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2014/08/21 23:08
2014/08/21 23:08
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THE battle won by ghostly angels; the crucifixion of allied soldiers by jeering Germans; and the Kaiser’s corpse-boiling factory. In the chaos of conflict there is much that cannot be fully explained...
Read more at Perth Now, News.com.au
2014/08/21 23:08
2014/08/21 23:08
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2014/08/19 10:50
2014/08/19 10:50
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A slaughter, then oblivion, mark France's deadliest day in World War One ROSSIGNOL Belgium (Reuters) - The bloodiest day for the French Army in World War One - indeed in its entire history - draws no...
2014/08/19 03:36
2014/08/19 03:36
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BBC News - World War One: Kenya's forgotten heroes For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page The BBC's Emmanuel Igunza examines the role played by...
2014/08/18 17:13
2014/08/18 17:13
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Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 7, is no simple score to manage. Its moving melodies and often aggressive rhythms captured the tragedies of the Soviet people, perseverance of the populace caught in...
2014/08/16 21:00
2014/08/16 21:00
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STAYTON, Ore. - Vern Staley's cap and his memories from pictures on his wall all show how special he feels about his army service with the 70th Infantry Division during World War II. Staley was in...
2014/08/16 12:20
2014/08/16 12:20
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Londoner Woodman Leonard commanded an artillery unit in the First World War and kept a diary of life on the Western Front and during several major battles. Sun Media is following excerpts of the diary...
Read more at Calgary Sun, CNews
2014/08/15 22:30
2014/08/15 22:30
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French President Francois Hollande arrives to take part in a ceremony paying tribute to the French Resistance at the Mont. AFP President Francois Hollande on Friday paid tribute to the hundreds of...
2014/08/15 22:21
2014/08/15 22:21
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A savage reckoning - and a night of joyous debauchery: 70 years ago, Paris finally overthrew the Nazis. In this heart-stopping account, one of our greatest historians relives the chaos Two months...
2014/08/15 19:16
2014/08/15 19:16
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Two items from the Middle Peninsula, two from Newport News and one from Williamsburg are on the list of 36 nominees recently announced by the Virginia Association of Museums. For the fourth year, the...
2014/08/15 08:31
2014/08/15 08:31
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The three-part series Our World War would be a fitting swansong for BBC3. Inspired by Our War, a documentary following the lives of British soldiers in Iraq – and arguably the most admired show in...
2014/08/14 03:12
2014/08/14 03:12
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The centenary of Ballarat's 8th battalion In 1911 Compulsory Military Training was instituted in Australia for all boys born in 1894, unless they had been given an exemption from training. The...
2014/08/12 16:08
2014/08/12 16:08
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Epsom, UK – August 12, 2014. “ The German army is a machine, and machines can be broken!” (Konstantin Rokossovsky – Marshal of the Soviet Union) June 21, 1941 – The German army suddenly turns east...
2014/08/12 03:06
2014/08/12 03:06
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THE “House on the Corner” was one of the most feared places in Latvia during Soviet times, but now tourists are flocking to the former KGB headquarters in the capital, Riga, keen to uncover its dark...
2014/08/11 20:26
2014/08/11 20:26
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Special Report: Americans often focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the latest atrocity and which side is to blame. But there is a long and important back story to this conflict which...
2014/08/11 19:18
2014/08/11 19:18
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Jan Sedlacek poses for a picture in front of historical toilets at his museum of historical chamber pots and toilets in Prague. AFP Toilets, bedpans and other must-haves for nature's calls from...
2014/08/11 18:23
2014/08/11 18:23
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The Taiaroa Head lighthouse and fog signal, Otago Peninsula. - Otago Witness, 12.8.1914. This individual was credited with winning £100 by backing the Kaikorai against the University in their first...
2014/08/11 11:05
2014/08/11 11:05
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IT could have been avoided. On this day in 1914, Great Britain reluctantly declared war on Germany. It was the moment Australia was instantly dragged in to World War I, the so-called “War to End All...
2014/08/11 06:37
2014/08/11 06:37
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Both are meant as a foretaste of things to come: they belong to the faithfully reconstructed 24ft-high weathercock intended to crown the steeple of the Prussian city’s rebuilt Garrison Church –...
Read more at Independent, Independent
2014/08/10 11:51
2014/08/10 11:51
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When your Country needed you: The bands of brothers who heeded calls to arms JOHN LEWIS-STEMPEL looks at the importance of volunteers in 1914 and the many and varied reasons they heeded Kitchener's...
2014/08/09 17:16
2014/08/09 17:16
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PRAGUE—Toilets, bedpans and other must-haves for nature’s calls from around the world are on display at a museum in Prague that claims to be the largest of its kind. Rows of toilet paper, bathroom...
2014/08/21 23:08
2014/08/21 23:08
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