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Independence

As we celebrate Independence Day I want you to remember not only those that fought and died for freedom, but also the purpose, that meant so much to them, that they were willing to sacrifice their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor. 80 more words

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Assault in Loos

I’ve found this picture by chance, it’s supposed to represent a British assault with gas masks in Loos. To be honest, I find such a scene quite terrifying…

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With all of the racial tension that has been stirring in our nation, I felt it necessary to do my part to promote unity. 312 more words

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Wanting to hear about the First World War : 1915 'The year of trial and error'.

The Western Front Association presents the Fourth President’s Conference – a series of talks through-out the day

Fig.1 Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud Poilus of the 77th Infantry Regiment (1915) 72 more words

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The Deserted Jail, Loos, Set #2. Part 1/2

Here is my second set of the abandoned jail in Northern France, I’ve been there once in July (set here).

Special thanks to Thomas Cacheux, Thibaut Watteau and Antoine Casciani. 40 more words

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From Galway to the Great War: William Coram and his family

William Coram came from a family that originated in the west of Ireland. Born in Stafford in 1895, he died in France at the end of the Great War after over three years of service on the Western Front.  841 more words

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