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Erik Villard Jun 18
US and German trench positions south of Bouresches (SE of Belleau Wood), June 1918. From NARA. Digital work by erikthehistorian (erik villard)
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National Guard Jun 22
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the American battles of World War I.
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Beautiful Maps 18h
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Erik Villard Jun 22
The ruins of the town of Vaux after the 2d Division re-took the town from the Germans in July 1918. Photo via NARA. Enhancement by erikthehistorian (erik villard)
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American History TV Jun 17
TONIGHT: "Echoes of the Great War – American Experiences of World War I" - We tour a exhibit marking the centennial of U.S. participation in with curator Ryan Reft. WATCH Sunday 6pm & 10pm ET on C-SPAN 3
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Eric G. E. Zuelow Jun 16
Am I wrong to say this is in epic bad taste? I'm sorry, but 120 million dead, massive destruction, and total disruption of life doesn't seem like a winnable bit of fun. Wearing this shirt is beyond being in bad taste. Am I over-reacting?
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NewingtonHistory 10h
Tomorrow we mark the 100th anniversary of the death in of Rifleman Aylmer Davison with the pupils of . The service is followed by a minute's silence at the Memorial Cross.
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There But Not There Jun 15
Soldiers in did not receive the same level of care as soldiers today. Understanding of psychological conditions was limited and treatments varied wildly. Many were disciplined for their symptoms and the emphasis was on getting as many men back to the frontline as possible.
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Isabel Morales 16h
Flanders Fields/Ypres, Belgium 🇧🇪
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French Embassy U.S. Jun 20
France remembers that we ourselves have been refugees. In 1918 American Lewis Hine photographed French refugees & displaced people in the final year of . We stand with the millions around the world who were forced to leave their homes.
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Erik Villard Jun 21
U.S. ambulance drivers line up for inspection on the Aisne front, July 1918. Photo via NARA. Enhancement by erikthehistorian (erik villard)
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Am Baile Jun 23
German prisoners of war on board a boat at Kyle of Lochalsh during . They are en route to where they worked in the island's iron ore mine. [photo: Duncan Macpherson Collection, Skye & Archives]
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Josué Michels Jun 17
Sow the Seeds of in Mankind’s Darkest Hour A truly inspiring lesson from
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NewingtonHistory Jun 20
So pleased that has given a grant towards our community event to commemorate the end of in November. Many thanks to all concerned
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Erik Villard Jun 23
42d Division operations Aisne-Marne 25 July-6 Aug 1918, enhanced and placed on Google Earth. Map via ABMC Digital work by erikthehistorian (erik villard)
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Erik Villard Jun 21
Tactical map used by the 2d Division during its attack on Vaux, 1 July 1918. Map via NARA. Digital work by erikthehistorian (erik villard) I enhanced the map with Photoshop and then skinned GE.
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Erik Villard Jun 23
Cantigny panorama taken after the battle of May-June 1918, integrated into Google Earth. Photo via NARA Digital work by erikthehistorian (erik villard)
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CHARRON PUGSLEY-HILL ARTIST Jun 20
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