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(The ruins of Fort Loncin in this German propaganda postcard.)
The beginning of August 1914 on the Western Front saw the great German march begin, when the German Fourth Army violated the neutrality of tiny Luxembourg, in an attempt to secure important railways needed to complete its war mobilization plans. 745 more words
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We re-imagine World War I, a century after its declaration in 1914, as a time of heroic sacrifice. 819 more words
Herbert Hensley Henson: A Biography
by John Peart-Binns
“ research is heavily dependent on primary archival work which is demonstrated throughout. the writing style is readable and the chronology is easily followed [...] this book may interest people wanting an introduction to the church of England’s history from the late Victorian era through to the end of World War II.” 15 more words