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Eva Seyler 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿❄️ 2h
Replying to @ABPB_1920
1. I have a LOT of books. Am happy to look stuff up for you, recommend resources, and/or share my knowledge. 2. I am good at adapting recipes for allergy/vegan accomodation. 3. I can answer questions about conservative Mennonite life.
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Blind Veterans UK 3h
On public display at until 24 January, this wonderful altar frontal was made by wounded from , including veteran George Eades who lost his sight serving in France. ⛪
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Today In History 50m
Today in 1919: The post-World War I peace conference begins in . The conference, which included just the allies in the beginning, would eventually produce the Treaty of . was excluded since it had signed a separate peace, the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.
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CT National Guard Jan 16
There is still time to check out this summer opportunity for 11-12 grade CT students. This project will send 15 students to France to restore trenches that members of the occupied in Dates are July 6-26. Apply by Jan. 20!
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WW1 Centennial Jan 14
As heard on WW1 Centennial News Podcast Episode 103, author Kenneth Davis discusses the deadly pandemic that swept the world in 1918. More lives lost than by bullets and shells in :
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B&B Music Jan 16
The world premiere of All My Life's Buried Here: The Story of George Butterworth will take place at on Sat 26 Jan. This is the first film about the gifted British composer tragically cut down in his prime in the trenches of
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1919 Live 2h
The Peace Conference of Versailles opens: here, the world’s leaders will draft the blueprints for a world without war. Today is 48 years to the day since the proclamation of the German Empire.
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Steven Seegel 4h
18 January 1919, the Paris Peace Conference after officially began. Isaiah Bowman (pictured), the US Chief Territorial Specialist, was appointed by President Woodrow Wilson to oversee his delegation of geographic experts. These were what they drew.
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Jackie Depelle Jan 16
Good to be back Heydays Creative Engagement. talk on young man in Royal Flying Corps, attended University Medical Collage. Three weeks in France then no more like so many.
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Adrienne H McGibbon 2h
Harry Truman told a little white lie, so he could fight in at 33 years old.
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NAASWCH 7h
Some fun research from 's McKinley Terry () examining "the diverse ways Welsh people have chosen to remember Ellis Evans and craft a national narrative."
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Buckingham Covers ✉️ 🇬🇧 5h
100 years ago today marked the opening of the Paris Peace Conference. The Paris Peace Conference, also known as Versailles Peace Conference, was the meeting of the victorious Allied Powers following the end of World War I. View it here:
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TheMcWhineyGroup 5h
On this day in Paris, France, some of the most powerful people in the world meet to begin the long, complicated negotiations that would officially mark the end of . Known as the Versailles Peace Conference, the Allied Powers met the defeated Central Powers.
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the People's Picture 14h
‘The Face of WWI’ is a giant photo mosaic containing more than 30,000 captured across the nation during the at Home Live Events. This 150 metres squared mosaic commemorates how the sacrifices made by those during , shaped the face of today.
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InternmentWWI Jan 16
Today's research is the death of Grenadier Bartholomaus Ziegler, who was killed while loosening a boulder in a quarry near Pierrefitte in February 1919. His death a grim reminder of the dangers faced by many POWs in the post-Armistice period.
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SPIES&VESPERS 2h
OTD Jan 18, 1882 born. Author of books, wrote propaganda for secretive after he was wounded during .
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Ana Roland Jan 17
Joyeux Noël (2005) | special screening in preparation for production of the Pulitzer Prize winning SILENT NIGHT. Fictionalised epic of of December 1914 Christmas truce True fact: Cat arrested/killed for treason
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James Michael Devitt 2h
Why do 's old works resonate today? 's Wolff on collection:
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Riley Wharton 4h
Who is the enemy? Who are your allies? Welcome to 1914!
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HistBellesandBeaus 1h
The Promise of Tomorrow Can Charlotte find the happiness that always seems under threat, and will Harry return home to her?
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