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The World War One Centennial Committee for New York City, a 501(c)3 subsidiary of US WWI Centennial Commission, commemorates WWI in our richly diverse city
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Feb 20
For Weekend Sept 15-16, for the 2nd year, we will have Native Americans present to talk about & honor this chapter in the
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National WWI Museum Feb 19
MARCH 15: Join an engaging American art expert as he explores how American artists imagined and its impact.
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wwi100nyc Feb 20
High quality reliable child care remains key in the lives of women today.
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US National Archives Feb 19
Read the original correspondence of our earliest Presidents, now online:
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100ans US HauteMarne Feb 19
President Woodrow and General John J. leaving Hotel de Ville, (Haute-Marne) France. Dec. 25, 1918. 💯🇫🇷🇺🇸
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Feb 19
Long Branch has the Church of the Presidents, where 7 of them worshipped. Currently closed & under restortation
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Feb 14
Just announced: See 1917 FT-17 tank & reenactors 2/25 Museum of American Armor @ Old Bethpage Village Restoration, Bethpage. Open to public
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Lives of WW1 Feb 16
As is celebrated, remember the service and contribution of Busseboom 13, members of Chinese Labour Corps killed in air raid in Belgium
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IWM: WW1 Centenary Feb 16
Do you have a story to share? This image shows a female worker preparing paint casks in the works of Sissons and Co. Ltd., Bankside, Hull, November 1918. © IWM (Q 28534)
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War Studies Glasgow Feb 15
1898 USS Maine exploded in Havana harbour, killing 260 of 349 crew. Significant role in US entry Spanish-American War. Originally seen as deliberate now thought accident? Conflict memory impacted - headlines after Lusitania sinking made reference to the earlier tragedy.
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Alan Wren-SS Persia Feb 15
These men are on the down platform at New Milton, so had probably just arrived on their way to the Convalescent Depot at Barton on Sea close by. Their time there is commemorated by an obelisk overlooking the sea and the Isle of Wight
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WWI covered live Feb 15
Feb 15 1918 A group of Indian troops with their belongings on railway platform in New Milton
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Mike Rosenwald Feb 12
New WashPost history podcast is live! First episode: How the Morse Code invented social media, not Zuck or Jack
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US Department of the Interior Feb 14
Here's some serious cute for ! 11 photos of animals showing affection 💗 →
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National History Day Feb 14
We love our interns and want YOU to be one of them! Apply at
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National WWI Museum Feb 13
We've been celebrating all week by looking for PDA (Public Displays of Affection) in the Museum Archives. Enjoy a peek of some of our favorites. ❤️
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Smithsonian Transcription Center Feb 14
"Power concedes nothing." - Frederick Douglass. Happy ! We're celebrating the legacy of Frederick Douglass, born 200 years ago today, by making historical records more accessible. Join us and watch the big event starting at noon ET:
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NY Public Library Feb 14
We love this 2017 Library Lion honoree!
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MN Doughboy 1918 Feb 14
A shameless plug - I'm posting diary entries and excerpts from letters written by my grandfather during 1918. His year included a broken engagement, a shotgun wedding, and a tour of duty with the AEF during the last months of WWI.
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Feb 14
Mary Pickford came from but in she stayed in the & charmed owner Frank Case & Douglas Fairbanks.
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