I am retired indefinitely because of the terrible experience I've had on Wikipedia - as studies show this is overwhelmingly the realm of young unmaried childless males - it is beyond pointless to participate as a solo editor with no interest except adding more articles or improving current ones.
Hello, thank you vor visiting my user page. I am primarily interested in historical items related to World War II and the Cold War and this is my area of formal education and expertise. On Wikipedia I enjoy most of all creating new articles.
Articles I've Created
- Grosvenor Square is the home of the American Embassy in London.
- Amy Elizabeth Thorpe was a WWII spy.
- Sologubovka Cemetery is the largest final resting place for German Soldiers in the world.
- German prisoners of war in the United States numbered over 400 000 and lived in 46 states.
- St. Florian's Cathedral is a wonderful church in Warsaw which played a role in the Siege of Warsaw (1939).
- An article section on twist-tie color coding, explains how grocery stores manage bread age.
- Soviet War Memorial (Vienna) is a monument to Red Army soldiers who fell during the Vienna Offensive.
- HMS Polyanthus was a Royal Navy corvette lost with my friend Leslie Hockley onboard during World War II.
- Bata shoe factory (East Tilbury) is a Grade II listed building surveyed by English Heritage and a unique company town in Essex.