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ACLJ 20h
A memorial cross honoring fallen veterans is in danger. A small group of people are upset, demanding the removal of the cross. We have filed a brief at the to keep the cross standing. Show your support. Sign our petition.
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Truman Library 9h
Wondering what Harry S. Truman was doing this month while in France in ? Check out his records in the National Archives Catalog! in 1918: cutting barbed wire in front of enemy positions.
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U.S. Army Reserve 8h
Soldiers honor the 14,246 service members buried at the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery who gave their lives during . Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, France.
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U.S. Army Reserve 4h
that shaped the way the fights today & its reliance on a strong & ready ? Learn more here:
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U.S. Army Reserve 2h
Over the weekend, 40 Soldiers from 8 legacy units, whose heritage can be traced to visited battle sites in northern France:
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mattiejas 4h
normally I'd be continuing my livestream, however, my internet is having regular outage issues today, still getting fixed 😭 hopefully all done tomorrow! in the mean time, join me watching the amazing playing through an awesome game
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U.S. Dept of Defense Sep 22
French high school students place 🇺🇸🇫🇷 at the graves of 4,153 American buried in the St. Mihiel American Military Cemetery in Thiaucourt, , in preparation for today's Centennial Commemoration of the Battle for Saint-Mihiel Salient.
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80th TNGCMD Sep 22
Today’s Commemoration Ceremony allowed our team to visit the St. Mihiel American Cemetery where 46 Soldiers are buried. We honor their sacrifices and remember their dedication during .
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 8h
24 September 1917 - 101 years ago today: Austro-Hungarian soldiers pose with captured Italian field ambulances and medical personel somewhere on the Italian Front.
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US Embassy Brussels Sep 21
"This final year of commemorations is about partnership, about the strong ties that bind our 2 nations in ways that are deeper & more diverse than most people realize" Amb Gidwitz at the opening of the prestigious “Beyond the Great War” must-see exhibit
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U.S. Army Reserve 11h
Soldier traveled to France to represent his historic brigade & commemorate the sacrifices made by those during :
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U.S. Army Reserve Sep 23
Yesterday, Soldiers in legacy units visited the St. Mihiel American Cemetery to honor the sacrifices of the Soldiers who fought 100 years ago.
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Chris Page Sep 17
Would anyone on the interwebs know what Campaigns the 6th Marines (B Company???) Supply Company participated in? Trying to retrace the history of one of my Posts life long members.
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U.S. Army Sep 20
The Battle of Saint-Mihiel was the first time in that an American Army went into the attack on its own. It was the first time an American Army staff drafted a battle plan for the war.
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Angry Staff Officer Sep 14
Some people having been asking if I have a reading list for the US perspective: Last of the Doughboys Back Over There The AEF Way of War Make the Kaiser Dance The Hello Girls The Great Call-Up A Delicate Affair on the Western Front First Over There
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100 Years Ago Live Sep 21
During the attack on Epehy today, 119 troops refuse to attack en masse and are sent to the rear.
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stuart petch 6h
Replying to @JasonPRichards
What a great idea. And here's some newspaper clippings from that day 104 years ago as they travelled from Leeds (been doing some research myself). Many conscripts & volunteers would have been excited and nervous tonight before Sept 25th 1914
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Money Museum 56m
: At Sea and in the Air. Some of these vessels became notorious for their exploits across the oceans, including the light cruiser Konigsberg, the commerce air raider Wolf & U-boats, which managed to sink 3 armored cruisers in one action.
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100 Years Ago Live 43m
The Yugoslav charter has been signed; after the war, the Slavs will have their own state.
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WW1 Centennial 21h
(Candle series post #5): Moving and touching as thousands of candles are lit this 9/23/18 in Meuse, France commemorating US deadliest battle costing 26,000 lives but helped end . (Julien de Rosa/AP Images for WW1 Centennial)
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