Andrea Fecko’s story of Eliska

19 - Eliska magazine AndreaIn the 1920’s, every Sunday, Eliska Kadlecova, her brothers and sister would take walks with their father through the streets of Prague. He was an engineer and taught them the history of the buildings, the architectural styles and the myths that make Prague what it is. Eli, my mother, loved her city and thought she would never leave. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in 1910's, Europe

Phyllis Wolman’s story of Annie ⓜ

Things I can remember about my mother. I am 90 years old and was the youngest daughter of 3.  My mother died of heart problems when she was 72.   Her name was Annie KAPLAN (maybe with a c). Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in 1890's, Britain

Joan O’Flynn’s story of Hylda

It was hot, a very hot day, sultry, just before monsoon season, but there was exuberance in the air, there was love, excitement, and celebration. It was 1915 in Jamalpur India, during the colonial period of British rule, and perhaps ruin.
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Posted in 1910's, India

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