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By Dr. Clifton Wilcox
The Battle of Dunnichen is significant since it marked the turning point in the history of the Picts and marked their independence from the Kingdom of Northumbria. Not only is this possibly the best documented event in the history of the Picts, but it also allowed them to overthrow the Northumbrian rule and the dark shadow it cast over all northern peoples. Without the leadership of King Bridei and his courageous followers, Scotland as we know it may not have existed. The battle also helped to define the Scottish/English border that remains today, a border that could have been pushed further north by the Northumbrians if they had not been stopped.
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By Dr. Clifton Wilcox
The Battle of Dunnichen is significant since it marked the turning point in the history of the Picts and marked their independence from the Kingdom of Northumbria. Not only is this possibly the best documented event in the history of the Picts, but it also allowed them to overthrow the Northumbrian rule and the dark shadow it cast over all northern peoples. Without the leadership of King Bridei and his courageous followers, Scotland as we know it may not have existed. The battle also helped to define the Scottish/English border that remains today, a border that could have been pushed further north by the Northumbrians if they had not been stopped.
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By Dr. Clifton Wilcox
The Battle of Dunnichen is significant since it marked the turning point in the history of the Picts and marked their independence from the Kingdom of Northumbria. Not only is this possibly the best documented event in the history of the Picts, but it also allowed them to overthrow the Northumbrian rule and the dark shadow it cast over all northern peoples. Without the leadership of King Bridei and his courageous followers, Scotland as we know it may not have existed. The battle also helped to define the Scottish/English border that remains today, a border that could have been pushed further north by the Northumbrians if they had not been stopped.
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By Ivo Vukcevich
Retired professor of political science, New York born Dr. Ivo Vukcevich is the author of Rex Germanorum Populus Sclavorum – An Inquiry into the Origin & Early History of the Serbs/Slavs of Sarmatia, Germania, & Illyria, translated as Slavenska Germanija. A recognized authority on Slavic pre-history and contemporary South Slavic national-political issues, in Croatia - Ludwig von Gaj and the Croats are Herrenvolk Goths Syndrome, based mainly on standard Croat sources, Dr. Vukcevich introduces the reader to Ludwig von Gaj, the mid-nineteenth Creator of Croat nationhood as well as national identity issues in modern Croatia, with special attention to Croat-Serb relations. A work in progress examines the 800-year history of the Banat of Croatia in Hungary.
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By Ivo Vukcevich
Retired professor of political science, New York born Dr. Ivo Vukcevich is the author of Rex Germanorum Populus Sclavorum – An Inquiry into the Origin & Early History of the Serbs/Slavs of Sarmatia, Germania, & Illyria, translated as Slavenska Germanija. A recognized authority on Slavic pre-history and contemporary South Slavic national-political issues, in Croatia - Ludwig von Gaj and the Croats are Herrenvolk Goths Syndrome, based mainly on standard Croat sources, Dr. Vukcevich introduces the reader to Ludwig von Gaj, the mid-nineteenth Creator of Croat nationhood as well as national identity issues in modern Croatia, with special attention to Croat-Serb relations. A work in progress examines the 800-year history of the Banat of Croatia in Hungary.
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By Ivo Vukcevich
Retired professor of political science, New York born Dr. Ivo Vukcevich is the author of Rex Germanorum Populus Sclavorum – An Inquiry into the Origin & Early History of the Serbs/Slavs of Sarmatia, Germania, & Illyria, translated as Slavenska Germanija. A recognized authority on Slavic pre-history and contemporary South Slavic national-political issues, in Croatia - Ludwig von Gaj and the Croats are Herrenvolk Goths Syndrome, based mainly on standard Croat sources, Dr. Vukcevich introduces the reader to Ludwig von Gaj, the mid-nineteenth Creator of Croat nationhood as well as national identity issues in modern Croatia, with special attention to Croat-Serb relations. A work in progress examines the 800-year history of the Banat of Croatia in Hungary.
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By MILTON PASHCOW
World War II was upon us. Survival on both sides was paramount, sometimes disregarding simple humaneness. We were strongly influenced by how the civilians faced the many shortages and upheavals of their former lives. To the contrary, ensuring a fountain of plenty for the soldiers’ existence was the military PX “minishopping center.” I and others must confess to abusing the privileges afforded by the generous handout it made available. Cigarettes, chocolate, chewing gum, coffee, sugar, and other basic elements (no alcohol) provided cash for us. None of these basic necessities were available to civilians. As a result, intensive small-scale black marketeering was inevitable. Survival demanded it. For our customers, it made life tolerable. For us it gave access to much of life’s guilty pleasures —what we missed most, good food, some fun, liquor, and female companionship. Yes, they were the basic human drives, but understandably and undeniably still human; not the time for self-critiquing, or so we thought. Some of my adventures finally led me to my future Sicilian wife, who taught me the true meaning of steadfast affection. Her laborious travels following my movements through war from Italy convinced me and finally led to her joining me in New York. Visions of home were never far. “There is no place like home” never had truer meaning.
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By MILTON PASHCOW
World War II was upon us. Survival on both sides was paramount, sometimes disregarding simple humaneness. We were strongly influenced by how the civilians faced the many shortages and upheavals of their former lives. To the contrary, ensuring a fountain of plenty for the soldiers’ existence was the military PX “minishopping center.” I and others must confess to abusing the privileges afforded by the generous handout it made available. Cigarettes, chocolate, chewing gum, coffee, sugar, and other basic elements (no alcohol) provided cash for us. None of these basic necessities were available to civilians. As a result, intensive small-scale black marketeering was inevitable. Survival demanded it. For our customers, it made life tolerable. For us it gave access to much of life’s guilty pleasures —what we missed most, good food, some fun, liquor, and female companionship. Yes, they were the basic human drives, but understandably and undeniably still human; not the time for self-critiquing, or so we thought. Some of my adventures finally led me to my future Sicilian wife, who taught me the true meaning of steadfast affection. Her laborious travels following my movements through war from Italy convinced me and finally led to her joining me in New York. Visions of home were never far. “There is no place like home” never had truer meaning.
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By MILTON PASHCOW
World War II was upon us. Survival on both sides was paramount, sometimes disregarding simple humaneness. We were strongly influenced by how the civilians faced the many shortages and upheavals of their former lives. To the contrary, ensuring a fountain of plenty for the soldiers’ existence was the military PX “minishopping center.” I and others must confess to abusing the privileges afforded by the generous handout it made available. Cigarettes, chocolate, chewing gum, coffee, sugar, and other basic elements (no alcohol) provided cash for us. None of these basic necessities were available to civilians. As a result, intensive small-scale black marketeering was inevitable. Survival demanded it. For our customers, it made life tolerable. For us it gave access to much of life’s guilty pleasures —what we missed most, good food, some fun, liquor, and female companionship. Yes, they were the basic human drives, but understandably and undeniably still human; not the time for self-critiquing, or so we thought. Some of my adventures finally led me to my future Sicilian wife, who taught me the true meaning of steadfast affection. Her laborious travels following my movements through war from Italy convinced me and finally led to her joining me in New York. Visions of home were never far. “There is no place like home” never had truer meaning.
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By Sten F. Vedi

