One good thing Paul Kruger did ...
In 1898, he set up the wildlife park, which was named after him in 1926 and now stretches over 20,000 square kilometres. All the photos here I took on my £50 point-and-shoot - the marvellous, and to me unexpected, aspect of a Kruger safari is just how close you get to the animals. As you can see ...
Mrs T Morley
Hello Dr Whitehead, My enquiry is about the bench found in Hampstead Heath with the dedication to the Gibbons brothers who had gone to Spain as members of the international brigade. I approached a daughter of one of the brothers about your story but there was no response, not to me. I used to socialise with her mother, Mrs Mary Gibbons, who told me that her husband had been to Spain in the 30s to fight again the Franco's rebellion. I would love to be updated on how the project on the Gibbons brothers might have developed. With best wishes, Tomiko Morley, Reading.
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