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Hot topic are discussions on the latest topics from music, sports, news, to what's going on in your hood. We will also discuss more about the Ebola virus and how it affect us, NBA shortening the season, B.E.T Award show winners and performances, A3C festival and performances and so much more. So if you want to talk to the hostess Adonis Da Certified Specialist or just listen call in at 760-542- 3911 or listen at www.blogtalkradio.com/worldwarradio.
Hot topic are discussions on the latest topics from music, sports, news, to what's going on in your hood. We will also discuss about the Ebola virus and how it affect us. So if you want to talk to the hostess Adonis Da Certified Specialist or just listen call in at 760-542- 3911 or listen at www.blogtalkradio.com/worldwarradio.
Wednesday August 20, 3 pm ET The Halli Casser-Jayne Show takes a look at World War I through the eyes of history and the voice of a poet. Marking the 100th anniversary of World War I, Halli welcomes critically acclaimed war historian William Philpott and the world’s leading scholar of the Great War poet Siegfried Sassoon Jean Moorcroft Wilson.
William Philpott is Professor of the History of Warfare in the Department of War studies at King’s College London. He is a specialist in the history of Anglo-French relations, British Strategy, and the history of the French army. Philpott is the author of Three Armies on the Somme, The First Battle of the Twentieth Century, Blood Victory: The Battle of the Somme and the Making of the Twentieth Century, Anglo-French Relations and Strategy on the Western Front, 1914-1918, Anglo-French Defense Relations between the Wars, Palgrave Concise Atlas of the First World War, and Palgrave Advances in Modern Military History. In his latest book War of Attrition, Fighting the First World War, Philpott takes a look at the causes and effects of The First World War, bringing new revelations of the first truly modern war to light, the war that shaped the twentieth century.
Jean Moorcroft Wilson lectures in English Literature at Birkbeck College, University of London. She is married to Virginia Woolf’s nephew. In her latest book, Siegfried Sassoon, Soldier, Poet, Lover, Friend, Wilson takes an in-depth look at the man considered a key figure in the study of the poetry of the Great War. Her previous works include I Was an English Poet: Biography of Sir William Watson, Virginia Woolf, Life and London: A Biography of Place, The Selected Poems of Isaac Rosenberg.
Our country is at WAR! We are at war with terrorist and we are at war with our policymakers and the administration! No one seems to want to tell the truth and the world is falling apart and on fire! What must we do to survive and stay safe? A discussion we'll be having! So join @gskirocks, @freedomlight_ and @airwavesamerica tonight at 9pm Eastern!
Pope Francis said on Saturday the spate of conflicts around the globe today were effectively a "piecemeal" Third World War, condemning the arms trade and "plotters of terrorism" sowing death and destruction.
"Humanity needs to weep and this is the time to weep," Francis said in the homily of a Mass during a visit to Italy's largest war memorial, a large, Fascist-era monument where more than 100,000 soldiers who died in World War One are buried.
Obama is so incredibly weak, and empty that it would seem to lend proof to those who say he is trying to destroy America. Is he a Muslim that is siding with the Muslims who want to destroy America? He caused the biggest immigration crisis in our history.
Israel has never had worse support by a President. Putin is stronger. Assad is stronger. Iran is stronger. Al Qaeda is stronger. Disasters in Egypt, Syria, Libya, Ukraine. Record debt. Poverty at an all-time high, The Gitmo 5, Illegal Alien disaster, The VA scandal, Fast and Furious scandal, Benghazi scandal, IRS scandal, NSA scandal, Obamacare, and the list is so long it can't all be placed here; he turned victory in Iraq into the mess we see now. Tune in for more Thursday Sept 18 at 11:AM
We are bombarded every day with news of rebels in Syria that must be "dealt with", rebels that we kind fo actually armed. Ukranians rebelling and Russia supposedly needing to be "dealt with", China "misbehaving" and needing to be "dealt with". Why? Why is our government pushing so hard in the direction of war?
Historical cycles have shown us time and again that in times of economic and trade wars, actual "hot" wars are soon found. Why is this happening now? And what are the repercussions for Americans if we end up in a global war, perhaps on several fronts?
And we will talk about the current push for opening up a super highway for illegal immigration and the effect it is having on America.
What should you be doing as this is rushing at America headlong?
Join me tonight for discussion of the dangerous world we are living in, (and creating) and for ideas on what you should be doing now to try and prevent us from following this dangerous path, and preparing for what may come if we continue to push our nation into war.
Call in number is 347-308-8790, and there is a chat room that accompnaies the show where you can comment and ask questions in real time.
Hope to see you here,
The 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War is upon us. When the Austro- Hungarian armies army crossed the Serbian border on August 10th, 1914, the peoples of Europe, who had enjoyed the longest consecutive period of peace in 1,000 years were entirely unaware that their lives and the civilization they had built would soon be consumed in a conflagration that would sweep away it away. Lost in time and obscured by the even more catastrophic events of the Second World War, the Great War nevertheless provided a watershed in world history as nations, monarchies, empires and long venerated institutions came tumbling down, leaving ruins which it would take nearly 75 years to rebuild. What were the causes of this catastrophe? What were the consequences for the West and how relevant are the lessons of that First World War to our contemporary world? . These and other issues will be addressed by this important AFA Conference of the Air featuring Sean McMeekin ( author of July 1914); Douglas Bardow ( Cato Institute); Diana West (author of Death of the Grown Up); David Pryce Jones ( author of The Closed Circle) and Richard Weikart ( author of Darwin to Hitler)
As we mark the centenary of the start of the First World War, we need to recall the contribution of Black - African, African Caribbean and African American - people to the Allied war effort, and the tremendous sacrifices they made.
Perhaps more importantly, we need to recall the devastation the war caused to the African continent. When you see pictures of starving children in Africa, remember that this poverty and destitution partly had its origins in World War One.
There are many lessons we have yet to learn from the First World War.
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