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Wonder where the lions are …
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How blue did we bleed??
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the day after India won the Cricket World Cup. The night prior to was almost like Diwali, so no surprise the Females had a difficult task cleaning up the city!! Place: Thippasandra Market, Bangalore
23_Leopold, though, warmed in the glow of a war-maker
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What is a mother to do?
1_Polly Zittle’s 22-year old kid.
Polly Zittle’s 22-year old kid, Andrew– soon-to-be-hanged– had much to think about in his singular cell in the deepest sanctum of Fort McHenry jail near Baltimore.
Warmaker Andrew T. Leopold (also Laypole, Lepole, and Isadore Laypole) had in his hands a small book that he hoped he could put in the hands of another detainee who, unlike him, would leave the prison upright and alive.
2_The crash of battle shells.
The crash of battle shells, the squashing of bones like lath and weeps, the groans, the clash of sabers, the shrieking excitement of musketry, the shattering in general– had unleashed something strong in Andrew, belonging to the weapon– this one-time team mate on a lazy Potomac canal boat, who a young lady called Mary referred to as: “well constructed, directly as an arrow, not handsome of face, but with a sincere, severe face that a person knew how to trust.”.
3_He composed in his cell on the blank leavesGlimpses_of_Heaven_frontispiece.
He composed in his cell on the blank leaves of “Glances of Heaven or, The Light Beyond Jordan”: My dear and kind caring mother, It is with the inmost sorrow that your simple son has to report to you the sad news of my unfortunate and much unexpected fate which is deemed for me by now. However be of good cheer. I have good grounds to believe and hope that I go to a better world for I have actually cast myself on the mercies of our God. Aim to his Boy, Jesus Christ, who passed away upon the cross without sin that we may have everlasting life by believing in him. I intend to meet you and my 2 siblings in that intense land where sin and problems disappear and there to reveal forth like to God and Jesus Christ, our redeemer. My fate is that of a felon. I know not the day that I have spoken with a minister of the Gospel that I am not to suffer death on “Hangman’s Day,” however that is poor consolation to you but it will be an alleviation to understand that I went prepared and prepared to fulfill my peace maker … I write this hoping you might get this book and hope the gentleman who discovers it might send it to you. May God be merciful to you is the prayer of your unfortunate son and sibling.”– Spirit of Jefferson., April 19, 1898, Image 1.
4_Robert Baylor, the detainee there from Charlestown.
Robert Baylor, the prisoner there from Charlestown, also condemned to death but who had his commuted less than 10 days after Leopold’s last, wrote in his journal that Leopold’s “Glimpses” book had actually underlined by Andrew numerous pertinent poetic lines.
5_1859_Leopold’s River of Peace.
1859: Leopold’s River of Peace:.
6_Andrew’s peaceful days simply before the war years.
Andrew’s quiet days prior to the war years on the deck and pulling the lines for a canal boat are best put by a fellow boatman in the year 1859:.
7_Only the almost inaudible ripple of the boat.
Only the practically inaudible ripple of the boat in the water, the distant click of the mules’ feet, the purring of the river, the hum of bugs, and occasionally chirp of a bird broke the stillness. It was almost an ideal state of repose. The days drifted by as a dream and as I recall, it was a very peaceful dream, day ran into day, sunshine into sunshine, without any care or believed for the morrow.– Ella E. Clark (ed.).
1860: War Clouds Stir Leopold To Action:.
8_Even after the John Brown Raiders.
Even after the John Brown Raiders, their capture, trials in a Virginia Court and hangings– Shepherdstown’s Hamtramck Guards and all militias, hard-marched much more in anticipation.
Ahead was the November election for president. Residents didn’t support Lincoln, however they didn’t support Breckinridge either. They chose a pro-unionist “conciliator,” named John Bell. The Shepherdstown Register editor, John Zittle, the 2nd other half of Leopold’s mom, wrote July 14, 1860:.
9_There are four candidates for president.
” There are four prospects for president of the United States. The contest bids fair to be the hottest ever understood in the political record of our nation. The struggling waters appear so threatening to engulf us we can conjure up the true blessings of providence to direct us through.”.
10_The 4th of July event.
