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
Another hagfish calamity
September 20, 2018
Hagfish are again in the news, featuring in a lawsuit filed in Oregon. A boat being launched with its mast up contacted power lines and the resulting blackout killed the chilling and aeration pumps at a nearby commercial hagfish operation - the same outfit whose truck dumped its cargo onto a state highway earlier in the year. The power outage killed 8 tons of hagfish awaiting export to Asia (primarily South Korea). The company, AA Seafood, is suing the boat owner for the resulting financial losses. The full story can be found here.
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