This month a new website goes live: www.buchenwaldairmen.info. This site was set up to collect and archive the original documents used to prepare Betr...
WWII Source documents available
December 18, 2019
A new book, "I would not step back," has just been released by the Phil Lamason Heritage Centre Trust, headquartered in Dannevirke, New Zealand. Where...
New book publishes on Sq Ldr Philip J Lamason
February 14, 2018
I have accumulated many potentially useful images over the last 50 years, and I will be making them available as time permits. I have set up an image...
Image Library Project Begins
March 16, 2020
Hagfish on the fly
July 13, 2017
Hagfish made the news in spectacular fashion after an accident involving a truckload of live hagfish. The hagfish were packaged in insulated plastic boxes and heading to the airport for export to Korea, when things went sideways. When the truck tried to stop at a road construction site, the giant tubs of hagfish came untethered, and went bouncing down Rte 101 in Oregon. Five cars were damaged, some severely, but there were no serious injuries. It took a long time to clear the road, however, and took the lives of roughly 25,000 hagfish, which were worth over $300,000 to the exporting company. [photos by the Depoe Bay Fire District]
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