Recap Review, July 20 Edition

We’ve tapped into some very interesting and diverse blogs this week, some of which mark the first of their kind for blog reviews here at Do You Digg It.

Week In Review, July 20, 2009

  • The first post of the week was a review for Steven Terjesen’s World War II History blog. Steve is preserving the facts of the past for future generations and history buffs alike.  It’s an important blog with an important purpose, and one of great interest as we follow along day by day with this date in WWII history.
  • Not exactly a blog review, but if you’ve an interest in Steve’s WWII blog you will enjoy this story of a chance meeting with a WWII soldier between our own Sean Rasmussen’s and a veteran soldier.  Enjoy this story of an ANZAC Legend.
  • Michael Sauers is showing everyone how the new information age is ushering in new importance and practices in the field of the library sciences.  Read about the new evolution of information access at the Travelin’ Librarian.
  • Ringing the not-so-traditional school bell is Carol Richtsmeier of the Bellringers Blog.  Come learn about education in the trenches from a seasoned expert, and enjoy this woman’s love of life and positive spirit.
  • Finally to wrap the week we have more in the field of education, a site developed expressly for the purpose of helping you make the most of your educational endeavors.  Get in sync with your future at Admission Sync.

We had more firsts and great blogs last week.  Check them out here at the July 13 Recap Review.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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Preserving The Past

wwii-historyWhere to Find World War II History:
Blog URL: http://wwarii.com/blog/
Category: History, Education, Personal Interests

World War II History

Steven Terjeson is one blogger who understands the importance of “preserving the past for the future”. His blog is a testament and an exercise in that.

World War II History – Why You Should Go

Steven Terjeson considers World War II to be the world’s greatest war. Certainly, it has many lessons to teach to us all—many lessons of extreme importance that should never be lost at any cost. Terjeson is doing his part and more to ensure that does not happen. He maintains this site in part as a hobby of interest, but in larger part as an easily accessible, ongoing history lesson and project to keep the knowledge of the past alive.

In his own words, Terjeson describes his site:

“World War II History (WWarII.com) is dedicated to preserving and promoting the history and historical value of the greatest war.

Our main goal is to collect and record WWII information including photos, documents, related past and present news, and equipment details. It is a project, hobby, and dream to build and to share.”

In building his blog, Terjeson has created a unique format. Largely, posts go day by day and deliver interesting facts about the war for that date in time. In many ways, it’s a little like reliving the news of the day, although certainly nothing could compare to what the many soldiers and families experienced at the time.

Summing Up World War II History

Steven Terjeson’s World War II History blog is both a blog of interest and importance. Learn more than you ever thought to know about this important period in time, and pass it on so that it should live on.

Go here to check out World War II History.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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