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Chay Bowes Nov 10
100 years after and Germany’s war killed 17 millions people this is where we are today
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Vicki Nov 11
Why so sour, ? Pissed off that is in reporting on you? He’s doing HIS job while you’re not.
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Richard Frankel Nov 10
I know it’s hard to see through the torrential rain so I’ll just tell you that this is a picture of , , and a soldier paying their respects to fallen soldiers in what’s possibly the worst storm in the history of , maybe of Earth.
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Mark Lowen Nov 11
Extraordinary front pages from , 100 years since the guns fell silent on the western front: “Why threatens us” and “’s other front”. War may be a distant memory in this country but the postwar western liberal order and traditional alliances feel a new threat.
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Trumps Bounced Czech Nov 10
My grandfather during WWI. He was 18 and served on the fields of . Rain did not stop him. ?
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+☀️=💛 Nov 10
Purple and Golden Sunset and Moorland in Brittany or Bretagne Heathland Heather Moors
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𝐑𝐄𝐒𝐄𝐀𝐑𝐂𝐇 & 𝐀𝐍𝐀𝐋𝐘𝐒𝐈𝐒 𝐖𝐈𝐍𝐆'𝐒 Nov 11
Replying to @RAW_RESEARCH
: Photograph's From The 100th Anniversary Of The End Of First World War In The Presence Of Number Of World Leader In Capital
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Jesse  Pierre Arroyo Nov 11
My grandpa Pierre Gassend a French soldier, In his World War 1 uniform. A proud and brave man that I only know by storie's from my mother and this picture.
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NewsandGuts Nov 10
Dan Rather: "The price of freedom high. I’m saddened the President has chosen not to pay his respects in France."
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Think Atheist 🌐 Nov 10
. cancelled his trip to a WWI cemetery in to honor the lives of soldiers buried there because of a little rain. I'm just gonna leave this here...
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Bonnie Greer Nov 11
If you don't understand the moving significance of these pictures you know nothing about the part of the world you and your ancestors were born in. and 's off and on 70+ year war upended the world.
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O. Bula-Escobar Nov 11
. is the archetype of French misplaced pride, ingratitude & petty resentment towards the - encouraged by Soros...
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Alex Perkins Nov 10
Donald Trump cancels visit to WW1 military cemetery because it's raining | Metro. Meanwhile Trudeau stood in the rain on Vimy Ridge and honoured Canadia war dead. Trudeau is a leader. Trump is a national embarrassment!
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AC English Academy 🇬🇧🇫🇷 42m
in 2015, the worst terrorist attacks in struck its capital city, . Frenchmen and Frenchwomen of all background, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and political spectrum gathered together and mourned their deaths. Our Unity makes us stronger ❤️🇫🇷
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Ambassador Jamie D. McCourt Nov 11
With to honor the fallen of at the today. Never forget.
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Dr. Dena Grayson Nov 11
🔥"Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism." President 🇫🇷 A blistering rebuke to Trumpism on the world stage, and is clueless.🙄
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Adam Rodriguez 1h
I notice little details, like Trump being the only leader at Macron's speech not wearing an earphone to hear the translation. Why? Because he doesn't give a crap.
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The Joint Staff 14h
Replying to @POTUS
Read ’ message: Find more photos from the ceremony in , here:
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Steve Herman Nov 11
Replying to @W7VOA
I am here today solely as a result of my maternal grandfather being able to return from combat in a century ago. Millions did not go home — lives lost and more who thus were never born.
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Department of State Nov 10
Today, met with French Foreign Minister in Paris. They discussed U.S.-French cooperation on resolving global security challenges. Read more about the Secretary's trip to :
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