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Into The Portal Podcast 📻 Aug 3
The Vanished Batatalion 💨💀 Our first story on the show this week as we delve into a legend that has been touted by enthusiasts, and analyzed by historians.. what happened that fateful day in 1915? Find us everywhere you get your 📻
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Today In History 15h
4 Aug 1914: Britain protests Germany's violation of neutrality, which is guaranteed by the Treaty of , after Germany invades. Germany replies the treaty is just a scrap of paper. Shortly thereafter the UK declares war on Germany.
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Today In History Jul 28
28 July 1914: Austria-Hungary declares war on , beginning what would become World War I.
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Today In History Aug 1
1 Aug 1914: As war between Germany and France approaches, 12 of 18 Cabinet members oppose giving France assurances that Britain will support her in a war. Britain eventually enters the war after neutral Belgium was invaded by Germany.
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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 Jul 28
101 years before Prince Harry brought the 2017 “Wounded Warriors” Invictus Games to Toronto — in 1916 Queen Mary hosted a party at Buckingham Palace for wounded UK & Canadian soldiers.
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Mat McLachlan Jul 30
Join Peter and Gary to hear about the Conditions at Gallipoli in this week’s episode of Peter Hart’s Military History. Listen here:
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Ambassador Kate Byrnes Jul 30
Returned to last weekend to take in the breathtaking view from Velushina, enjoy the peace at St. George Monastery, walk the trail on Pelister & learn more about U.S. assistance during the Great War.
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Today In History Aug 2
2 Aug 1914: orders the mobilization of all armed forces in preparation for World War I. The next day, the French learn that has declared war on them.
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Vincenzo DM 20h
On the 4th of August 1914, Germany invades Belgium. The same day King Albert I addresses Parliament and declares Belgium shall never surrender and notes '' a country which is defending itself conquers the respect of all; such a country does not perish.''
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Royal Nfld Regiment Association Jul 29
Great news! Final step announced for a bronze caribou monument in Gallipoli, Turkey to complete the Trail of the Caribou
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State Library of NSW Jul 27
The Library's diaries reveal the horror, loneliness and the adventure of war. They also include delightful memories of visiting London on leave. Learn more with Library Curator Elise Edmonds next Tuesday 4 August, from 11am. Register here:
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Today In History Jul 31
31 July 1914: Germany issues an ultimatum to to demobilize its armed forces or face war. At noon on August 1, the ultimatum expired and the German ambassador in St. Petersburg was instructed to declare war at five o’clock.
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Russia in RSA 🇷🇺 Jul 28
in 1914, the World War I broke out – one of the most destructive and fiercest wars in the history of humankind. Over 1.3 mln Russian soldiers & officers were killed & 3.8 million injured protecting Motherland
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Andrew McKay Aug 3
Brand new episode is up! | Our first ever mystery this week on the show 📻 we chat records and strange misdirection in a case of a vanished battalion that many believe is only partially solved.. check us out everywhere you get your
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Harry 🔴 Aug 3
On June 28 1914 Franz Ferdinand the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary and his wife Sophie were assassinated in Sarajevo while riding in a car. The cars license plate was AIII 118. ended on Armistice day Nov 11 1918. Pretty odd, just a spooky coincidence?
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The Western Front Way Aug 3
You can split our route through France into sections. This is our most southern section, to Pfetterhouse, CH. Near the Swiss border there are some lesser known monuments scattered in the landscape. See all our suggested routes:
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Jeff Gusky Jul 29
WWI underground city with partial roof collapse from heavy bombardment
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Historygirl 19h
Agatha Christie joined the Red Cross Voluntary Aid Detachment in 1914 as a nurse then as a dispenser, after qualifying as an apothecaries' assistant. It was here she learnt about poisions, her favourite method of murder. Credit colourizedpix
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Barbara M. Britton 1h
Please join me and fellow author as we talk about UNTIL JUNE. My character had a skill like my great-grandmother. One I don't have. We're doing a too. some
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Jeff Gusky 9h
Partially collapsed entryway to German WWI underground city
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