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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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wwi100nyc Jun 16
Debs’ sentence commuted in 1921, although health problems which developed in prison killed him in 1926.
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Jun 15
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Feb 25
Living history & lots of fun @ Museum of American Armor
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Jun 16
I’m a guest on the ⁦ chatting about in . Have a listen & subscribe
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NY Transit Museum Jun 16
Every weekend you can join our expert Museum Educators for a guided tour of the . Experience a dramatic journey through the building of the subway system and evolution of ’s surface transit today and tomorrow at 12pm and 3pm. Free with admission.
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wwi100nyc Jun 16
Plaque ⁦ in memory of locals who fought in the + . I’ve walked by this a million times & never noticed it was for two wars, far apart in our history.
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wwi100nyc Jun 14
This is an important story - huge medical step forward. innovation not limited to weapons and war fighting
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VMHC Education Jun 14
Jane Carskaddan Outstanding Virginia Senior Entry!!!!
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wwi100nyc Jun 14
6/16 , 1918,Eugene Debs arrested in Canton, OH for violating new sedition laws by urging Americans to oppose . Wartime offered little protection to 1st Amendment rights- Debs sentenced to 20 years.
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Governors Island Jun 11
Why all of New York is Heading to This Summer...Thanks !
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wwi100nyc Jun 13
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WW1 Centennial Jun 12
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National WWI Museum Jun 11
Rosemary Powell, 103, plans to retire from selling poppies later this year after a remarkable 97 years of collecting for the appeal. She lost two godfathers and three uncles during , while her brother Peter, a major in the Army, died in WWII.
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SNRC Jun 12
that approximately 12,000 American Indians served in ? is on a mission to identify every one, but we need your help. Contact Erin Fehr at ehfehr@ualr.edu if you have an ancestor that served. Modern Warriors of WWI project is part of the celebration.
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Fondation Varenne Jun 12
"Les enfants et la " un concours scolaire destiné à tous les CM2 de sous le haut patronage de avec & mais aussi et un big big Merci à
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wwi100nyc Jun 13
Interesting story-one more example of influence of ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦&Good Luck 🍀 to all students ⁦⁩ !
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National History Day Jun 12
Senior Division Documentary and Performance finals are posted! (it's the first button on the page)
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AHA Jun 12
The AHA urges the College Board to reconsider recent changes to the AP World History exam that limit it to “content only from c. 1450 to the present,” which is likely to reduce the teaching of precolonial and non-Western history at the high school level.
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wwi100nyc Jun 12
Congratulations to everyone who made it to College Park this year! Looking forward to learning more about 2018. I bet there are some awesome entries. Good luck 🍀 to you all.
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American on the WF Jun 6
6 June 1918 4th Marine Brigade 2d Div attacks Belleau Wood from points west & south See my new feature BBC News - Belleau Wood: Why this WWI battle is still important in US
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