope and 🏇🏄‍♀️⛷strive to be a better gem💍

I don’t want to be a 🙍‍♀️hateful person,
🛐Lord, help me deter⚠️ from transgression 🔥

Father ☝️G-D I trust in you… 👂hear my 🙏plea, and be with me👱‍♀️

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by | 2019/06/12 · 10:53 am

Timeless Insights on Humility

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by | 2019/04/11 · 2:30 pm

Moment by Moment

Too many people have their eyes closed for the small things of nature and go places without really “seeing” those places and their beauty.

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by | 2018/12/22 · 1:54 pm

Forgiveness

One of the very difficult things in life is to forgive others. Let us not wait until it is to late to say we forgive them.

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by | 2018/12/19 · 5:28 pm

Becoming Conscious

To remember

Consciousness = ability to release the old + embrace the new with awareness that all things end at the appropriate time and that all things begin at the appropriate time.

 

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by | 2018/03/26 · 2:13 pm

Zijn Beelden een Gevaar of de Redding voor het Geloof?

De Heilige Schrift is duidelijk omtrent het maken van afbeeldingen van Dé Ene Ware God en andere goden. Luther heeft hierin geen poging gedaan om de afgodsbeelden te laten verdwijnen en anderen hun pogingen zijn vandaag vijf eeuwen later zodanig vergeten dat wij in meerdere protestantse kerken nu ook weer beelden vinden van God, Jezus, kruisen en beeltenissen van andere figuren waar gelovigen in die gemeenschappen naar opkijken en komen voor neer te buigen.

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Om te herinneren

Vijfhonderd jaar geleden spijkerde Maarten Luther 95 stellingen tegen de deur van de kerk van Wittenberg => begin van de reformatie + afscheiding van katholieke kerk => geloofsoorlogen in heel Europa  + vraagtekens bij christelijke kunst > beeldenstorm.

Rond 1500 in katholieke kerk mogelijk om zonden af te kopen bij de paus = handel in zogenaamde ‘aflaten’ > enorme zelfverrijking van de kerk

Luther vond dat kunst een belangrijke rol kon hebben om de Bijbelse verhalen te illustreren en te onderrichten aan ongeletterden.

algemene tendens van protestanten > geen ruimte voor christelijke kunst in de kerk.

1566 slaat de vlam in de pan  bijeenkomst in Noord-Franse Steenvoorde groep protestanten besloot lokale katholieke kerk te plunderen = Alle beelden kort en klein geslagen => in heel Nederland + België honderden kerken aangevallen.

beeldenstorm = zwarte bladzijde binnen geschiedenis van de kerk > daarom zoveel mogelijk weggewerkt.

Concilie van Trente  > maatregelen genomen om corruptie tegen te gaan + verkoop van aflaten werd verboden. > andere katholieke gebruiken bevestigd, zoals Maria-verering en het herdenken van Heiligen.

Katholieke kerk rijk versierd <> Protestantse kerken vaak heel sober ingericht.

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Dirck van Delen – Beeldenstorm in een Kerk

Vijfhonderd jaar geleden spijkerde Maarten Luther 95 stellingen tegen de deur van de kerk van Wittenberg. Het markeert het begin van de reformatie en de afscheiding van de protestanten van de katholieke kerk. De reformatie zorgt voor geloofsoorlogen in heel Europa en ook voor het stellen van vraagtekens bij de christelijke kunst, die uitmondt in de beeldenstorm. In dit derde deel van onze zomerserie over verboden kunst: heeft het geloof beelden nodig?