The Fourth of July event at Big Spring held together– barely. It started “with the Hamtramck Guards; Capt. V. M. Butler with the perky notes of the fife and the inspired music of the drum … All hands did justice in eliminating the table of it’s ponderous weight of provisions ‘done up brown’ by our good friend Martin Yontz,” composed Zittle. Capt. Heskitt had previously marched the Guards, the town militia, from the town armory in full parade gown, each man having fifteen rounds of blank cartridges. Auctioneer George McGlincey raised his glass to:.
11_The Union might the ship of state ride securely.
” The Union … might the ship of state flight safely into port over the troubled waters.” Then C. W. Yontz counter-toasted: “To Virginia, so long as she includes the tombs of Washington, Jefferson, and a Madison, she needs to be faithful to her wonderful title of Old Rule.”.
12_Lincoln is chosen. War begins.
1860-April, 1861– Lincoln is chosen. War begins April, 1861:.
The crisis at Fort Sumter, South Carolina changed hot words to hot weapons. Virginia voted to join the secession, pending a referendum. With the secession vote prepared the next day on whether to secede, these very same local militias marched that night towards Harper’s Ferry to take the Federal toolbox.
David Hunter Strother, who signed up with the Federal Army, wrote of the night of April 18th at Harpers Ferryboat after the Federal guard blew up much of the armory to keep militias from capturing the arms there. The vote on secession in Richmond had actually not been completed:.
13_many more were on the way.
As the night advanced, the streets ended up being more crowded with people from the town and area. By one o’clock (early April 19th) the fires had actually sunk in ashes, when, gloomy, cooled and fatigued, I looked for a bed at your house of an associate. I did not sleep soundly and was frequently disrupted during the night by the noise of drums and the tramp of passing squadrons … a lot more were on the method.– p. 14.
Amongst those en route to employ that April 18th was firebrand soldier William A. Morgan from his Falling Spring manse outside Shepherdstown, who was quickly made Captain of Business F of the 1st Virginia Cavalry and, as was his nature would participate in most significant battles in his state and walk away from many horses shot from under him as the way of the warring life till peace showed up again at last.
14_Leopold, the next day, joined Company F.
Andrew Thomas Leopold, the next day, signed up with Company F under Captain Morgan’s command– and impact. Two other boys about Shepherdstown, both about Leopold’s age, had the exact same intent to enlist in Confederate routines and nearly at the same time. Nineteen-year-old carpenter, Jacob Hudson, and seventeen-year-old Charles Ed Entler, a ferryboat boatman– were making the trip to Harper’s Ferryboat to join Company B of the Second Virginia infantry routine under the command of this unidentified, odd Col. Thomas Jonathan Jackson, with long days simply ahead of sorry-making, endless drill.
15_tutelage and charisma of Capt. Morgan.
However Leopold had a ferocious role model in the tutelage and charisma of Capt. Morgan.
So they all prepared. In June, Confederates under Gen. Joseph Johnston left Harper’s Ferry, relieved upriver to Falling Waters, encamping for their awaited first war-time brush with the Federal Army close by. Leopold would come in person with another enchanting cavalryman, J.E.B. Stuart, who, in early July on the eve of fight, talked his males in this camp:.
16_you are oblivious of this type of work.
” Attention!” he cried. “Now I want to speak to you, guys … you are oblivious of this type of work, and I am teaching you. I want you to observe that a great guy on a great horse can never be caught. Another thing: cavalry can trot far from anything, and a gallop is a gait unbecoming a soldier, unless he is approaching the enemy. Bear in mind that. We gallop at the opponent, and trot away, always. p. 116.
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Leopold and Morgan– the “Reckless Invincibles:”.
17_the very first Battle of Bull Run/Manassas.
Quickly at the very first Battle of Bull Run/Manassas Leopold and Morgan were both amongst the 150 men in the First Virginia Cavalry– rumbling galloping, steam-nostril, horse weight tossing towards the panicked red-scarlet uniformed men in the New York Zouaves running away to anywhere, raised sabers at them. William Blackford kept in mind: “The significant.
18_horses at complete speed broke through.
motivation of horses at complete speed broke through their line like chaff before grain.”.
Leopold was “Seeing The Elephant,” the phrase of all soldiers for witnessing war’s instant scary. It was explained right after this July, 1861 battle by Morgan to his other half: By dawn the conflict started with the growing of weapons and the sharp reports of musketry, joined the hoarse commands given by the officers, the screams of the passing away horses and the groans of the wounded which maintained without intermission till moonlight. Two whole cavalry front ranks decreased as they went into the enemy’s line, myself and company remained in the very center of their ranks.
