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News for WW I (1914-18)

Menston's four-year WW1 commemorations end with a book, Echoes of War
Now a new book, Echoes of War, reflects on the community’s response and remembrance of the 1914-18 conflict, and looks at Menston life in the early 20th century. The book launch on Friday, June 28, ...

Even through hell of the Somme, thoughts of racing never far away
It came from “three little gem diaries written in indelible ink by a soldier who lived through the battlefields of France in World War I, 1914-18”, sent to me many years ago by John Ryan, from the ...

German World War I U-Boat Campaigns, 1914-18
2018-09-15T16:55:09-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/520/20180915170201003_hd.jpgMichael Lowrey of the website uboat.net talked about how and why Germany developed U-boats during World War I. He ...

73,396 figures laid out in UK park to commemorate those killed in WWI's Somme
British artist Rob Heard stands amongst tens of thousands of shrouds during the unveiling of British artist Rob Heard's exhibit 'Shrouds of the Somme' ahead of Armistice Day in London, Britain, Nov. 7 ...

Why Were American Soldiers in WWI Called Doughboys?
It’s unknown exactly how U.S. service members in World War I (1914-18) came to be dubbed doughboys—the term most typically was used to refer to troops deployed to Europe as part of the American ...

Campbell's view: A look at the legacy 'Over There'
At the center of the cemetery are statutes of a grieving mother and father. On nearby French country roads are smaller cemeteries from battles fought during WWI between 1914-18. We saw German ...

Britain's Shame, And Still Not Sorry: The 1919 Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
In March 1919, the British colonial government passed the Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act, or the Rowlatt Act, extending repressive measures in force during World War I (1914-18). These ...

Inside a Wagon in the Forest of Compiègne
This event marked de facto the end of World War I (1914-18), a conflict that changed the world and still today projects its shadows. The Armistice was followed by the Paris Peace Conference and, as a ...

World leaders gather in Paris a century after WWI armistice
World leaders with the power to make war but a duty to preserve the peace gathered by the dozens Sunday to mark the end of World War I’s slaughter 100 years ago ... to the millions who died from ...

French president pays tribute to WWI dead ahead of armistice centenary
EPA-EFE/ETIENNE LAURENT The French president on Monday visited a World War I (1914-18) battlefield in the northeast of France as part of a six-day tour of the region leading up to the centenary of the ...

World War I reminds that 'no war is worth it'
One hundred years ago the armistice was signed that ended World War I. The “War to End All Wars” had left 17 million dead and 20 million wounded. Even the tiniest English village green boasts a ...

Peace Train: Universal conscription may deter war
World War I (1914-18) 14 million; World War II (1939-45) 70 million. Wars ruin agriculture, demolish industry, traumatize children, devastate families, scramble the minds of warriors and cast a grim ...