Maarten Luther kaartte dit jaar precies 500 jaar geleden de wantoestanden aan in de katholieke kerk. Rond 1500 was het in de katholieke kerk voor rijken mogelijk om je zonden af te kopen bij de paus. Deze handel in zogenaamde ‘aflaten’ zorgde voor een enorme zelfverrijking van de kerk en had volgens Luther en andere kerkcritici, zoals Calvijn en Zwingli, niets te maken met het geloof. Ze ontketenden een vernieuwing…

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by | 2017/11/01 · 7:44 pm

Friday’s Quick Picks/Poem: Offerings

Today’s poem is by Cynthia Guenther Richardson, a retired addictions/mental health counsellor and also a manager of home care services for elderly folks, who has worked in the field of human services for thirty years. She believes that language can illuminate, even renew life. She lets nature guides her in enrichment of body, mind and soul.
Seeking serenity is a way of life for her, a nourishment she cannot live well without. She writes

It may have been intensified by troublesome times as a child and young adult but it has nonetheless been a natural impulse as long as I can remember. In any case, it is a powerful key to a kind of magic guidebook for living richly. Why wouldn’t I use it all the time? {A Master Key to Contentment}

In her texts she might ask us to come to see order in the messy jumble of life, and renewed creation stirring in the design of every universal interaction.

Like pebbles tossed into water, nature’s actions and reactions are a demonstration of exquisite unity and symbiosis. And in human connections–slight as a fast second on the street or ongoing as a long partnership – there are various manifestations of energy exchanged, networks of coexistence revealed. {A Master Key to Contentment}

When looking at life she recognises

It’s a numinous life we are born with and into, and its mystical ways seem to me at once ordinary and exotic. All we have to do is turn around to see evidence of a stupendous wisdom. Deep beauty. Even when there is tragedy to throw us off. Even when there is rancorous pain that wars with a need for kind relief. {A Master Key to Contentment}

That is what we ask our readers, to look around them, to see the beauty of nature and if they would not mind even come to see the Hand behind it all, coming to see the Mighty Power of the Divine Creator.

In the midst of the odd wilderness of humanness we may look at man in that huge universe, a world which can fill us with so many things are can let us feel so small.

For today’s writer

Thirst fills me
with a hunger
for small exquisites
which do not rend
the hearts of humans
nor our collective body.
Let me savor any common psalm
to goodness this world has made,
follow paths of ubiquitous light,
stay the cynic for a moment of wonder
so we may wield our will to spare its virtue. {Friday’s Passing Fancies/Poem: Goodness of this World}

Goodness of this World – Photo by Cynthia Guenther Richardson

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Preceding articles

Here and Now

The natural beauties of life

Looking at Autumn

Sensitive trees for insensitive man

Showing the beauties of nature

Winter and Spring wonders of nature showing the Master’s Hand

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Additional reading

  1. Human beings and creation
  2. Taking care of mother earth
  3. Tu B’Shvat, the holiday of the trees
  4. Time to consider how to care for our common home
  5. The Presence of God

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Further reading

  1. Thoughts about Gates
  2. An Alien World #2
  3. Magical Sun Pillar
  4. Land of Lilliput
  5. Night’s Innocence
  6. I Just Know There’s One In This Group Asking ‘Are We There Yet?’
  7. Remember When…
  8. Heaven on earth
  9. Perspectives in Immersion and Reality

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Tales for Life

walking-again-001 Photos by Cynthia Guenther Richardson

The tenor of life may seem
to be thin, reedy, misaligned,
a shriek, a gasp amid muted din,
sudden ruptures in connection
that will not relay joy. Yet here
we remain, humans among all others,

with myriad moments and settings
for mystery and mindfulness
to release a sweep of harmony.
I say Peace, my soul, be well moved
and please may peace follow
you and you and more than you.

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by | 2016/11/19 · 1:22 pm

Enough with the Clothes Shaming of Muslim Women

Today’s guest-speaker seems to have a very wise grandfather, who refuses to call himself an expert. Instead, he calls himself a student, because he’s still learning. she considering herself as a student of all things related to sexual health, mental health, society, culture, and Muslims, looks at issues of race/racism, Islamophobia.