19_balls flying thick all around.
The balls flying thick all around– obviously as thick as hail and yet odd to say there was nobody eliminated– 2 or three of us were somewhat injured, myself amongst the number … My horse, George, behaved nobly, never ever flinching at any time.
… But Others Deserted:.
20_Unlike Leopold, Charles Entler.
Unlike Leopold, Charles Entler and Jacob Hudson both deserted from Co. B Second Virginia, returning house. Entler was already back house, once again a ferryboat boatman at Blackford’s Landing. His B business of the Second Virginia had actually travelled through Shepherdstown and.
21_set on fire on June 13, 1861, the wood covered bridge.
set on fire on June 13, 1861, the wood covered bridge across the River near the ferry. Composed his friend, Henry K. Douglas: I saw the glowing windows in my home on the hill beyond the river … I recognized that war had started … and my soul was filled with revengeful bitterness. Two days later on, on June 15th Charles Entler was reported as having actually deserted, resuming his ferry boat responsibilities.
22_Jacob Hudson would desert.
Jacob Hudson would desert the following spring on March 15,1862, likewise re-appearing in Shepherdstown, stricken from the rolls and out of uniform.
23_Leopold, however, warmed in the glow of a war-maker.
Leopold, though, warmed in the radiance of a war-maker:.
24_Leopold wrote his mother from Camp Ashby.
Leopold wrote his mother from Camp Ashby near Harrisonburg that he had a skirmish near Luray, where with sixteen guys he routed a Yankee Camp, recording 18 detainees, wounding 12 and eliminating 5, catching 10 thousand dollars worth of medicines, clothes and materials.– Martinsburg Statesmen (from the Shepherdstown Register), May 23, 1895.
This might have been an occasion Might 6, 1862, reported with some differences by Federal Maj. Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks, U. S. Army:.
May 7, 1862. The 5th New York Cavalry had a sharp skirmish with Ashby’s cavalry (7th Virginia Cavalry-JS) yesterday near Harrisonburg. They (The Federals-JS) made a succession of many perky charges versus exceptional numbers, killing 10, wounding lots of, and recording 6 rebels. Their conduct provided the highest fulfillment. Their primary weapon was the saber. The opponent does disappoint himself other than by cavalry.– p. 456.
August 30, 1862– Leopold The Avenger at Second Manassas/Bull Run:.
25_Sergeant Leopold, of the Twelfth Virginia Cavalry, remained in the thickest of the battle.
Sergeant Leopold, of the Twelfth Virginia Cavalry, was in the thickest of the fight and acted most gallantly during its continuance. He was injured in 3 locations.– Official Report by his Brigade Commander Brig. General Beverly Holcombe Robertson– pp. 746-747.
Beverly_Robertson Picture Of B. H. Robertson.
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The cavalry brigade of Brig. Gen. Beverly H. Robertson and the regiment of Col. Thomas Munford raced to the right wing of the Confederate position, hoping– with the assistance of 4 batteries of horse artillery– to block the pulling back Union males at Lewis Ford.
26_I charged the program on the hill and drove them back.
Col. Asher W. Harman of the 12th Virginia Cavalry, Leopold’s and Morgan’s program, composed:.
At Manassas, on August 30, about 4 p.m., I was ordered, with 6 companies of my regiment (A, C, D, E, F, and H), to support the Second Virginia Cavalry. I discovered the opponent occupying the hill to the right of the Lewis house, with the First [West] Virginia Cavalry, supported by a New york city and the First Michigan Cavalry, prepared about 200 yards in their back.
I charged the program on the hill and drove them back on their support, which were in quick succession broken and driven back in complete condition. I pursued them over the run and as far as the pike near the stone bridge, catching many detainees, among them Colonel Brodhead and Major Atwood, of the First Michigan Cavalry, the previous significantly wounded. My loss was 6 guys wounded.– p. 752.
Author Eric Wittenberg wrote:.
The men of Robertson’s brigade formed into line and, (Harman composed) “in wedgelike form, rushed headlong toward the battle line of blue; and as the pinnacle of this swiftly moving mass will pierce the center of their line, it wavered for an instant, then broke and left in every instructions.”.
