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Pieter Bruegel

Lully, lullay, thou little tiny Child,
Bye, bye, lully, lullay.
Lullay, thou little tiny Child,
Bye, bye, lully, lullay.
O sisters too, how may we do,
For to preserve this day
This poor youngling for whom we do sing
Bye, bye, lully, lullay.
Herod, the king, in his raging,
Charged he hath this day
His men of might, in his own sight,
All children young to [...]

Terry Fox


My name is Terry Fox. I am 21 years old, and I am an amputee. I lost my right leg two-and-a-half years ago due to cancer. The night before my amputation, my former basketball coach brought me a magazine with an article on an amputee who ran in the New York Marathon. It was then [...]

Winter Olympics



The 21st Winter Olympics in Vancouver has now come to an end. In the short span of 17 days, I have experienced sheer joy, profound respect and unbridled pride. Other than Shane Koyczan’s poem at the opening ceremony,I can think of no other words to define my emotions accurately:
We can stand here today
filled with all [...]

First Canadian Olympic Team


This is the only known picture of the first Canadian Olympic team:
[In 1908], for the first time, the Canadian Olympic team was named based on results from Olympic Trials and were primarily funded by the government. All team members proudly wore the maple leaf. This was the first time that the Olympic Motto “Citius, [...]

Will Rafuse


…Vancouver, 1912. Vancouver is a bustling city. Hastings Street is at the heart of the downtown core. It is the place to “see and be seen”. The city’s most popular theatres, restaurants, dance halls, and hotels are all located in the first three blocks of East Hastings Street. In that year, Antonio Demetry establishes a [...]

Amy Mallard


Amy Mallard was probably as unpopular in Toombs County as her husband Robert Mallard had been before he was lynched. The lynching had caused a lot of trouble… [Mallard] had been a “real uppity nigger” — some said he even wanted to be called mister — and most of Toombs County thought he’d gotten just [...]

HMS Royal Oak



HMS Royal Oak was a Revenge-class battleship of the British Royal Navy, torpedoed at anchor by the German submarine U-47 on 14 October 1939. Launched in 1914 and completed in 1916, Royal Oak first saw action at the Battle of Jutland. In peacetime, she served in the Atlantic, Home and Mediterranean fleets, coming under accidental [...]

Wartime Aerial Photographs


Long before the days of Google Earth, highly skilled airmen who took [these pictures] flew alone, by day and night, in unarmed Spitfires relying on their wits as they risked their lives to capture the images on their plane-mounted cameras. Sometimes their planes were painted pink, as the unusual colour proved very good at hiding [...]

Holland Tunnel Opens


Holland Tunnel opened on November 13, 1927, with President Coolidge pressing a golden lever that triggered American flags on both sides of the tunnel to separate. This photo shows trucks and cars crossing the Hudson River through the tunnel, providing access from New York City to New Jersey.
Image from ArtDaily.

End of WWI



The final Allied push towards the German border began on October 17, 1918. As the British, French and American armies advanced, the alliance between the Central Powers began to collapse. Turkey signed an armistice at the end of October, Austria-Hungary followed on November 3.
Germany began to crumble from within. Faced with the prospect of returning [...]