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Fort George, Niagara on the Lake, Battle 1813

Fort George is a beautifully reconstructed Fort which was destroyed by the American Army in 1813 (War of 1812) where an overwhelming force of more than  1500 american soldiers supported by two war ships and a Fort of their own took on a small garrison of 140...

Today I visited Queenston Heights

Today I visited Queenston Heights, a location about 20 miles east of Nigara Falls, on the border with New York State.  This location was the site of one of the most important battle in the early days of the War of 1812.  it is on that site, a cold October of 1812...

My first of many posts – Welcome to security made simple

Welcome to the most progressive security blog you have see in a long time, an experience you will not see again. The aim of the blog is to provide its readers with quality security advice in a holistic and simplified way. S3Security Solutions is more than a...

Austro-Hungaria declares war on Serbia – Today noon, 100 years ago

100 years ago the world was changed forever with the largest war it ever faced. The war to end all war had begun in a city called Sarajevo when the Archduke and heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian dynasty was assassinated. This move by a member of a radical...

Fort George, Niagara on the Lake, Battle 1813

Fort George is a beautifully reconstructed Fort which was destroyed by the American Army in 1813 (War of 1812) where an overwhelming force of more than  1500 american soldiers supported by two war ships and a Fort of their own took on a small garrison of 140 persons....

Today I visited Queenston Heights

Today I visited Queenston Heights, a location about 20 miles east of Nigara Falls, on the border with New York State.  This location was the site of one of the most important battle in the early days of the War of 1812.  it is on that site, a cold October of 1812 that...

My first of many posts – Welcome to security made simple

My first of many posts – Welcome to security made simple

Welcome to the most progressive security blog you have see in a long time, an experience you will not see again. The aim of the blog is to provide its readers with quality security advice in a holistic and simplified way. S3Security Solutions is more than a consulting...

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