27_The charge of the 12th Virginia crashed into the West Virginians.
The charge of the 12th Virginia crashed into the West Virginians and drove them back upon their reserves. As one member of the 12th Virginia later on wrote, the West Virginians “broke and ran and we wanted them with handgun and saber.” A member of the Fourth New york city noted, “The Secesh used their revolvers with a determination to slaughter some of our lads” Capt. William Porter Wilken of the First West Virginia was left to cut his method out, and just hardly escaped capture when his horse bolted. He taped, “I believe nothing of charging against equivalent numbers, but to charge into a whole army of cavalry and infantry and artillery and see your pals trimmed down by their sabres and the fatal fire of their musketry and cannon, is not especially amusing.”.
The savage attack of the 12th Virginia broke the Union line and drove it back toward Bull Run.
28_Brodhead refused, the Confederate shot and mortally injured the Yankee officer.
Adjutant Lewis Harman of the 12th Virginia satisfied Brodhead near the Lewis Ford. Harman required Brodhead’s surrender and, when Brodhead refused, the Confederate shot and mortally injured the Yankee officer. Harman rode off with Brodhead’s horse, saddle, handguns, and sabre. Brodhead got a deathbed brevet to brigadier general for his worthy stand at the Lewis Ford … the 12th Virginia pursued as far as the Warrenton Turnpike. In his official report of the project, Stuart explained that the melee at the Lewis Ford “was of remarkably brief duration.”.
The fight at the ford, however, had actually been severe. Robertson’s males suffered 5 males killed and 40 guys injured, including Munford. One member of the 12th Virginia, a Sergeant Leopold, was wounded in three locations during the furious clash at Lewis Ford. Buford’s losses were much heavier, with around 300 casualties.– pp. 746-747.
29_Robertson’s routines swept down upon a force greatly surpassing them.
Stuart exulted in his official report of the campaign that at Lewis Ford, “… over 300 of the enemy’s cavalry were put hors de fight, they, together with their horses and equipments, falling under our hands.” Stuart extolled his triumph, specifying “Absolutely nothing might have equated to the elegance with which Robertson’s regiments swept down upon a force significantly outnumbering them, hence effectively indicating a claim for guts and discipline equivalent to any cavalry in the world.”– Gen. J.E.B. Stuart’s Report to Gen. Robert E. Lee February 28, 1863, AUTHORITIES RECORDS: Series 1, vol 12, Part 2 (2nd Manassas) p. 737.
Leopold Becomes an Avenging Scout and Bushwhacker:.
September– late October, 1862: Leopold, still fired by the battlefield, recuperates.
30_J. E.B.Stuart and his staff are resting at The Bower.
31_overlooking the Opequon Creek.
Confederate Cavalry General J.E.B.Stuart and his staff are resting at The Bower neglecting the Opequon Creek and will remain there until late, October, 1862.
32_Probably under the terrific oaks there, Stuart discussed.
Most likely under the terrific oaks there, Stuart went over strategies and consulted with Redmond Burke and Andrew Leopold to make them mail-carriers, horse-thieves, conscriptors, and his “eyes” along the rivers around Jefferson County.
33_Stuart discussed plans and met Redmond Burke and Andrew Leopold
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New York City Stickball, Jun 2014 – 38
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I’m writing these notes about halfway through the 2014 World Cup, and I cannot help wondering if anyone will have the slightest interest in seeing images about a lot of people running around the streets of New york city as they struck a small pink rubber ball with what appears like a broomstick. Certainly, the Wikipedia post on stickball (which you can find at < a href=" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stickball" rel=" nofollow" > en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stickball) informs us that.
“” Stickball is a street video game associated to baseball, typically formed as a pick-up game played in large cities in the Northeastern United States, especially New York City and Philadelphia. The equipment includes a broom handle and a rubber ball, typically a spaldeen, pensy pinky, high bouncer or tennis ball. The guidelines come from baseball and are customized to fit the scenario, for instance, a manhole cover might be used as a base, or buildings for nasty lines. The video game is a variation of stick and ball games going back to at least the 1750s. This game was widely popular amongst youths maturing from the 20th century up until the 1980s.””
. So, exactly what I was photographing here was absolutely not soccer; nor was it the more “standard” American sport of baseball … and definitely not (American-style) football either. It’s a game of its own, though the particular video game that I occurred to see and photograph was a variation normally described as “fungo”– where the batter tosses the ball into the air and hits it en route down, or after several bounces.
