Bermuda in Retrospect: Then & Now by Horst Augustinovic Before there were digital cameras and cell phones which now produce great colour photographs and send them world-wide in an instant, there were postcards, laboriously colourized
500 Years on Four Walls at the National Museum of Bermuda by Jane Downing The Hall of History, artist Graham Foster’s incredible mural in the pillared hall at the Commissioner’s House, is a must-see for every
Do You Know about getting around in Bermuda: From Horse-and-Carriages to Automobiles and Trucks? by Horst Augustinovic When automobiles became popular all over the world at the beginning of the 20th century, a small number were
Ahoy kids! Learn, Play, Repeat at The National Museum of Bermuda by Elena Strong The National Museum of Bermuda (NMB) has a whimsical interactive children’s exhibit, The Museum Playhouse that explores aspects of Bermuda’s maritime history
Going Through Hell To Get To Paradise by Horst Augustinovic Travelling to Bermuda by ship from the East Coast means sailing diagonally across the choppy north-flowing Gulf Stream. In the relatively small ships of the
Do You Know About Cyril Chesterfield Eston & The World War 1 Deployment of the Bermuda Militia Artillery?
Do you know about Cyril Chesterfield Eston & the World War I deployment of the Bermuda Militia Artillery? By Horst Augustinovic When the United Kingdom declared war with Germany on August 4th 1914, the Bermuda