Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Issue 57

Bill Mac Donald has published Issue 57 of the L-Tree (linked to the right).  This issue recognizes the centenary of WWI and the place that L-ns-rys played.  If you know more from our tree who fought in the Great War, please let us know.
That war has a great and enduring impact on Canadian identity.  Did you know, for example, that many of the innovations employed by Canadian General Currie were the first move away from generals "fighting the last war" and key to ending the war.  Many of those strategies are still being used today.  British Prime Minister Lloyd George told his biographer that had the war lasted into 1919, he planned to replace Haig with Currie.

>>>> Two notes about this issue:  We are working on fixing some of the pages of this issue and will replace them soon.  A few pages show red or are missing.

>>>> Second:  Please be aware that Adobe Acrobat documents (PDF) will download the beginning of a document and allow you to read those pages while the remainder of the document is still downloading.  If the "Print" command is given before the file is completely downloaded or if you attempt to move quickly to a later page, the result will be an incomplete text.

1 comment:

Claire M. Knight said...

I am not certain if this is the correct place to ask my genealogy question! But maybe if not, you might be able to redirect me. My mother was Fannie Jean Lownsbury from New York state. In researching her lineage, I can with confidence go back several generations. But have a grey area which might be opened if I could see the pedigree line in total. Is there a complete tree in one of the newsletters? Thank you, Claire Moore Knight