Like much of the other really, great days on my 1+ years of photo-walking in NYC, today’s experience was completely unexpected. I was trudging along 109th Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side– and soon after strolling through a tunnel that supports the overhead train tracks carrying MetroNorth trains (and Amtrak/Acela, too, I think) up and down Park Opportunity to the final stopping point in Grand Central– I discovered myself at a corner that has actually happened known as the “Stickball Hall of Popularity Location,” at 109th Street and Third Avenue. 2 various stickball video games were underway, but I was reasonably safe as long as I remained on the walkways. (If you have an interest in the Stickball Hall of Fame, have a look at this website: < a href=" http://northattan.com/2013/10/07/keeping-a-tradition-alive-in-east-harlem/" rel=" nofollow" > northattan.com/2013/10/07/keeping-a-tradition-alive-in-ea …). As I have actually found out, you can never tell when unanticipated celebrations like this will happen– and they might indeed happen just as soon as a year. Most days out on the street with my electronic camera are fairly blah; and lots of (like most of Manhattan’s west side, particularly the area from 57th Street down to 14th Street) are frustratingly unproductive. There are a couple of good days, and a couple of great shots– however a focused burst like today takes place just on unusual events … Therefore, when such celebrations do take place, it is very important to exploit them for every single bit they’re worth. The good news is I understood that today– and chose that I ‘d enjoy to stay on that a person street (109th, in between 2nd and 3rd Avenue) for the whole afternoon. In specific, I made no effort whatsoever to leave rapidly in order to walk 108th Street, too; after all, it will exist tomorrow( and the next day, and the day after that), whereas the picture chance might never return again. Thankfully, I was given the chance to satisfy a few of the stickball players, chat with them, learn more about their friends and loved ones (a number of informed me of beginning to play the game with their own daddies, several years earlier )and deal to send them some pictures( which, hence far, no one has actually done). Perhaps one of the reasons that I have actually not gotten involved with numerous NYC people on the street before is that I truly wasn’t particularly interested in exactly what they were doing, and there was no apparent method they could continue doing what they were doing without my being an obvious intrusion. Not so today … In addition to the still photos, I took about a lots video, though I didn’t really consider doing so until approximately midway through the photo episode. However in retrospection, it must have been obvious: it’s a sports-game, so it depend on motion; and the yelling, yelling, and general noise is an extremely important part of the experience, too. So I finally began shooting short 10-20 2nd clips when each of the batters was about to wallop the ball, and after that work on to first base … I was lured to return to watch the game again next weekend, weather permitting; however I currently had other commitments for those days, so it didn’t occur. Perhaps 2 weeks from now, or 2 months … or whenever. ***************. This set of photos is based on an extremely simple idea: walk every block of Manhattan with an electronic camera, and see exactly what takes place. To prevent missing anything, walk both sides of the street. That’s all there is to it … Obviously, if you wished to be more enthusiastic
, you might likewise walk
the streets of Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx. However that’s more than I’m willing to devote to at this point, and I’ll leave the remaining boroughs of New York City
to other, more adventurous professional photographers. Oh, really, there’s another little information: leave the pictures alone for a month– unedited, unblemished, and unviewed. By the time I really concentrate on the very first of these “every-block” photos, I will have taken more than 8,000 images on the close-by streets of the Upper West Side– plus another a number of thousand in Rome, Coney Island, and the different areas in NYC where I generally take photos. So I don’t anticipate to be mentally attached to “any of the” every-block” photos, and hope that I’ll have the ability to make an objective selection of the ones worth looking at. When it comes to the criteria that I’ve used to pick the small subset of every-block pictures that get published to Flickr: there are three. First, I’ll upload any image that I believe is” terrific,” and where I “hope the reaction of my Flickr-friends will be,” I have no idea when or where that image was taken, however it’s truly an excellent picture!”. A 2nd criterion has to do with location, and the 3rd involves time. I’m hoping that I’ll take some pictures that clearly say, “This is New york city!” to anybody who looks “at it. Undoubtedly, particular landscape icons like the Empire State Structure or the Statue of Liberty would please that criterion; but I’m hoping that I’ll find other, more unforeseen examples. I hope that I’ll be able to take some shots that will make a” local” audience say,” Well, even if that’s not recognizable to someone from another part of the nation, or another part of the world, I understand that that’s New York!” And there may be some photos where a” non-local” audience may state, “I had no idea that there was anyplace in New york city City that was so interesting/beautiful/ugly/ amazing.”