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Saturday, September 12, 1914 - El Paso Herald gives a full page to the role of dogs on Great War battlefields!
El Paso Herald (El Paso, Texas)
As a dog lover, I couldn’t pass up posting this article from the September 12th edition of the El Paso Herald 218 more words
Machine guns, heavy artillery, barbed wire, and poison gas all existed before World War I (1914-1918). Airplanes, too, already existed, as did observation balloons, submarines, hand grenades, and flame throwers. 533 more words
That Arizona Uzi shooting by a 9-year-old girl is one of several hundred accidental shootings that will happen this year
By now you’ve probably heard about the nine-year-old girl who accidentally shot a gun instructor at a shooting range in Arizona. For those who haven’t, the girl lost control over the Uzi submachine gun she was handling after the instructor switched the gun from semi-automatic—which fires a single bullet at a time—to automatic, which sets off a cascade of bullets such as you might see in, say, 296 more words