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Remains of Serviceman MIA In The Cambodian Jungle During the Vietnam War – Finally Found and Identified.

Remains of Serviceman MIA In The Cambodian Jungle During the Vietnam War – Finally Found and Identified.

2 weeks ago
Above Photo: The jungles of Asia still contain hundreds of thousands of dead, from both sides of the Vietnam War. My novel BACK deals with the Vietnam War ‘then and now’ in the jungles of Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, and especially the fate of US MIAs and POWs in this remote area.  So I was interested to read that the remains of ... Read More
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Visiting Vietnam War Battle Sites: Dak To Airfield, Kontum Province.

Visiting Vietnam War Battle Sites: Dak To Airfield, Kontum Province.

1 week ago
Above Photo: At Dak To airfield, standing in drying cassava, with the battle site of Charlie Hill right behind. On a recent BACK-related trip into the tri-border area of Kontum Province, looking for sites and sights from the Vietnam War, my guide took me to a large, abandoned US airfield near Dak To. Panorama of Dak To airfield during the Vietnam ... Read More
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Remains of Serviceman MIA In The Cambodian Jungle During the Vietnam War – Finally Found and Identified.

Remains of Serviceman MIA In The Cambodian Jungle During the Vietnam War – Finally Found and Identified.

2 weeks ago
Above Photo: The jungles of Asia still contain hundreds of thousands of dead, from both sides of the Vietnam War. My novel BACK deals with the Vietnam War ‘then and now’ in the jungles of Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, and especially the fate of US MIAs and POWs in this remote area.  So I was interested to read that the remains of ... Read More
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John Atkinson Grimshaw’s Paintings of Liverpool’s Dock Road.

John Atkinson Grimshaw’s Paintings of Liverpool’s Dock Road.

3 years ago
Liverpool from Wapping (1875)  I’m a massive fan of John Atkinson Grimshaw’s art. For many years I have seen his paintings of Liverpool’s Dock Road (shown above and below) in books, articles and even pubs all over the UK. I’ve always thought they were magnificent examples of Victorian urban art, and they came across my path again recently when I ... Read More
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Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Killing Cave.

Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Killing Cave.

22 hours ago
I recently visited the city of Battambang in Cambodia. I had few expectations about it, but it turned out to be a very pleasant, friendly place. It is apparently Cambodia’s second city – although I suspect Siem Reap and SIhanoukville might have something to say about that these days. The cave was at the top of this mountain I have been to ... Read More
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