. As for the sense of time: I remember wandering around “my community in 2005, “photographing different stores, stores, dining establishments, and company facilities– and then casually looking at the pictures about 5 years later, and being” stunned by what does it cost? had changed. Gradually, store by shop, day by day, “things change … and when you’ve been around as long as I have, it’s much more amazing to go back and take a look at the photos you took thirty or forty years earlier, and ask yourself,” Was it actually like that back then? Seriously, did individuals actually wear bell-bottom jeans? “. So, with the expectation that I’ll be taking a look at these every-block pictures 5 or 10 years from now( and possibly you will be, too ), I’m going to be doing my best to record scenes that convey the sense that they were taken in the year 2013 … or at least at some point in the decade of the 2010’s( I have no idea what we’re calling this years yet ). Or perhaps they’ll simply say to us, “This is exactly what it was “like a lots years after 9-11”. Movie posters are an unimportant example of such a time-specific image; I’ve already taken a lot, and I have no idea if I’ll ultimately choose that they deserve publishing. Women’s fashion/styles are another obvious example of a time-specific phenomenon; as well as though I’m certainly not a style specialist, I presumed that I’ll be able to look at some images 10 years from now and mutter to myself, “Did we truly wear shirts like that? Did women truly wear those strange skirts that are short in the front, and long in the back? Did everybody in New york city have a tattoo?”. Another example: I’m fascinated by the interactions that people have with their cellular phones out on the street. It appears that everybody has one, which definitely wasn’t true a years earlier; and it seems that everyone strolls down the street with their eyes and their entire mindful attention riveted on this little box-like device, entirely unconcerned about anything else that may be going on( among other things, that makes it very easy for me to photo them without their even observing, especially if they’ve also got earphones so they can listen to music or carry on a telephone call).
But I cannot help questioning whether this type of social habits will appear bizarre a decade from now … especially if our cellphones have ended up being so miniaturized that they’re included into the glasses we wear, or implanted directly into our eyeballs. Oh, one last thing: I have actually produced a tailored Google Map to reveal the exact details of each day’s photo-walk. I’ll be upgrading it each day, and the most current part of my every-block journey will be marked in red, to separate it from all of the older sectors of the journey, which will be revealed in blue. You can see the map, and peek at it each day to see where I’ve been, by clicking on this link.< a href =" https://email@example.com,-73.97842,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!6m1!4s214668828808758506375.0004dd55cfd57ad70dfe2" rel =" nofollow" > URL link to Ed’s every-block development through Manhattan If you have any recommendations about locations that I need to
absolutely check out to get some good pictures, or if you ‘d like me to picture you in your little corner of New york city City, please let me understand. You can send me a Flickr-mail message, or you can email me straight at ed-at-yourdon-dot-com. Stay tuned as the photo-walk continues, block by block … 2016/366/79 Finest Binary Literary Tattoos in deep space< img alt =" wonder females" src =" https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1696/25826877221_6a2b48d49b.jpg ” width=” 400 “/ > Image by< a href =" http://www.flickr.com/photos/37996646802@N01/25826877221" > cogdogblog The one, the just, Audrey Watters– this was the Marvel Lady posture. IMG_3015 Image by< a href=" http://www.flickr.com/photos/11585720@N04/14940482079" > c_sherm
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the Collings Foundation:.
The Collings Foundation Hosts:.
Battle for the Airfield.
WWII Reenactment and Living History Weekend.
October 10th and 11th.
… An undercover French Resistance Fighter met with the Allied Forces and showed the specific collaborates of the German encampment. The night prior to an elite German force over took a small grass airstrip just a couple of hundred feet away. The Allied Forces had to acquire control of this airfield so they could fly in much-needed products. – It was going to be a hard fight.
How will the battle end? Will the Allied soldiers be able to gain control of the airfield and even more their advancement? You will need to be here to discover. The Collings Structure will host a Living History occasion you will never ever forget. You will have the ability to see original equipment from WWII in action. Everything from the cooking utensils to M1 rifles is initial. The only event of this type – on the planet.– Don’t miss it!
