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Ronald Nov 10
In Flanders fields, the poppies blow...
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Kempy Nov 10
Each one represents a real life. Someone’s son, husband, father. Remember them, they gave their all so you can have it all.
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Ran Chen 3h
Lets take a moment and pay respect to the 9 million soldiers that died in WWI. WWI ended on November 11, 1918 and marks an important day in history when the treaty of versaille was signed. WorldWar1
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Ed Scaife Nov 11
My grandfather, Edward 'Ned' Ames, 1918
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Burke Koonce Nov 10
My grandfather, John Will Aiken. American fighter pilot, WWI.
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Jorge Laborde 18h
They shall not grow old πŸ₯€
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Institute of National Remembrance Nov 11
11 November is the Polish . Today Poles joyfully celebrate 100th anniversary of Poland's regaining freedom after 123 years of partitions. πŸŽ‚β€ΌπŸ‡΅πŸ‡±πŸ’―
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(((ℭ𝔬𝔩𝔩𝔒𝔒𝔫 π”‡π”žπ”΄π”°π”¬π”«))) Nov 10
My Great-Uncle Morgan Dawson (second from right) with two WWI Army compatriots, unknown location but possibly the Rio Grande. Unfortunately, this photo was too damaged to recondition.
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Robin D'Souza 1h
The site is a bit overloaded at present, but this is incredible. May they rest in peace!
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Jessie Nov 11
My great grandfather served in France in WW1.
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Jorge Laborde 19h
May they never grow old
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Fiona Skelton Nov 11
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Chronos Caerus 9h
in yesterday's stock rout Jeff Bezos -$5.99B ! #3 Warren Buffett -$1.80B #6 Mark Zuckerberg -$1.50B #7 Larry Ellison -$1.28B #9 Larry Page -$1.20B Sergey Brin -$1.14B #4 Bernard Arnault -$1.14B
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Patrick Chovanec 21h
Nov 12, 1918 - New York Times: How Americans reacted to news of peace
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Eva Nov 11
Lest we forget 1918-2018
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LEWIS VC MEMORIAL FD Nov 9
Up in Paddington Station for unveiling of a train with Allan’s name. Very honoured .listen live to interview on Heart Radio Wales at 10.30
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Townend Close Nov 10
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Patrick Chovanec 21h
Nov 12, 1918 - Oklahoma City Times: US food czar Herbert Hoover urges Americans to save food to help defeated foes
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Patrick Chovanec Nov 11
The Great War (later known as the First World War), which ended today, involved at least 22 countries, and lasted 1,568 days, and killed over 17 million people.
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MATY Nov 11
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