Last week an excellent article was written detailing the American entry into World War One (WWI), so this week I thought I would address a different topic but within a similar period. This is about the Chinese Labour Corp (CLC) – a hidden force within WWI. As many know, WWI pitted many allied powers (including … More The Forgotten Labour Force of World War One
In the election of November 1916 Woodrow Wilson stood firm behind the idea of America staying out of the war, at least in terms of physical troops on the ground. This notion was supported by much of the public and as a result he won the election of 1916. America was certainly not against helping … More America Enters World War One- April 1917
The Bard, The Sweet Swan of Avon, The Immortal, The National Bard of England and An Upstart Crow… Yet three quarters of his plays delved into the comical theatrics of lands further afield, Why? The Merry Wives of Windsor being the only play in contemporary setting was an intended piece of satire published in 1602 … More Britain was never the soul of Will-Why do Shakespeare’s plays gravitate abroad?