• ANZAC by Scott Brand

    On the 25th April 1915, Australian and New Zealand forces stepped ashore onto the beaches of the Gallipoli Peninsular, Turkey. They were part of a large expeditionary force comprising of British, Indian, Newfoundland and French forces, with the aim of fighting their way into Turkey and capturing Constantinople (modern day Istanbul), the capital of the […]

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  • 10 interesting facts about Germany

    Germany, it’s proudly the seventh most visited country in the world and it sure is packed with so many things to see and do, there’s no wonder people flock there in their droves. Whether it’s a city break, Christmas market trip, a cross country tour or even a historical pilgrimage, there’s something for everyone in […]

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  • Coach Holidays: Breaking the Stereotype

    You could probably stereotype any type of holiday, from an 18-30s or a couples’ retreat, and if we don’t usually associate ourselves with those we assume we would be travelling with, it could well be a make or break factor. But, what about coach holidays? Who exactly would you be travelling with? What sort of […]

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  • The Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial Site – Part Two

    The abandonment of Soviet prisoners by Stalin and the subsequent re-establishment of the camp as a special Gulag. The first Soviet prisoners arrived at Sachsenhausen in August 1941. By the end of the year, more than 11,000 of these living skeletons were being held in the camp in appalling conditions. Impossible work conditions, meagre rations […]

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  • Paul Reed: Dunkirk

    A new Second World War film has just been released by well-known director Christopher Nolan. Best known for his Batman series of films, Nolan is British and it is quite remarkable that he has been able to bring what is uniquely a British story into a Hollywood movie. It promises to bring one of the […]

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