Sacrifices Buried

Throughout the Second World War in the European theatre—from the invasion of Poland to Operation Barbarossa and the Fall of Berlin—the Allied Powers fought vigorously and sacrificed much to eradicate the evilest regime in the history of the world. Tens of millions died from the battlefields to the bombed cities and the concentration camps, both … Continue reading Sacrifices Buried

The Joy of Stamp Collecting

Stamp collecting is a hobby that has existed for generations, going back to the mid-1800s just a few decades after the first postage stamps were produced. Also called philately, which is specifically the study of stamps and postal history, this hobby is among the most fulfilling and fascinating ones that are still somewhat common. Although … Continue reading The Joy of Stamp Collecting

2018 Annual Book Review

Over this last year, I have had the privilege to read countless books as part of my academic studies as well as for personal pleasure, and with the year coming to an end, I feel it is necessary to review many of the most important books I have read. These books range through a variety … Continue reading 2018 Annual Book Review