Flat-Earth-Academy.com- History Pages


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This, for the moment, is mainly a placeholder. There are direct links to the following elsewhere.

One Life, In A Page- a novel way of looking at the history of YOU- . (Don't be alarmed when that takes you to a wywtk.com page... it should!)

Transcriptions of letters from 1945 relating the experiences of a Dutch girl, aged about 12 at the start or World War II. Her experiences were not as extreme as her near contemporary and fellow Hollander Anne Frank, but she is relating another story from the same time and place.

A curious example of how things were different... not so long ago. (This one, isn't about something "your ought to know". It will "just", I hope, amuse you.) (It doesn't have links from elsewhere.)


Search across all my sites with the Google search button at the top of the page the link will take you to.

Search just this site without using forms,
Or... again to search just this site, use...

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The search engine merely looks for the words you type, so....
  *!  Spell them properly   !*
  Don't bother with "How do I get rich?" That will merely return pages with "how", "do", "I", "get" and "rich".

I have other sites. My Google custom search button will include things from them....
   One of my SheepdogGuides pages.
   My site at Arunet.

Ad from page's editor: Yes.. I do enjoy compiling these things for you... I hope they are helpful. However.. this doesn't pay my bills!!! If you find this stuff useful, (and you run an MS-DOS or Windows PC) please visit my freeware and shareware page, download something, and circulate it for me? Links on your page to this page would also be appreciated!

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This page's editor, Tom Boyd, will be pleased if you get in touch by email. Suggestions welcomed! Please cite "FEA/his/indexhis.htm".

Test for valid HTML Page has been tested for compliance with INDUSTRY (not MS-only) standards, using the free, publicly accessible validator at validator.w3.org. It passes in some important ways, but still needs work to fully meet HTML 5 expectations. (If your browser hides your history, you may have to put the page's URL into the validator by hand. Check what page the validator looked at before becoming alarmed by a "not found" or "wrong doctype".)

AND passes... Test for valid CSS

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