November

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David Daniel Ball B.Sc.('91) Dip.Ed.('92) M.Ed.('97) is a former Math Teacher, whistleblower (failed) and FRP gamer (retired) with little skill, imagination or romance. He became a Christian age 18, much to the utter disgust of his father, and was born again twenty five years later. He likes to sing, but has no sense of rhythm or tone, and is aware singing badly is obnoxious. He ran for government twice and suspects the voters heard him sing. But words are read in the voice of the reader and the song God plants in the heart rises majestically higher than any may dare aspire.

November
 

History in a Year by the Conservative Voice

Authored by Mr David Daniel Ball
Cover design or artwork by Mr May Wa Leng
Edition: 1

I love trivia, even the most trivial can, at times be profound. Here is trivia organised by dates. But there is more. The issue of free speech which goes with opinion is eternally topical. One need not agree with all opinion to accept the validity of it. November includes the day where Shakespeare's The Tempest was first performed seven years after Othello was first thought to be performed at the Palace of Whitehall. The loyalist head of South Vietnamese special forces was killed as part of a US backed coup. The Australian military began a war against Emu. The second Muslim Caliph was assassinated by a Persian slave. World War I ended, and was remembered.


Publication Date:
2015-07-27
ISBN/EAN13:
1507851782 / 9781507851784
Page Count:
610
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
History / World / General




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