The Train Journey

Blogger sylvie d said...

What an amazing blog!
Would you consider introducing your blog to our friendly blogging community over at Fuelmyblog? I am sure many of our readers/users would be most fascinated by your blog.

Thank you

12:28 PM

Anonymous HistoryUnderground said...

Are you part of the Revolution?

6:34 PM

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3:43 AM

Blogger L said...

how bout that sequel ww2????

3:48 AM

Blogger Christian Hartwig said...

Wonderful idea. As a history teacher I loved reading over the blog. It's also got me thinking trying my hand at something like this with my WWII relatives.

6:38 PM

Blogger LT said...

Absolutely fabulous. I hope you don't mind but I am going to link your site to my grandfathers site. I am tracking my grandfathers life from 1884 - 1961

8:01 PM

Blogger Red Cloud said...

The link does not connect with the War Diaries.

Your blog and the letters provide an insight into what was the worst human-initiated tragedy of the last century; one that we are still coping with today. Yours is a superb use of the internet.

3:29 PM

Blogger lino said...

Hi as a solider myself i have recently decided to start my own blog about my journey to Iraq, while im there and my arrival back to the uk.i just home my blog will be as good as yours in the future. if any ideas to help me improve my blof i would be more then welcome. thanks

pte lino woolfe RAVC

8:54 PM

Blogger Tea N. Crumpet said...

How were things on the homefront? Were people always aware of a war happening or was it like now-- "War? Oh yeah. We're at war. I have a friend of a friend over there. . ." So sad nowadays.

Your blog keeps getting more fascinating. Thank you for including us on the journey!

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