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Committee Meetings The Executive Committee Meeting of Sri Lanka Ex-Servicemen's Association will be held on July 31 at 4 p.m. at the Sri Lanka Ex-Servicemen's Institute, Colombo 1. The Committee...
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'There is a rule in the German army, you wait 24 ...
Meath manager Mick O'Dowd should have waited for the dust to settle on the Leinster SFC final before deciding whether or not to go public with details of the alleged 'bite' on Mickey Burke, according...
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Remagen Bridge re-enactment Saturday in Tidioute
The German Ludendorff Bridge was the only bridge across the Rhine River that was captured by American forces during WWII. Watch as U. S. soldiers drive the
back across the bridge. Watch...
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Hollywood’s Great Directors on the First World Wa...
Edmund Lowe and Victor McLaglen play rivals in love and partners in war, in Raoul Walsh’s “What Price Glory.”Credit Photograph from Everett. The traumas of the first World War preoccupied Hollywood...
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The Great War
A Gentleman Unafraid
On the attack at the Somme, in northern France (91040/DPA/Corbis) The trenches twist and turn so, a precaution against enfilade fire in the event of the enemy’s occupying any position, that we seemed...
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Brave story of the youngest soldier of WW1 - kill...
In the corner of Poelcapelle cemetery is a grave standing out from the 6,544 other headstones for British soldiers who died near here in the First World War. Most of the long rows of upright marble...
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Bank of Canada called out for naming wrong mounta...
The Bank of Canada is making a molehill out of a mountain. The central bank had claimed that its new plastic $10 bank notes included an image of majestic Mount Edith Cavell, a prominent peak in the...
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Bank of Canada
100 years later, celebrating the taxis that saved...
The echoes of the guns of August 1914 had barely subsided when France faced its first crisis of the First World War. By early September, the
had moved through Belgium and was within 30...
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Birmingham At War 1914-18: Coping with the refuge...
Refugees being displaced by war and civil unrest in their home country is something which sadly we see all too often on television these days. It should be remembered that this is not a new phenomenon...
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the Great War
First World War actors recreate Battle of Tannenb...
World War One battle which saw Germany inflict critical defeat on Tsarist Russian invasion force is recreated almost 100 years on (except now the battlefield is in modern Poland) Battle made national...
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Monday Book: The horror of war as seen from the h...
For him, “War is simply a near-random sequence of horrors, and so to make a story out of war is to lie.” Even so, he provides a good enough short tale here, in his case prompted by seeing the nose cap...
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Ralph Vaughan Williams
Bletchley Park uncovered: The secret life of the ...
With World War II about to break out, Mair Russell-Jones was quietly studying music and German at Cardiff University. But after being head hunted by “a man from the Foreign Office” the bespectacled...
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Untold stories of the war
Jeremy Paxman For much of the first world war the official Royal Navy fleet included a battleship that was quietly rusting at the bottom of the sea. In 1914, the British navy was the greatest...
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Hotel Majestic: the renaissance of the mythical P...
They did not get on well. Joyce described their conversation as “all questions whose answers were ‘No’.” He outraged the asthmatic French writer by lighting a cigarette as they shared a car home. The...
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articles/Hermitage film chronicles great museums ...
MuseumsRussian Federation Hermitage film chronicles great museum's turbulent history Director recalls how institution has been shaped by wars, revolution and purges The dramatic history of the State...
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National Gallery of Art
Twin towns share memories of war
Published at 07:38, Wednesday, 02 July 2014 TYNEDALE folk have returned from a poignant visit to Hexham’s twin town in France to commemorate the events of the First World War. Noyon suffered...
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Germany promises change as arms sales draw scruti...
Germany promises change as arms sales draw scrutiny BERLIN (Reuters) - For lawmaker Jan van Aken, little symbolizes more potently all that he finds indefensible about Germany's arms exports than the...
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When German win caused a shudder
When German win caused a shudder The victory of Germany over Argentina in the World Cup this month was shadowed by a recollection of the time a German team first won that cup. That was in 1954, and...
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the World Cup
The four-year journey to create the emotional cor...
Valiant Hearts: The Great War is based on genuine stories from the war. World War II is classic video game fodder. Nations came together to storm across Europe, pushing back an unambiguously evil...
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Sydney Morning Herald
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The Great War
How the threat of war led one man to make his mar...
THE threat of a European war led one man all the way to Bundaberg in the 19th century. Christian Thygesen was born on the North Sea island of Sylt in 1860. In a memoir he wrote later in his life, Mr...
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