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Official Twitter account of the United States World War One Centennial Commission.
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WW1 Centennial 9h
No story of WWI is more tragic than that of the port city of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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100ans US HauteMarne 11h
Wedding at headquarters of A. E. F. chapel, Lieut. Harry Bausher, Medical Corps, and Nurse Mary Butler. The bride and groom leaving the chapel after ceremony, (Haute-Marne), France. May 25, 1918.
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Anne-Claire Legendre Nov 21
Very honored to meet amazing women in service and women . Thank you Commissionner Sutton and for this inspiring moment in memory of women who engaged in and in sign of our unbreakable friendship 🇺🇸🇫🇷
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WW1 Centennial Nov 22
Beautiful story of the connection between the people of Boston MA and the people of Halifax, Nova Scotia. During , a horrific ammo-ship explosion destroyed the port of Halifax. The people of Boston were among the first to respond with help.
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American on the WF Nov 22
Late Nov 1917 Kimber is altitude-training at 2000 metres/6500 feet with US Air Service at Tours: ‘The wind…went right thru everything: the teddy bear, two sweaters, my uniform, flannel shirt and woolen underwear….My cheeks, chin and nose….got so cold they seemed to burn.’
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WW1 Centennial Nov 22
GREAT NEWS FROM "THE MILLIONAIRE'S UNIT" DVDs & Blu-rays are finally available! This is the story of the First Yale Unit, founding squadron of the U.S. Naval Air Reserve. Check out the trailer:
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Stephen Clarke Nov 20
US-based New Zealander LeRoy Transfield talking to today @ 11:30am (in 10 mins!) on a special coin for the US Mint to commemorate the contributions of Americans to World War I. Tino Pai LeRoy!
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David Reader Nov 21
Thanks to all for allowing juniors to experience Haddonfield and the Great War today
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Dr. Antje Gamble Nov 21
“Traditional ways of working get a technological boost in creation of a Memorial” (even if the design is more than a little 19th cent)
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Gary Sheftick Nov 21
Battle of Cambrai 100 years ago was first campaign with U.S. units participating and first large-scale effective use of combined arms.
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WW1 Centennial Nov 22
WE ARE THRILLED FOR COIN DESIGNER LEROY TRANSFIELD! His story of this tribute to our World War I veterans is a remarkable, and very personal, story.
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Peter Leadbetter Nov 22
At one time, remarkably monument was untended but now pristine & rightly challenging under care of CWGC
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100ans US HauteMarne Nov 21
Le fonds de l'Abbé Alfred Haquin. 200 plaques photos retrouvées dans le grenier de ce curé, photographe à Saint-Thiébault (Haute-Marne). A découvrir dans "La mémoire retrouvée, les Américains dans la Pays de Bourmont 1917-1919" Training Area N°3, . Contact shab.fr
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100ans US HauteMarne Nov 20
Replying to @Francetele @13h15 and 4 others
Dim. 3 déc. : "Sur les traces de Josephine Heffernan". Estelle Lefeuvre, enseignante retraitée de Rimaucourt, en Haute-Marne, et Marjorie DesRosier, historienne américaine, ont enquêté sur une infirmière de l'US Base hospital à Rimaucourt en 1918.
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100ans US HauteMarne Nov 20
L'histoire de la plaque infirmière US trouvée à Rimaucourt (Haute-Marne) et restituée en Irlande. En attendant reportage sur cf "A bracelet which belonged to an woman serving with the USArmy Nurse Corps in France.."
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WW1 Baseball Nov 19
Louis Santop served in the & Cannonball Redding in the during , as did other members of the
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WW1 Centennial Nov 19
DID YOU KNOW THAT FAMED SCULPTOR HENRY MOORE WAS A VETERAN? Remarkable story of his early life
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U.S. Naval History Nov 18
in 1944, USS Blackfin (SS 322) diverts from her war patrol and picks up captured Japanese cryptographic and technical equipment, along with other secret documents, west of Camurong River on the north coast of Mindoro, Philippines.
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War Art Nov 18
Twentieth Century by CRW Nevinson
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The Great War Nov 18
Russian Expedtionary Corps on the Western Front.
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