Writings on the War
We Remember the Unknown Soldier
And His unsung acts of valour.
The Spanish Civil war, a war of destruction and horror for a country, ripping it apart in an unforgetable conflict that would change history forever. The Spanish Civil war has also been an inspiration for artists and authors, man who took part in it; forcibly or by choice. Read on →
I wish to apologise to my very few readers for a rather long period of no posts. There are two excuses, and they are valid in my eyes, so here they are in this post. Read on →
Guillaume Apollinaire (1880–1918) is a famous french surrealist poet. He is the one that coined the term 'surrealism' and is remembered mostly for his calligrammes, poems written in the shape of an object. Read on →
Anybody that has studied the First World War, or more precisely the 'Traité de Versailles', Italy's part and its consequences on the Second World War (that sounds rather specific, but isn't really) has probably heard of this term. The Mutilated Victory is what the italians call their victory at the end of World War I. Read on →