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To remember

  • Muslims living in North America who have followed the Olympics know about Ibtihaj Muhammad > wears the hijab and covers her arms and legs = first American Muslim woman ever to compete in the Olympics in a hijab >  won a bronze medal.
  • Muhammad = inspiration for young Muslim girls => accomplishments + visibility should be celebrated.
  • Muslim women criticized detractors, rightly pointing out the normalcy of hijab in sports.
  • another Black American Muslim woman athlete who just won a gold medalDalilah Muhammad > does not wear the hijab and wears shorts
  • hardly talked about Dalilah > Ibtihaj has been celebrated all over Muslim social media for a long time > Dalilah barely been recognized.
  • discrepancy in celebration of these two women by Muslim community in the U.S., and Canada, has highlighted a very pervasive and disturbing problem within our community.
  • Clothes shaming.
  • misogyny + adherence to patriarchy => spiritual violence against women.
  • Muslim women who wear clothes that would be deemed ‘revealing’ constantly have their Muslimness doubted.
  • non-covering Muslim woman beginning to cover = celebrated, showered with praises, and told how beautiful she looks.
  • woman who covers decides to take it off = often experiences the opposite.
  • spiritual abuse = form of violence created by male-dominated, patriarchal discourses common within Muslim communities
  • live in a world in which Muslim women who wear the hijab and/or niqab = targeted by Islamophobic violence.
  • Muslim women need to protect each other from that form of oppression +  need to fight for the right of Muslim women to dress however they wish without threat of being targeted for being Muslim.
  • solidarity + resistance to Islamophobia does mean promoting + celebrating representations of Muslim women in hijab and niqab.
  • Too many mistaken that we cannot focus our energies on resisting both gendered Islamophobia from non-Muslims + spiritual misogyny from within our communities.

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Preceding article: Enough already with the ridiculous “they used to be free” memes

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Find also to read:

  1. Women’s Groups Say Gender Equality is a Must for Sustainable Development
  2. Gender connections
  3. Gender equality and women’s rights in the post-2015 agenda
  4. Is Europe going to become a dictatorial bastion
  5. On French beach French police forces woman to undress in public
  6. Women in France running with naked bosom all right but with covered bosom penalised
  7. France and the Burkini
  8. French showing to the whole world their fear and weaknesses
  9. Pew Research: How People in Muslim Countries Believe Women Should Dress
  10. Allowing dress code according liberty of religion
  11. The Dress Code for Women in the Quran
  12. Meditating Muslimah on “hijab to be a religious obligation”
  13. Coverings Worn by Muslim Women
  14. Does Banning Face Veils Help Us Fight Terrorism?
  15. Islamism Rises from Europe’s Secularism
  16. You are what you wear
  17. Where’s the Outrage Over Nun Beachwear? – The Daily Beast
  18. Not limiting others but sharing peace with all
  19. Meditating Muslimah on “hijab to be a religious obligation”
  20. Silence, devotion, Salafists, quietists, weaponry, bombings, books, writers and terrorists
  21. Secularism in France becoming dangerous for freedom of religion
  22. Christians, secularism, morals and values

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Sobia A F

By now most Muslims living in North America who have followed the Olympics even tangentially know about Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first American Muslim woman ever to compete in the Olympics in a hijab. The American Muslim community has been celebrating her well before she went to the Olympics and won a bronze medal. And rightly so. There is no doubt that Muhammad is an inspiration for young Muslim girls. Her accomplishments and her visibility should be celebrated. Though much has been made about her wearing the hijab in the Olympics, Muslim women have criticized detractors, rightly pointing out the normalcy of hijab in sports.

Today, on my social media, I’ve seen the (relatively subdued) celebration of another Black American Muslim woman athlete who just won a gold medalDalilah Muhammad. However, an interesting (I’ll just use that word for now) contrast was noted by those posting…

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by | 2016/09/02 · 7:11 pm

Celebrate Eid in Style

Manav Gangwani - FDCI Amazon India Couture Week 2015That being a Muslim girl does not have to mean to be a dark grey or dark brown non-saying person, can be seen at the too few websites which bring some fashion news for believers in the Islamic tradition.

From the Dutch lifestyle magazine for Muslims we do not hear much any more, so it would be good if Muslims in the Benelux and France could find some other fashion sites to bring more colour in the West European streets.

