Blandyke Papers

Black and white photograph of a Zepplin in front of a hanger with people milling about underneath
One hundred years ago today the first Zeppelin raid on Britain took place on the evening of 19th January 1915.A young Jesuit scholastic who had been studying in Germany until 1914, was concerned about the Zeppelin menace and provided drawings and warnings in an article in the Blandyke Papers.   Thomas Egan SJ (1889-1915) was a member of the Irish province.  After the outbreak of war and his return from Germany, he resumed his philosophy studies at Stonyhurst.  His...
Christmas Day in beautiful red calligraphy with a little gold star
  The 1914 Christmas edition of the Blandyke Papers in our Jesuits in Britain Archives are full of inspiring images and reflections for the Christmas season.  Click on the images to enlarge them.             Origin of the Blandyke PapersThe first issue of the Blandyke Papers was published on 8th January 1889 at St Mary’s Hall, Stonyhurst, Lancashire. The Hall was built as a Jesuit seminary in 1828 and...

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