He also discloses a cultural complication of the allied siege of Sebastopol--far from being merely the remotest outpost of the Russian Empire, only conquered from Turkey within living memory
, Sebastopol was the mythical birthplace of the Russian nation.
Perhaps part of the explanation is that it is still within living memory
- and that the counterculture legacy has been consciously perpetuated locally.
But the Battle Of Cable Street, when London's East End Jews were forced to take a stand against Oswald Mosley's blackshirts, is within living memory
It was the first time within living memory
that a natural disaster had caused such a halt, a spokeswoman for NATS said.
In the 1950s, within living memory
of the Daily News reporters and editors and many of its readers, Halloween was still in the province of the kids.
Stone age technology was actively used within living memory
of the people here.
These understandings of place segregation widen our understandings of the social life of a country town within living memory
The actual writing began in the early 1960s, when the age of wooden ships was over, but was still within living memory
The most criminal acts committed within living memory
belong to the US and its protE[umlaut]gE[umlaut] Israel: Yet we dare not ask why no criminal charges or even accusations are ever directed at these two countries.
But within living memory
, Quebec's Roman Catholic Church frowned on classical ballet that featured tightly fitted and revealing tights; and in the 1960s, Montreal municipal officials fought to prevent female members of a visiting African dance company from performing topless.
This book is hard to review for the opposite reason because, without a doubt, it is one of the most daring and most consistently excellent collections of essays on early modern religious history published within living memory
Well within living memory
, modern art was the hobby of a minute minority in a very few places, notably Paris and New York.