Hanging the Artificial Sun
Mud, whiskey, pole dancers and the girl from homeroom… Welcome to the Marine Corps. This is our story. You and I are going to take journey and it will begin with the photo on my desk of a girl from my high school homeroom. Despite the age of the photo I can still feel her magic and remember how sweet the air smelled every time she walked past me in the hallway so many years ago.
1939: The World We Left Behind
The way we see things now is not always how they looked at the time. The task Robert Kee set himself in his chronicle of 1939 was to cut across the demarcation lines of history, to capture the way people perceived the events of the time as they unfolded.