Posts Tagged ‘World War 3’
The World War
Nostradamus was born in 1503 in St Remi, France. He was a renowned physician and an astrologer of his time. He started his practice as a physician in 1525 AD after completing his studies in Montpellier. Nostradamus was way ahead of his times and used innovative methods to treat the victims of bubonic plague. He was successful in curing even the extremely ill and this earned him a reputation as a gifted healer.
He showed interest in pagan methods of divination and astronomy. Once he gave up his profession of practicing medicine, he settled down Read the rest of this entry »
I World War
When the war in Iraq began, I was made painfully aware of the lack of knowledge and understanding many Americans had about France’s circumstances as it entered the Second World War. My native country was trashed in the press, French wine was thrown down into ditches, and the French were painted as cowards who wouldn’t fight. I feel compelled to offer some information that, hopefully, will dispel some of these impressions.
Born in France at the beginning of World War II, I am a product of both wars. My grandfather was commandant of a large French Read the rest of this entry »
World War 11
My first recollection, as a 7-year old Milwaukeean, with imminent world war, was listening to WGN radio broadcasts by commentators H.V. Kaltenborn and Gabriel Heater on Sunday afternoons with my parents, sister, aunt, uncle and cousin. These late spring and summer 1939 broadcasts included partial speeches at Berlin rallies by Adolph Hitler. Vivid in my recollection was the loud, raucous, vehement roar of Hitler and his followers denigrating America and England. We shuddered with fear and trepidation for Europe. Shortly thereafter Nazi Germany invaded Poland and World War II began.
About 9 on Sunday morning, December Read the rest of this entry »