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Futility by Wilfred Owen

Futility by Wilfred Owen

▶ (2) A History of Celtic Britain - Age of Warriors - BBC - YouTube

▶ (2) A History of Celtic Britain - Age of Warriors - BBC - YouTube

A History Of Britain - Part 15

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Nederland en de Tweede Wereldoorlog (deel 1) - YouTube

Nederland en de Tweede Wereldoorlog (deel 1) - YouTube

The Niagara Movement.

The Niagra Movement was a secret group of African Americans that wanted equal rights and W.B Du Bois was one of the leaders.

A crowd of Japanese Americans stand behind a barbed wire fence waving to departing friends on train leaving Santa Anita, California.

Four U.S. soldiers, runners for the 315th Infantry, pose in France in November 1918. The troops reportedly carried official orders to Lt. Col. Bunt near Etraye, France, shortly before noon, Nov. 11, 1918, announcing that the armistice had been signed, thereby ending World War I.

Veterans Day — originally Armistice Day — was renamed in 1954 to include veterans who had fought in all wars. But the day of remembrance has its roots in World War I — Nov. 1918 was the day the guns fell silent at the end of the Great War.

y'all should read all WWI poetry. Start with Owen. All good things start with Owen..

Wilfred Owen, Dulce et Decorum est - "guttering, choking, drowning" Descriptive…

The forgotten ANZAC horses. Millions were used during World War 1 as Cavalry horses on the Front Line for transportation, pulling heavy wagons of food & ammunition for hour after hour.

Pack horses carrying ammunition in Flanders, from 'The Horse and the War' by Captain Lionel Edwards, published by Country Life in

British troops on their way to the front, June 1916. The inexperienced, volunteer armies raised in Britain from 1914-1918 were confident of victory. Crazy !

British troops on their way to the front, June The inexperienced, volunteer armies raised in Britain from were confident of victory.

Craiglockhart War Hospital, Edinburgh (1917) Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen were amongst the patients during WW1

Craiglockhart War Hospital was at the heart of pioneering PTSD treatments.

French Red Cross dogs line up for inspection on... - Guns Gas and Trenches

Lining up for inspection French Red Cross dogs line up for inspection on the Western Front,

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