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French Embassy U.S. Nov 12
Yesterday we participated in a ceremony at to honor the sacrifices of soldiers during by laying a wreath on the tomb of the .
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DJ_PsychGuy 🇺🇸 Nov 10
Merkel & Macron bracing against the hurricane to honor the soliders who perished. The American President who “loves the vets” couldn’t make it due to rain. I am so embarrassed for our nation! Putin meeting isn’t being canceled though.
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NewForestArchaeology 9m
Some of our favourite photos from the Knowledge digital archive for . 3 generations of Hayter family from Pennington, W Hudson, Indian soldiers at Brockenhurst & oil painting of Hnery 'Brusher' Mills snake catcher
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Barnsley Archives 15m
This morning we helped Lynn find information and a photograph of her ancestor, Alvan Chappel who died in
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The History Chap 58m
in 1917, the Battle of was fought. A major offensive by the , it was followed by the largest German counter-attack against the BEF since 1914. Cambrai was the second time tanks were used en masse in .
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Neasden Temple Nov 16
Join us today with The Royal British Legion for a special remembrance marking the centenary, to honour all those who served and sacrificed in , including those from India 🇮🇳 and all nations
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Dannie ten Zweege 3h
On November 20, 1917, the battle of Cambrai between the English and German troops began with a bombardment of 1000 British guns and more than 400 tanks. The battle ended on December 7 with a failure for England.
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Marx de Morais Nov 10
As a European with German roots I could not be more proud than today. 100 years ago ended and instead of facing each other on the battlefield, we stand hand in hand in friendship. Vive l'Union Européenne.
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Senator Jack Reed Nov 10
Pres Trump’s failure to pay his respects to U.S. troops killed in is disgraceful. Our troops made the ultimate sacrifice on the field of battle, meanwhile Trump wouldn’t even sacrifice a few minutes in light rain to join other world leaders. Lack of respect & leadership.
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Dan Kennedy Nov 11
Remembering the end while reading about the beginning. This book is terrific.
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Leo Ruickbie 1h
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ACLJ 9h
The will decide the fate of a which honors fallen veterans. A small group demands the cross be torn down. We support the cross. It’s the least we can do to honor our fallen heroes.
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UpCrafts Studio Design 23m
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Eva Seyler 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🍁 21h
I have copy for the cover of THE WAR IN OUR HEARTS. (thread) People. I WROTE A BOOK. IT'S GOING TO BE A **REAL** BOOK. IN JANUARY. I don't think I quite know how to process this information now that things are getting real.
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Guildford's Heritage 58m
This year marks the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918 which extended the vote to some women. At our display of photographs shows women at work in the period 1914-1918, and commemorates the end of .
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Barnsley Archives 2h
This is Pte John Glynn who was one of over 300 Barnsley men who died on the first day of the battle of the Somme in 1916. He is remembered in a new roll of honour recently produced by and is on display in the latest exhibition at
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Royal Newfoundland Constabulary Nov 11
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. Today, we commemorate 100 years since then end of — rain or shine.
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HISTORY Nov 11
During these Native American code-talkers helped shield allied communications, and paved the way for later code-talkers during WWII.
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Canadian War Museum 14h
We are honoured to announce the acquisition of the Victoria Cross awarded to Robert Hill Hanna for his actions during the Battle of Hill 70, a significant tactical victory of the . The now holds 4 of the 6 VCs awarded to Canadians at Hill 70.
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PMML 21h
Replying to @pritzkerlibrary
The 200-mile march from France to the Rhine started November 17 and ended on December 14, 1918 – less than four weeks. During that month of marching, the two biggest problems were evacuations and forage, because the army was out marching its supply chain.
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