This book challenges the general assumption that William Shakespeare was the sole author of “Hamlet”. It is maintained that the plot line and the characters were drawn up by someone else. This someone is thought to have been a person of high rank, a feudal prince, in the Elizabethan society.  Being a nobleman whose constant presence at Court was expected, he must have been familiar with life, gossip and intrigues of the Court. Furthermore, he had knowledge about the Danish court and Elsinore, probably imparted to him by envoys who had visited Elsinore. The scene of the play is Elsinore, but it mirrors the English court. In “Elsinore is revisited” we walk in the footsteps of the Queen’s envoys to see if we can discover how and why the site of Elsinore entered into the play and we meet men like Ramelius alias Polonius, but also Rosencrantz and Guildenstern who all entered the portrait gallery of famous characters in world literature. The purpose of Revisiting Elsinore has been to find a key to unveil the secret co-author of Hamlet. This has been done partly by a renewed reading of some primary and secondary sources, partly by discovery of an hitherto overlooked or neglected primary source.

 


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By Sten F. Vedi

This book challenges the general assumption that William Shakespeare was the sole author of “Hamlet”. It is maintained that the plot line and the characters were drawn up by someone else. This someone is thought to have been a person of high rank, a feudal prince, in the Elizabethan society.  Being a nobleman whose constant presence at Court was expected, he must have been familiar with life, gossip and intrigues of the Court. Furthermore, he had knowledge about the Danish court and Elsinore, probably imparted to him by envoys who had visited Elsinore. The scene of the play is Elsinore, but it mirrors the English court. In “Elsinore is revisited” we walk in the footsteps of the Queen’s envoys to see if we can discover how and why the site of Elsinore entered into the play and we meet men like Ramelius alias Polonius, but also Rosencrantz and Guildenstern who all entered the portrait gallery of famous characters in world literature. The purpose of Revisiting Elsinore has been to find a key to unveil the secret co-author of Hamlet. This has been done partly by a renewed reading of some primary and secondary sources, partly by discovery of an hitherto overlooked or neglected primary source.

 


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By Sten F. Vedi

This book challenges the general assumption that William Shakespeare was the sole author of “Hamlet”. It is maintained that the plot line and the characters were drawn up by someone else. This someone is thought to have been a person of high rank, a feudal prince, in the Elizabethan society.  Being a nobleman whose constant presence at Court was expected, he must have been familiar with life, gossip and intrigues of the Court. Furthermore, he had knowledge about the Danish court and Elsinore, probably imparted to him by envoys who had visited Elsinore. The scene of the play is Elsinore, but it mirrors the English court. In “Elsinore is revisited” we walk in the footsteps of the Queen’s envoys to see if we can discover how and why the site of Elsinore entered into the play and we meet men like Ramelius alias Polonius, but also Rosencrantz and Guildenstern who all entered the portrait gallery of famous characters in world literature. The purpose of Revisiting Elsinore has been to find a key to unveil the secret co-author of Hamlet. This has been done partly by a renewed reading of some primary and secondary sources, partly by discovery of an hitherto overlooked or neglected primary source.

 


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By Sten F. Vedi

This book challenges the general assumption that William Shakespeare was the sole author of “Hamlet”. It is maintained that the plot line and the characters were drawn up by someone else. This someone is thought to have been a person of high rank, a feudal prince, in the Elizabethan society.  Being a nobleman whose constant presence at Court was expected, he must have been familiar with life, gossip and intrigues of the Court. Furthermore, he had knowledge about the Danish court and Elsinore, probably imparted to him by envoys who had visited Elsinore. The scene of the play is Elsinore, but it mirrors the English court. In “Elsinore is revisited” we walk in the footsteps of the Queen’s envoys to see if we can discover how and why the site of Elsinore entered into the play and we meet men like Ramelius alias Polonius, but also Rosencrantz and Guildenstern who all entered the portrait gallery of famous characters in world literature. The purpose of Revisiting Elsinore has been to find a key to unveil the secret co-author of Hamlet. This has been done partly by a renewed reading of some primary and secondary sources, partly by discovery of an hitherto overlooked or neglected primary source.

 


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