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sdjacob30 7h
Day five of the Nobody’s Heroes blog tour. Another great review. Praise f9r historical accuracy and emotional connection. Check it out.
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WW1 Game Series Feb 21
Today is the 104th anniversary of . The longest battle from . Did you know? The battle started exactly at 7:12 AM local time France on February 21st 1916, with a German artillery gun striking a cathedral in .
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Soldiers Memorial Military Museum 3h
This sample of from our collections was fashioned from an empty artillery shell. It commemorates a soldier's service at Alsace Argonne during . Interested in more examples of trench art? Check out our Online Collections Search:
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Nuno Sarnadas Feb 22
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Nicole Chardenet Feb 21
about : Marie Curie didn't just discover radioactivity, she also drove ambulances with X-ray equipment to the front line in . She ws the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, & the first *person* to win a second.
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Beyond Band of Brothers Feb 18
A of “ to All the That Lost Their Life in .” 8 million horses, mules and donkeys died, while transporting and supplies to the .
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WW1 Game Series Feb 14
We’re not sure if this is the safest place to look for enemies, but at least it’s a unique point of view that they will not expect!
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WW1 Game Series Feb 18
The most recognizable phrase from is probably “They Shall not Pass”. Although French General Neville was originally quoted saying “Vous ne les laisserez pas passer, mes camarades”, which translates to “You will not let them pass, my comrades”.
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Sarah Kincaid Feb 20
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sdjacob30 Feb 20
Day two of the Nobody’s Heroes blog tour. Today a guest post I wrote about major character, and real life artist during the Harlem Renaissance, Horace Pippin. Check it out.
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Lewis longmore Feb 17
A Poem about the Great war Please retweet, like and follow to see more poems i've done.
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Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective Feb 21
The Battle of began in 1916. Ten months long, Verdun was not just the longest battle of , but in all history. With 800,000 casualties on both sides, the battle produced little strategic gain: a tragic microcosm of overall.
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FilmGrouch Feb 19
Just finished watching starring Simply put, a nice tribute to the Buffalo Soldiers of & a testament to the American warrior. Review up soon.
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Soldiers Memorial Military Museum Feb 18
To celebrate , here's an embroidered postcard from our collections. Its overall design incorporates flowers and flags of multiple nations that fought in . The text embroidered on it reads: "Souvenir De France 1919."
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Dr. George Yagi Jr. Feb 16
The young women who volunteered to make doughnuts in the trenches were known as "doughnut girls." A popular song released in 1919, celebrated the heroines of the western front.
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WW1 Game Series Feb 14
For , we like to share a short story from a British soldier that would, like so many others, write letters to his loved one. In this case, it was a woman named Kate. He would write her about living in the trenches of France. (1/3)
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Nigel Diamond Feb 15
Made a little because I can.
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Dolma 4h
What a great women and artist! Gave the veterians so much. and the #Facial#Prosthetics of via
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João Pedro Silva Feb 21
Replying to @ParasiteMovie
I don't think it can be compared to , despite having similar premises - the importance of time. proves that there's a lot of potential in to make good quality . has to be incredibly great to get an over this.
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negativeglory Feb 20
“Enemy of Mankind” | Kaiser Wilhelm II | World War 1 | Anti-German Russian Propaganda, 1914-1916 [ ]
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