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Read a single page summary of the origins of the First World War - the tangled secret alliances, the royal feuds, the personalities and the seemingly inevitable series of events in June and July 1914 which culminated in the oubreak of hostilities spanning four years. Read how Adolf Hitler's experience in the German infantry during the Great War helped shape his subsequent character, from...
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The official home of WWE, featuring breaking news, videos and unrivaled access to your favorite WWE Superstars like John Cena, Roman Reigns, The Rock and more! From Mortis to Xanta Klaus, check out the 50 craziest characters ever. John Cena set to host “Saturday Night Live” on Dec. 10. Nikki Bella invites Sophia Grace to SmackDown LIVE.
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The Fokker DR.I triplane was built after the Sopwith Triplane. While not as fast as contemporary biplanes, the Dreidecker could easily outclimb any opponent. Small, lightweight and highly maneuverable, it offered good upward visibility and lacked the traditional bracing wires that could be shot...
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Some of the most poignant photos are those of children growing up during war. Boys and girls whose lives were forever marked by the devastation of life and lives, they still found time to play amidst it all. They were farmers and shopkeepers, bankers and merchants, men and women, boys and girls,...
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Whistling Woods International is one of the top film schools in the world and best film institute offering diploma & degree Programs in Mumbai, India. August 30, 2016: The man of several arts - Amole Gupte talks about the journey from a writer’s heart to a director’s vision to the students of...
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Western Researcher on Team Examining the Impact of Parent Star on Newly Discovered Planet Proxima b. SMOCS: Students get hands-on look at environmental cleanup on a massive scale. WWU's SBDC to Host Free Virtual Workshop on Boosting Web Traffic July 28. Western students spend their summers fighting wildfires in the Cascades. Summer Commencement awards degrees to more than 400 Western students....
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Official site of the United States World War One Centennial Commission. In WW1 nearly 5 million men & women joined the US military (116,516 died, 204,002 wounded). They deserve their own memorial. Over the coming years, the Commission will serve as the lead organizer for the nation’s commemorative events and will coordinate the activities of thousands individuals and institutions to raise...
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West Wits Mining Limited (ASX: WWI) is a gold explorer and developer with projects located in South Africa and Indonesia. The Company is currently focussed on developing its Soweto Cluster Gold Project, located near Johannesburg. The information contained in this website contains an overview of the information that the company releases to ASX in accordance with its obligations for continuous...
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Examples of posters used as World War 1 propaganda. Pictures of WW1 art used to sell liberty war bonds, fund the Red Cross, and support soldiers. "Dad's on the line busy fighting." What are you doing for those he left behind. Subscribe now to the Canadian Patriotic Fund. "Be honest with yourself. Be certain that your so-called reason is not a selfish excuse." Lord Kitchener. Enlist to-day. "Ce...
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A directory of online military records and indexes, listed by war: Civil War, WWI, WWII & more. This website is a directory of links to online military indexes and records for USA genealogy research. Included are rosters, databases of soldiers, draft card databases for World War I and II, and listings of military and war casualties. Thanks for visiting MilitaryIndexes.com - I hope it is a...
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9th SS Panzer 9th reenactment society Lastly, there are members who just enjoy history in General, and wish to learn more. These days, there are fewer and fewer Veterans, and remembering what they did for there country is important. French Vietnam reenactors Please take a few minutes and explore the website. Even if you're not a Historical Reenactor, but just have a taste for military history,...
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Welcome to the tour of World War I and World War II Propaganda posters. The posters displayed here were commissioned during World War II by branches of the U.S. Government such as the armed forces, recruiting bureaus, the Office of War Information, and the United States Treasury, to name a few. Patriotic in nature, these posters were intended to stir up pro-American feelings, and help mobilize...
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His archive of primary documents from the Great War period is international in focus. The intention is to present in one location both primary and relevant secondary documents between 1890-1930. Hen you cite documents from this archive, you may wish to consult the Online Citation Styles Guide, for MLA, APA, Chicago and other style manuals. Micheal Shackelford is the artistic designer of this...
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Each of our contract oilfield technical professionals has the necessary experience on oil and gas installations around the world. Each will hold the necessary safety and training certification required to prove competency and skill. Wellwise International has been trading successfully for 15 years supplying specialist oilfield personnel on a contract dayrate basis. Headed by Sandy Richardson...
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Walter served with the 28th Division, 112th U.S. Infantry (nicknamed the Iron Division by General Pershing) in the Army Intelligence Section from 1918-1919. The unit saw action in some of the major theaters of the war, including Chateau-Thierry and the Argonne. Walter saw many of his childhood friends and neighbors killed in the war, including his best friend “Hump” Humphries. He was promoted...
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One of the ongoing themes of this season’s Downtown Abbey has been how to commemorate and memorialize casualties from World War I. Should there be a stone commemorating the dead in the city square? A park where villagers can sit and quietly reflect? When we have experienced so much loss, how is it that we’ll best remember? After WWI, this commemorative soul searching occurred in almost...
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The normal process of a site search was completely bypassed for this memorial. In that process, the Pershing Park site would have been properly vetted to see if it was even eligible to host the National WWI Memorial, and alternates would also have been considered. "Sadly, once again this Memorial Day, our five million WWI heroes will not have a memorial to honor them. After 100 years we...
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Providing realistic and practicable avenues toward sustainable energy in the Caribbean and Central America. Helping decision makers better understand the environmental challenges and opportunities facing China. New Worldwatch Institute study examines the extent and consequences of global agricultural subsidies. Evaluating environmentally sustainable solutions to reduce global hunger and rural...
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Who's Who Internation - social club for unmarried adults. As a member (by invitation only), you are a part of a very unique family of friends throughout the United States, Canada, and around the world. Who's Who is a private selective social club, founded for unmarried adults. For those members who met their match and tied the knot, we are setting up Married Groups to cater to your needs....
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The Story: During WWI (1914-1918), young Americans go into German-occupied Belgium as part of the Commission for Relief in Belgium (CRB) to help save more than 9 million civilians from starvation. This humanitarian endeavor becomes the largest food relief the world had ever seen. The nonfiction Behind the Lines follows a handful of young CRB “delegates,” a twenty-two-year-old Belgian woman, two...
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