It took a bit of manoeuvring but in the end it was a jolly good show when, as part of its British Festival, Henry Birks and Sons jewellers in Vancouver borrowed a Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II and had it set onto four Wedgwood teacups to demonstrate the bone china’s durability.By BARBARA MATTHEWS6 min
Hegel wrote these words in 1821 when Germany, fragmented into more than a thousand political entities, was economically stagnant and morally depleted. As well, there was a religious split between the Protestant north and the Catholic south and west.By Hubert de Santana4 min
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