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Official Twitter account of the United States World War One Centennial Commission.
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Hargrett Library 4h
Explore the many ways propaganda was used during in our new exhibit 'War of Words'. Free and open to the public, 8am-5pm Monday-Friday, and 1pm-5pm Saturday.
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Thomas Faith 5h
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The podcast is up! Featuring great discussions about the Battle of Belleau Wood, and me on the State Department during WWI.
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100ans US HauteMarne 7h
Devant le QG de la Police militaire à Rolampont (Haute-Marne), le Major Battle (!), Provost Marshall - 42nd Rainbow Division, s’installe dans son . A noter, dans le même bâtiment, la présence du Corps de interprètes. 7 février 1918. 💯 🇺🇸 in 🇫🇷
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Erik Villard 15h
The battleship USS Louisiana brings the 59th Coast Artillery, veterans of St. Mihiel and the Meuse-Argonne, back home to the port of Hoboken, Feb 1919. Photo via NARA Enhancement by erikthehistorian (erik villard)
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Greg H Jun 17
. recieved a Relief Grant from 's for . The storm damaged at least 292 trees, 210 gravestones, and 2 mausoleums causing $500,000 in damage.
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PMML Jun 17
Happy Father's Day to all. Thank you to military dads who served and fought for our freedom. Tell us something special about your dad and comment below.
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Connie Ruzich Jun 17
For all the fathers and father figures who have lost sons 💔
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Marine Corps Museum Jun 17
Volunteer as a Hospitality Ambassador at the ! Find out more and register for our June 23rd volunteer training class here:
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100 Years Ago Today Jun 17
Squadron commander of the Royal Flying Corp with the squadron’s parrot mascot at Serny aerodrome: © IWM (Q 12048)
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WWriteBlog Jun 17
WWrite Weekend! A New Kind of Dream: Freud, Trauma, and WWI. War and Artistic Creation Through the Theories of Cathy Caruth and Sigmund Freud.
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Alan Jennings 23h
Field of poppies on the today
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Erik Villard 21h
Aerial photo of Hill 193 near Monthiers, the high ground north of Belleau Woods (June 1918), overlaid on Google Earth. You can see how Hill 193 overlooks the area north of Chateau Thierry. Photo via NARA Digital work by erikthehistorian (erik villard)
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 Jun 17
17 June 1918 - 100 years ago today: On the third day of the Piave Offensive - Wounded Austro-Hungarians receive first aid behind the front line before being transported to field hospitals in the rear.
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MacArthur Memorial 23h
MacArthur on fatherhood: “A soldier destroys in order to build; the father only builds, never destroys." !
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WWI Today Jun 17
Pétain: If we can hold until the end of June, our situation will be excellent. In July we can resume the offensive. After that, victory is ours
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GEN Mark A. Milley 23h
Yesterday’s Birthday Ball recognized 243 years of service to the nation and celebrated our heroes from to present. Older than the nation itself, our Army stands ready to protect and defend without hesitation.
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WW1 Baseball Jun 17
Happy from Rube Marquard Jr & Sr —
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Sgt. Stubby Jun 17
Today Sgt. Stubby salutes all the fathers and parental figures whose lifelong devotion is apparent in everything we do. Happy Father's Day! Bring your father to see TODAY! --
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Jeff Gusky Jun 17
During WWI, a German military dentist office was on the ground floor of this home located behind the front lines of the Tête du Violu battlefield in the Vosges Mountains.
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