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👌👌👌 May 15
my this week are the last few stories i've read, so you'll most likely be familiar, but here we go!
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 31m
If I ever have to fight in a war, I want to do it like this Austro-Hungarian Officer in front of his "Villa Beatrix"!
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WW1cemeteries.com 4h
From the shadows into dappled sunlight. The tranquility of Ploegsteert Wood Military Cemetery, hidden away amongst the whispering trees.
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Sarah Ashbridge 5h
As promised, today I will be discussing the development of British identity discs used in the . To save valuable letters, I have included some slides from recent presentations so that you can also check out the references for any images used.
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David Retherford 24h
Email sent for the Inman award. Let’s hope I am eligible.
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Becky Bishop May 21
Some of the items I’ll be showing and talking about at my school visit tomorrow
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Andrew Thomson 23h
On this date in 1948 J.L. Ralston died. Likely best remembered for leaving the King cabinet over conscription while Minister of Defence. This is a card from his unsuccessful run as a Federal Liberal in 1908. He was an officer in ,
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Chris Kempshall 7h
It looks like are doing 40% off books at the moment with the code HUMANITIES19. This applies to my book on allied relations () & my book on computer games () as well as other books that are probably better.
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WW1cemeteries.com 20h
Brooding skies and magnificent architecture at Carnoy Military Cemetery.
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David Retherford May 20
That feeling when you send your supervisor the next chapter!!!
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Meggie Hutchison May 17
Had so much fun at the launch of my book, Painting War, last night at . Thanks to everyone who came along and a huge thanks to for launching it!
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WW1cemeteries.com 20h
Excellent, colour example of an Irish recruitment poster. War
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 8h
: Disease was widespread on all fronts during . A total of 1,275,885 Austro-Hungarian soldiers were reported to have suffered from what?
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WW1cemeteries.com 20h
Post war postcard of Essex Farm Cemetery and the West Riding Memorial, crosses not headstones at the time.
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 6h
Italian and Austro-Hungarian victims of the Eleventh Isonzo Battle, 1917. Again, these photos are upsetting, but for the soldiers at the front, war is first and foremost violence and horror. We mustn't forget that.
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Becky Bishop 22h
My great great grandfathers souvenir. I’ve been told it’s trench art
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 May 21
Wounded at an Austro-Hungarian Army hospital in Kolozsvár (today Cluj-Napoca, Romania). While I know that these photos are upsetting, I believe it's important to understand and remember this aspect of the war as well.
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Genevra Charsley May 21
Happy 102nd Anniversary to all at the on the largest garden across the world along with gardeners and stonemasons!
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Mark Butterfield May 21
- My research focuses on the impact of the on mental health, both during and after the war on civilians and ex-service patients at the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum, Menston. Image: RET/8/2/4/6
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 May 21
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