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The Cenotaph By Bill Walton
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The story of heroes told by the Cenotaph on Moose Road
The Cenotaph By Bill Walton
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The story of heroes told by the Cenotaph on Moose Road
Cenotaph for Unknown Poets By Joseph Schoenborn
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Cenotaph for Unknown Poets By Joseph Maximilian Schoenborn
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An architecture thesis project design by Joseph Schoenborn.
Forgotten Names Recalled: Stories from the Singapore Cenotaph By Rosemary Lim
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Forgotten Names Recalled Stories from the Singapore Cenotaph commemorates the outbreak of the First World War 100 years ago. The Singapore cenotaph facing the Padang was built in 1922 as a tribute to... More > the men from the Straits Settlements of Singapore, Penang and Malacca who gave their lives in the Great War of 1914 to 1918. Of the 124 names on the bronze plaques, 112 have been recalled in this book of stories that offers a small window into the past. These are stories of ordinary men, not the politicians and generals of history books. Through newspaper articles, letters, military and civil records, Rosemary Lim has pieced together a collection of insights into the lives and times of our men of the cenotaph.< Less
Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India By Ajay Jain
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Jaisalmer in Rajasthan in India is a city that has always lived in a fort - and continues to do so even today. It is tough to distinguish between the historical and the present in the 12th century... More > fort - time lies intertwined here. Within the milieu / ramparts of the fort are beautiful Jain temples, old havelis or mansions, a palace museum, restaurants, traditional eateries, hotels and shops. Jaisalmer has much more to offer though. Check out the beautiful Havelis (mansions) built by rich businessmen, the Vyas Chhatris (cenotaph of Sage Vyas) and the Gadsisar Lake. Drive to Kuldhara, home to the Paliwal Brahmins, a rich business and agricultural community who abandoned the city suddenly one night in 1825. Visit the Sam Dunes for stunning sunsets. If you still need a high after all this, visit Doctor Bhaang for his concoctions using leaves and buds of the female cannabis plant. ** More books at http://kunzum.com/books. Contact wetravel@kunzum.com if you face any issues. **< Less