Ian's Links


Here's some links to other related web sites. Providing links is good "Netiquette", enabling the Internet to effectively become its own index. That way, even if visitors haven't found what they wanted on my website, it may at least have steered them in the right direction.

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Family & Friends' Links

The Jewels of the French


One of my brothers spent decades buying jewellery throughout France. The experience thus gained led him to develop this fascinating website detailing the jewellery of the French – in particular the regional variations of those jewellery items worn with traditional clothing.

Round Table Project Management


My other brother Bruce spent many years as a senior project manager in the pharmaceutical industry. He now runs his own very successful business in the Eastern U.S. teaching project management.

Raymond Korn Photography


My nephew Raymond is a professional photographer based around Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Raymond's website showcases his photographic work, particularly weddings, portfolios, clubshots and other portraiture.

Tony Palmer (author)


Tony Palmer is one of my longest standing friends, who I have known since secondary school. Tony has published four books to date, mostly appealing to a younger audience. His latest book, "The Soldier's Gift", takes place around the first world war and the Gallipoli campaign.

A Memorial To The Wilhelm Gustloff


My partner, Inge, was one of only approximately 800 survivors of the last voyage of the "Wilhelm Gustloff". Originally a cruise ship, the Gustloff was carrying thousands of refugees when she was sunk at the end of the second world war, killing an estimated 9,000 or more people. This is six times as many lives as were lost on the "Titanic", making it the biggest ever shipping disaster in terms of loss of lives.

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