Charles Stuart Mackenzie

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Stuart Range
... The Stuart Range is a mountain range in central Washington, USA ... Collectively, the basin and the encircling eastern peaks of the Stuart Range make up The Enchantments, a well-known backpacking destination ... The south face of the Stuart Range falls off steeply to Ingalls Creek, beyond which rise the roughly parallel Wenatchee Mountains ...
Sgt. Mac Kenzie - Sgt. Charles Stuart MacKenzie
... Charles Stuart MacKenzie went to fight in France during World War I and was shot in the shoulder ... MacKenzie refused, stating that he had to go back to his men ... Charles stood his ground and fought until he was overcome and died from bayonet wounds ...
Vivian Stuart
... Vivian Stuart, née Violet Vivian Finlay (born 2 January 1914 in Rangoon, Burma – d ... She was published under different pen names she signed her romance novels as Vivian Stuart, Alex Stuart, Barbara Allen, Fiona Finlay, and Robyn Stuart, she signed ... Stuart, and she signed her historical fiction series as William Stuart Long ...
Stuart - Other
... St Thomas University in Miami, Florida Stuart period, a historical era in Britain coinciding with the rule of the Stuart dynasty Kerr Stuart, English railway ... Stuart HMAS Stuart, several ships of the Royal Australian Navy ...
River Class Destroyer Escort - Operational History
... During 1967 and 1968, Stuart and Yarra were used to escort the troop transport HMAS Sydney on voyages to Vietnam ... Stuart and Derwent underwent similar modernisations between 1979 and 1985 ... At the start of 1984, Stuart became the first RAN vessel permanently assigned to HMAS Stirling, the new base in Western Australia ...

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    People sometimes tell me that they prefer barbarism to civilisation. I doubt if they have given it a long enough trial. Like the people of Alexandria, they are bored by civilisation; but all the evidence suggests that the boredom of barbarism is infinitely greater.
    —Kenneth MacKenzie Clark, Baron of Saltwood (1903–1983)

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