Let us hope tradition can meet the contemporary and that more designers will find their way also to bring more variation and beauty to the female faithful to God.

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It is nice to read that

In the few months since its launch The Fashion Orientalist has grown into a platform for established and new designers from India and the Middle East.

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Edward Wadie Said – 1 November 1935 – Jerusalem, British Mandate of Palestine

They are based in Amsterdam and work together with fashion designers and fashion events from all over the world. The person behind it, being of European and South Asian descent has always been a big fan of the fusion between the West and the East. She studied Communications, Media and Culture for many years and stumbled upon a journal written by Edward Said on Orientalism.

This Christian Arab who both defended the Islamic world and, by his own testimony, felt close to Jews for much of his life, was an academic who spent much of his time addressing the public, often having to cancel classes he taught at Columbia University because he was booked for television appearances.

Said’s scholarly works indicted Western cultural traditions as complicit in colonialism, but he played and wrote about European classical music extensively and enthusiastically. what seemed to have attracted the fashion girl was that

Said discussed the Western attitudes towards the East. How does the West portray the East? Very often we just use stereotypes, without any further knowledge about culture.

The book Orientalism, published by Pantheon (a mainstream, not an academic publisher) in 1978, took issue with Western depictions of the Middle East. Said’s central thesis was that Western views of Middle Eastern cultures were rife with stereotypes of irrationality, degeneracy, and violence. His demonstration of this thesis was perhaps the book’s most original component, as he showed how such stereotypes found their way into scholarly writings, literary and popular fiction, and journalistic writing in an interconnected web.

So The Fashion Orientalist her aim is to show fashion designs from the orient.

Designs made by designers from the East, for example India or the Middle East or even China. I do not want to solely focus on fashion from Eastern designers, I also want to show Western designs that are inspired by the East (or the other way around). If you combine fashion from the orient (the east) and the occident (the west) you get something I would like to call hybrid fashion.

Photography @ 2014 Roeland Topée | ZinneBeelden - www.zinnebeelden.com

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Preceding articles

Too Young To Fight?

From the Ramadan into the eid

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Additional reading

  1. The Dress Code for Women in the Quran
  2. Coverings Worn by Muslim Women
  3. Meditating Muslimah on “hijab to be a religious obligation”
  4. Allowing dress code according liberty of religion
  5. Pew Research: How People in Muslim Countries Believe Women Should Dress
  6. How can Muslim fashion transform lives?
  7. The next big untapped fashion market: Muslim women
  8. The Rise of the Muslim Fashion Industry
  9. Nida Azwer Eid 2014: Where Traditional meets Contemporary
  10. Rami Kadi – Haute Couture Fall Winter 2015-16 – Lucioles
  11. FDCI Amazon India Couture Week 2015 – Favorite looks
  12. Know the Best Knowing About Muslim Clothing
  13. Islamic Fashion: “Fashion Plus Modesty” – A ‘Boom’ in the industry
  14. Give Your Wardrobe A Fashionable Yet Modest Makeover
  15. Luxury Fashion: Muslim Wear
  16. Post A – The Rise of Muslim Fashion
  17. Come To Know Here Online Portals Offering Muslim Clothing
  18. What H&M’s recent ad says about mainstream fashion 1
  19. What H&M’s recent ad says about mainstream fashion 2
  20. Bondowoso Embroidery go International
  21. D&G Launches an Abaya Collection
  22. Dolce & Gabbana and the Muslim market
  23. S.T.A.T. Exclusive: Dolce & Gabbana’s Fab Hijab & Abaya Collection!
  24. Olympian Asked to Remove Hijab at SXSW
  25. This Fast-Fashion Retailer Is Launching A Ramadan Collection
  26. Honor Your Identity and Select the Trendy and Traditional Garments
  27. Mango Launches Ramadan Collection 2016
  28. Latest Hijab Styles For Women on Eid
  29. Style trailblazers: Muslim fashion
  30. Fashion is Power
  31. Keeping cool
  32. Kimono Klassy
  33. Pop of Pink
  34. Turquoise Turns Pages
  35. Chevron Stripe Combo
  36. Brooches
  37. Jumpsuit
  38. Midterm Blues (or Blacks)
  39. Feeling Peachy: Ramadan Day 4
  40. Hijab – Updated
  41. Hijabi flavor
  42. How to style a simple White T-Shirt
  43. Urban Hijabee
  44. f i e r c e
  45. {fashion412} Conference Chic Edition
  46. Zahraa Assad
  47. South African Hijabi
  48. The Essential Headscarf Guide – in 7 easy steps
  49. OOTD
  50. Winter Hijab Hat Styles
  51. New Years Eve outfit
  52. In a world of Kardashians, be a Khadeejah RA.
  53. Madonna untuk memenuhi Toyboy Brahim Zaibat ibu, Who’s 8 tahun muda daripada dia.
  54. Takbir. Allahu Akbar. Eid Mubarak 1 Syawal 1437 H

