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Tag Archives: World War I
I just finished watching the documentary, The Great Famine, about US assistance to famine victims in 1921-22. In Communist Russia. Under Lenin. It is a remarkably poignant story. The photos are heart-breaking—countless images of emaciated bodies, dead or dying. … Continue reading
This is the first in a new two-part series by guest author Dr. Majed Ashy. Often, the bloody destructive assaults known euphemistically as “armed conflicts” grow out of the operation of at least three factors. Grievances, real or … Continue reading