Archive for the ‘White European History’ Category

White European history – March 27th, 2015

Friday, March 27th, 2015

U.K: King Richard III to be buried in a tomb “fit for a royal” at Leicester Cathedral

Canada: Navy divers to help Parks Canada archeologists explore the sunken wreck of HMS Erebus

Greece: Stunning finds from ancient shipwreck

U.K: Tram works unearth piece of Scottish pre-history

U.S: Two sunken canal boats from mid-1800s found in Lake Ontario

Parkwood and “The Bomb Girls”

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

The article linked to below (1) is about movies filmed at the Parkwood Estate in Oshawa, and pays no attention to the very popular “Bomb Girls” TV series. But the fact that so many successful movies were filmed at Parkwood demonstrates very clearly the value of this important part of Oshawa’s history as a genuine background for historical representations.


White European history – Oct. 12th, 2014

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Spain: Bronze Age site reveals palace, tombs of “El Argar” civilisation

U.K: Neolithic Henges found that are older than the Pyramids

Canada: Franklin Expedition’s HMS Erebus found

Spain: Copper Age settlement discovered

U.K: Stonehenge secrets slowly being unravelled

White European history – Sept. 5th, 2014

Friday, September 5th, 2014

Ten items in total…

U.K: The Ninth Legion and the English-Scottish border

France: Iron-age graveyard expected to provide insight into Celtic life

England: Mary Rose longbow archers identified by repetitive strain injuries


White European history – Nov. 3rd, 2013

Sunday, November 3rd, 2013

Vikings purchased silk from Persia, possibly China

Scottish “pit calendar” 10,000 years old

Ice Age Columbus: Europeans were in America 17,000 years ago

Arrows across America: The transcontinental air mail route

Roman Britain: Art, sex slaves, public executions

Bronze Age log boats discovered in the UK

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

-The boats, the largest of them 28 feet long, are thought to have been used for ferrying cargo and passengers in the Fens some 3,500 years ago.

-Now being preserved for future study and as a tourist attraction.

-Log boats from the Bronze Age have been found before, but never have so many been found in the same place.

-Each of the boats was hewn from a single tree trunk, six of them oaks, one alder and one lime -The log boats resemble the elegant vessels used in the annual Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

See here.

The last of the ‘Battle of Britain’ heroes dies

Saturday, October 27th, 2012

William Walker, the last surviving member of that gallant group of fighter pilots known as “The Few”, died on October 22nd at the age of 99.

Without them, the Luftwaffe would have obtained the necessary mastery of the air needed to enable the invasion of Britain by the Axis powers, thus enabling the Third Reich to defeat the Soviets and last for 1,000 years.


European Union: The beginning of the end?

Thursday, July 12th, 2012

They say that if a frog is dropped into a pot of boiling water it will promptly jump out, but if it is dropped into warm water which is then slowly heated, it will remain unaware of  the danger and will die.  In this case, we are looking at Britain’s slow immersion into the dangerous waters of the European Union. 


‘Friedwald’ forest burials

Monday, March 26th, 2012

I was very pleased to read the following article, as I have already put some thought to what I would like done with my ashes after I’m gone.


Sea storm unveils ancient town on Bulgaria’s coast

Friday, February 17th, 2012 (Serbia)
February 10th, 2012

The wall of an ancient building, most likely from Roman times, emerged in Sarafovo, near the Black Sea city of Burgas Wednesday.