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by | 2016/07/05 · 7:49 pm

July 4, 1916 – Battle of the Somme greeted with ‘the greatest enthusiasm’

There’s no denying the effect of the murders. Austria-Hungary and its ally Imperial Germany rallied to the cause of war and one month later Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. The declaration drew Germany, Russia, France, Belgium, Montenegro and Great Britain shortly after. The worst war in human history up to that time was underway. Eventually, more than 9 million soldiers and 8 million civilians would die in the war. Millions more were maimed and wounded by killing that occurred on an industrial scale. Empires were wiped from the map, new nations emerged, and the world was reshaped by more upheaval than anything that had occurred since the fall of Rome. {The Great War changed everything}

Satirical drawing by R. Ferro [Cupidity – Greed]

Cupidity

– See more at: http://www.bl.uk/world-war-one/articles/the-debate-on-the-origins-of-world-war-one#sthash.uzXCjY4z.dpuf

Establishing the responsibility for the escalation of the July Crisis into a European war – and ultimately a world war – was paramount even before fighting had begun. The governments of Great Britain, France, Russia, Germany, and Austria-Hungary tried desperately to ensure that they did not appear to be the aggressor in July and August 1914. This was crucial because the vast armies of soldiers that would be needed to fight this war could not be summoned for a war of aggression. Socialists, of whom there were many millions by 1914, would not have supported a belligerent foreign policy, and could only be relied upon to fight in a defensive war. Populations would only rally and make sacrifices willingly if the cause was just – and that meant fighting a defensive war.The French and Belgians, Russians, Serbs and British were convinced they were indeed involved in a defensive struggle for just aims. Austrians and Hungarians were fighting to revenge the death of Franz Ferdinand. Germans were assured by their Kaiser, Wilhelm II, and their Chancellor, Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg, that Germany’s neighbours had ‘forced the sword’ into its hands. {The debate on the origins of World War One}

War has no mercy for non of the parties involved. All going to the battlefields (or battlespace) bring misery to their families and others.

At one moment fighters are taken by excitement (uphory) at an other by dismay. Dejection belongs to all involved.

Experienced newspaper and magazine journalist who is currently the Director of the Leicester Centre for Journalism at De Montfort University, John Dilley, looks at the Great War whilst he conducts research into how local and national newspapers covered this first horrible experience which caught the whole world.

Today we should realise how people were used in the war-machine and how every time in such battles letters from loved ones are as important as bullets and shells for the the fighters serving in the battle places. At first they might have felt full  of energy and ambition but from their letters we know this changed quite quickly.

