War Stories

This Wartime Postcard Took 64 Years To Deliver

Julie M Green | Posted 11.10.2015 | Canada Living
Julie M Green

Somewhere in England, November 4th 1943... Thus began a postcard that took 64 years to deliver. Though the ink is still legible, the paper has yellowed. On the front is a picture of the Old Curiosity shop that Charles Dickens used to visit in London. It was a simple detail that Loyes Denny wanted to share with his baby sister, Mary.

EXCERPT: Nobel Prize Winner Leymah Gbowee's Mighty Be Our Powers

Justin Hosker | Posted 01.20.2012 | Canada
Justin Hosker

This is not a traditional war story. It is about an army of women in white standing up when no one else would -- unafraid, because the worst things imaginable had already happened to us. It is about how we found the moral clarity, persistence and bravery to raise our voices against war and restore sanity to our land.