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Toronto Militaria Fair at Baron Byng/Beaches Legion
Toronto Militaria Fair Buy, Sell, Trade Military Collectibles and Antiques. Meet re-enactors, modelers, and historians. Dealers from across the Province. Vendor and additional information available on ...

Militaria: Wild Blue Insignia
The youngest service branch is also the most prone to switching its insignia. U.S. military aviation was born under the U.S. Army Signal Corps, which explains why the first fliers' insignia ...

The Golden Rule Is Dying of Covid-19
How the spirit of shared sacrifice present as the pandemic began has shattered into a clash of irreconcilable moral traditions.

7 Emerging Taiwanese Fashion Brands You Need to Know
They’re frequently mentioned in city guides intended for the most discerning streetwear aficionados looking to score the latest from brands like Nike, adidas, Martine Rose, WTAPS and more. But new ...

Historic Carson City home now houses militaria store
Gary Cain sees history every day. Cain, 49, is the owner of Westwall Militaria, located inside the historic Hyman Olcovich House on Curry Street. It’s also where Cain and his family live. “I’ve been a ...

Antiques: How to put a post-lockdown world in the frame
The sell-through rate from online auctions in Ireland in latter weeks not been any different from the world as we all used to know it. One difference is that new bidders have logged on from around the ...

Militaria: Patches Worn By WWII Overseas Commands
Patches from the Army's overseas commands are among the most distinctive — and unheralded — shoulder patches of World War II. They are colorful, in most cases short-lived, and showcase an ...

BEL MOONEY: Why was I so cold and unloving to my dying husband?
Bel advises an older woman who continues to feel guilty about the way she handled her husband's death three years ago.

What Led to the Outbreak of the Flu in 1918?
What had happened to Adolfo? To follow up, I posted a query on the “U.S. Militaria Forum.” Here, military history enthusiasts explained that the Army Corps of Engineers had trained men at Camp A.

Obituary: Christopher Langdon
End of an era' is a phrase much used and often misused but it is surely the right way to describe the death, on 17 April, of Christopher Michael Fane Langdon. Christopher oozed tradition and history.

Surge in sales of armed forces memorabilia on VE Day anniversary year
Known as ‘Militaria’, even staying within the theme of WWII, it includes uniforms, helmets, weapons, mess kits, flags, photos, medals and letters, and legions more. Many people start ...

The watch that symbolises the end of the American Civil War goes to auction in London
Due to be sold by London-based Dix Noonan Webb, a specialist auctioneer and valuer of banknotes, coins, tokens, medals and militaria, on 9 June with a pre-sale estimate of £1,000-2,000 ...