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I was around sixteen years old when I first met #British #Trotskyist Bill Hunter, who recently died at the age of 95. Few words are adequate to describe such a phenomenal personality, who for all his life was committed to the cause for #Marxism and in whose life time, witnessed major global #events, from the second world war, to the fall of the #SovietUnion: http://totallyhussein.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/bill-hunter-life-of-revolutionary.html?utm_source=BP_recent

Since the beginning of the year, many people have been discussing the events surrounding the tenth anniversary of Iraq and examining the various impacts which have arisen since 2003. In debates with friends, I discovered with the resurgence of interest on Iraq, that what was lacking in all the talk, was a clear examination of the psychological impact, that ten years of war has had on the minds of Iraqi children. link: http://totallyhussein.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/the-iraq-war-within.html

Despite being fundamentally aware of what we need to do, why do we often fail to apply? Why are we all not at peace? The answer is simple.

This week marks a poignant time as it is 68 years since the liberation of the Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp by the British Army during World War Two. For myself, it has added meaning for two reason because my grandfather was among the British soldiers who first went into the camp and also because it was where Anne Frank and her sister Margot perished. Link: http://totallyhussein.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/bergen-belsen-april-1945.html

A Time to Remember is an article by Hussein Al-alak, which describes how during the #England Vs #Poland match in October, the 18.000 strong #Polish fans remembered the bravery of their World War Two Airmen, who bravely defended #Britain, whilst also fighting the NAZI occupation of their country. You can read A Time to Remember in full over on http://totallyhussein.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/a-time-to-remember.html

This week marks a poignant time as it is 68 years since the liberation of the Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp by the British Army during World War Two. For myself, it has added meaning for two reason because my grandfather was among the British soldiers who first went into the camp and also because it was where Anne Frank and her sister Margot perished. Link: http://totallyhussein.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/bergen-belsen-april-1945.html

General Władysław Sikorski, the C-in-C of the Polish Armed Forces, decorating Pilot Officer Jan Zumbach of the 303 Polish Fighter Squadron with the Cross of Valour (Krzyż Walecznych). Zumbach is being decorated for shooting down his eleventh enemy plane. Pilot Officer Witold Łokuciewski, on Zumbach's left, awaiting his turn to be decorated. Both airmen are holders of the Distinguished Flying Cross, which ribbons are visible on their uniforms. 1941-10-29

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