October 10th and 11th.
Open Daily: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
Entry Fee: Grownups/ Children.
This is a public occasion and appointments are not needed.
2 reenactments daily: 11:00 AM and 3:30 PM.
Show will include:.
* Aircraft: TBM Avenger, Wright “” Vin Fiz”” replica, 1909 Bleriot, Fokker DR-I replica, PT-17 Stearman, Cessna UC-78 Bobcat, North American AT-6 Texan, Fiesler Fi-156 Storch, and many more!
* Vehicles: Entire Collings Structure collection – see list for information.
* Collings Structure Present Shop.
* Vetran’s Roundtable Conversation: Hear fantastic stories from WWII Veterans about thier experiences during the war. 1:00 PM on garage floor – both 10/10 and 10/11.
* PT-17 Stearman Rides – Limited Accessibility.
* 0 for 1/2 Hour.
* Call 978-562-9182 for reservations.
* See PT-17 Details here.
* T-6 Texan Rides – Minimal Availability.
* 0 for 45 minutes.
* Call 978-562-9182 for bookings.
* The WWII Battle reenactment will occur twice each day on the turf landing strip in front of the garage. It will occur at 11 AM and 3:30 PM.
* There will be suprises each battle!
* The Collings Structure premises are very great and make a fantastic setting for such an occasion. Getting here is difficult! Click on the link above for instructions.
* The Fiesler FI-156 Storch has an extraordinary history during WWII. This airplane is well understood for its versatility and easy flying qualities. The aircraft that saved Mussolini! (momentarily). We will be flying as part of the battle reenactment.
* Our M-16 Half-Track has been perfectly brought back. The quad mount 50cal gatling gun fully turn. The M-16 will be taking part in the WWII battle reenactments.
* The German 88mm flak cannon was feared by all airmen. Among the very first weapons to have “” pre-programmed”” ammo. This cannon will also belong of the fight reenactments.
* For a “” birds eye”” view of the event- we will be offering PT-17 Stearman and T-6 Texan flights. Flying in these airplane is a lot of enjoyable! Call to reserve your flight: 800-568-8924.
* Post-war German resourcefulness. A Messerschmitt minicar! On screen thanks to the Gould Structure collection.
* It will be the Allied vs. the Axis in an extremely memorable battle re-enactment! This living history perfomance will captivate and educate. It will occur each day at 11 AM and 3:30 PM.
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TGS 2014: Deep Down Is Embed In 2094 New York
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Image from page 223 of “The history of the world; a survey of a guy’s record” (1902 )
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Title: The history of the world; a study of a male’s record Year: 1902 ( 1900s) Authors: Helmolt, Hans F. (Hans Ferdinand), 1865-1929 Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount, 1838-1922
Topics: World history Publisher: New York: Dodd, Mead Contributing Library: University of California Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive View Book Page: Book Audience About This Book: Brochure Entry ViewAll Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration incontext in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Prior to Image: analyzed the Mongolian textand translateil it into French
(. InurnalAsiatiipie). Our illustration sliows the gate, seen from the west, which was restored in 144.)by Lin Puuhien, however has actually considering that fallen as soon as more into decay. At the top we see Gariida above two Nagas withthe tails of snakes. On the lower side to the left, shadeil by the tree, is a bas-relief,– an elephant, mounted by a fantastic kind, on whom a little human figure is seated. The narrow stri|i of orna-mentation to the left is a chain of vajras. On the inside of the rising, which is disappointed inthe image, on the triangul.ar ceiling, a liuddha is seated in each of the inscribed compartments.On the perpendicular walls there are the 2 fantastic engravings between 4 Maharajas (l)hrlaras-tra, playing on a mandolin and buddies) as guardians of eviction. (From a copy in the ownership of the editor of the Documents de Iepoiiue niongole des XIII t XI * siecles, by Prince Roland Bonaparte. Iaris, 1895. Tiivately printed.)
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Doug Kline Detalle Stand “X-Men First Class”
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Chrysler Avenger Estate 1980
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Todd Motors assembled cars and trucks in New Zealand from 1934 to 1987, when the company was offered to Mitsubishi.
The Dead Avengers
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Sophie Turner speaking at the 2015 San Diego Comic Con International, for “”X-Men: Armageddon””, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.
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San Diego Comic-Con 2011 – Gambit
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