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Modernist Women Writers and War: Trauma and the Female Body in Djuna Barnes, H.D., and Gertrude Stein by Julie Goodspeed-Chadwick. $17.00. Author: Julie Goodspeed-Chadwick. Publisher: LSU Press (January 1, 2011). 170 pages

Gertrude Stein 1921 poet, saloniste"Gertrude Stein (February 3, 1874 – July 27, 1946) was an American writer and thinker who spent most of her life in France.[1] She was well known for her writing, her art collection, and the many people (some of whom were, or became, famous) who visited her Paris salon.

great portrait of Gertrude Stein, 1913, by Alvin Langdon Coburn. She was a handsome woman as well as a commanding presence

In this June 18, 1965 file photo, an unidentified U.S. Army soldier wears a hand lettered "War Is Hell" slogan on his helmet, in Vietnam. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

Prisoner - Vietnam War By the "preservers of freedom", the USA.

Russian children caught in the Blitz. Thousands of women and children suffered and died in this massive effort to stop war.

Shell shock...they never forget what happen during war time.

Woman with knife wounds. Genocide Museum | The Armenian Genocide Museum-institute

For those unfamiliar with the late-Gertrude Stein's notoriously difficult writing, a quick glance at one of her most famous pieces, Sacred Emily, should provide enough background with which to appreciate the following rejection letter; sent to Stein by her despairing editor in 1912 after receiving one of her rambling manuscripts.

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Saving Auschwitz: Is It Really Possible?

Auschwitz, now.

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Listening to Britain, edited by Paul Addison and Jeremy A Crang

Southend, Essex, 1941. Photograph: Science & Society Picture Library

Global Wars, hatred, ethnic cleansing,..are the result of Satan being ousted from heaven when Jesus began ruling as King of God's Kingdom. See Rev. 12:9-12,17 The original serpent, Satan is enraged, first going after Jehovah's people, then wreaking havoc on earth, persecuting those doing the life saving preaching work.

Two decades of Bosnian war memories – from a photographer on the front-line: "Once the fire started, there was no way to stop it; all we could do is watch until it burned itself out.