Cyril Newman, a lance corporal, wrote to his fiancée Winnie on receiving two letters from her:

“I feel a different person. Ten years younger – a hundred times lighter of heart. We all feel like this. The arrival of mail is vital to our happiness. ‘No Post’ gives us a kind of malaise.” {April 25, 1916 – Words of war play a vital role in saving sanity at the Front}

Though

Most of the letters were dull and repetitive but local papers did a fantastic job in spotting the extraordinary nuggets nestling among the ordinary exchange of everyday life. {April 25, 1916 – Words of war play a vital role in saving sanity at the Front}

He notices how The Daily Telegraph was typical in its eulogies saying:

“The British Empire has just sustained one of the heaviest losses which it has been called upon to bear during the whole war. The news came upon London yesterday like a crushing and senseless blow. The sorrow was unfeigned, the distress universal.” {June 13, 1916 – Grief-stricken nation mourns for Lord Kitchener sunk by the German Navy}

but also let us know how The Advertiser story gives an insight into how eagerly the public sought as many details as they could. The account goes on:

“The evening papers were quickly bought up and at first there were hopes that Lord Kitchener might be saved. {June 13, 1916 – Grief-stricken nation mourns for Lord Kitchener sunk by the German Navy}

For those who felt they could not go to the battle there was often (not to say in most of the cases) no understanding.

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This wonderful cartoon depicting a man trying to avoid First World War conscription before a Tribunal of local worthies sums up the working man’s lot in 1916. {April 18, 1916 – Laughter as men try to avoid WW1 conscription}

You may question how many listened to their inside voice or to the Words of God. And how many listened to those who  experienced the hell of German artillery.

“I had a narrow escape from at least a serious wound. I had my water bottle smashed by a piece of shrapnel. The following day I got my touch of gas – not badly – bit I felt it more as the time passed on.” {March 28, 1916 – Bells toll for mankind but peal for Fred Kilborn}

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Preceding articles

Reflections on the Great War #1 100 years on

Reflections on the Great War #2

Too Young To Fight?

Remembrance isn’t only about those who fought, but also those who refused

In Flanders Fields II – a new poem in response to the original

Lessons of the Somme

The Somme (1916) Working Class Holocaust

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Read also

  1. All the war-propaganda, all the screaming and lies and hatred, comes invariably from people who are not fighting… George Orwell
  2. Parade’s End and Saint Flora Castle
  3. 1914 – 2014 preparations
  4. 11 November, a day to remember #1 Until Industrialisation
  5. 11 November, a day to remember #2 From the Industrialisation
  6. Mons 2014 remembering the Great War
  7. Liège 2014 remembering the Great War
  8. August 4, 1914 to be remembered
  9. Honouring hundreds of thousands of victims of the brutal Somme battle
  10. Ulster Tower ceremony for the Irish at the Somme battle
  11. Aftermath
  12. Juncker warns for possible new war

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Related reading

  1. Anatomy of a World War I Artillery Barrage
  2. History is Personal 1916-2016
  3. One hundred years ago
  4. Centenary of the Battle of the Somme — July 1, 2016
  5. The Battle of the Somme
  6. Battle of the Somme – 100 Years
  7. 24 June 1916
  8. 25 June 1916
  9. 28 June 1916
  10. 29 June 1916
  11. 30 June 1916
  12. June 30, 1916
  13. 1 July 1916 – Somme
  14. Remembering Harry, a casualty of the Battle of the Somme
  15. The Last Day Of The Somme.
  16. The Lochnagar Mine
  17. The Absolutist by John Boyne – book review
  18. Review: The Great War (Sacco)
  19. The Great War changed everything
  20. Red Poppies
  21. Europe, war and the imagination

newspapers and the great war

Deeply moving events to commemorate one of the most infamous milestones of the First World War were held on Friday, exactly a century after the first British and French soldiers climbed out of the trenches at the Battle of the Somme.

We now know that July 1, 1916, was one of the bloodiest days in British military history. By nightfall, some 57,000 Commonwealth and 2,000 French soldiers had become casualties – more than 19,000 of whom had been killed.

The Battle of the Somme continued for another 140 days and when the offensive was halted in November, more than 1,000,000 Commonwealth, French and German soldiers had been wounded, captured, or killed.

Inevitably, the July 4, 1916, edition of the Market Harborough Advertiser did not report those terrible losses. However, despite the slowness of the technology a century ago, the editor manages to include the news sourced from an official Press…

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by | 2016/07/04 · 1:17 pm