Tags » WWI » Page 2

WWI and the Adventist Church

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in the United Kingdom has compiled information regarding how Adventists in the region responded to World War One–WWI and the Adventist Church… 181 more words

Freedom Of Conscience

Thursday 1 October 1914 - We Lost 53

II Corps of the British Expeditionary Force comes out of the Aisne and starts to move towards the west and then the north.

Major William Algernon Ireland Kay (King’s Royal Rifle Corps) makes a personal reconnaissance of great value reaching a point within 100 yards of the enemy’s outposts.  135 more words

September 30 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1914
Under cover of darkness, the America, said to be the world’s most powerful aeroplane, is loaded aboard the Mauretania… 128 more words


Trench Warfare

This is Trench Warfare. Photo taken by an official British Photographer during WWI, c.1917

CREDITTT: http://historicaltimes.tumblr.com/post/93028653179/this-is-trench-warfare-photo-taken-by-an-official

(since we can’t use tumblr) womp womp


Carpet or Battle Field

While in Vienna, I had the opportunity to visit the Leopold Museum, housed in none other than the Museums Quartiers.

There were several exhibits being displayed within the walls of this beautifully curated space. 579 more words

Service Records of Soldiers and Accounts of the Great War as It Was Unfolding In Delaware Newspapers

One hundred years ago, at the end of July in 1914, a catastrophe that was to engulf the world began in the city of Sarajevo. World War I, “The Great War”, was triggered by the assassination of the heir to the throne of Austria, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie, by a 19 year old Serbian terrorist named Gavrilo Princip. 327 more words


WORLD WAR-1: A Brief Overview

Often called as crises of modernity in the twentieth century, World War -1 was a major factor that changed the world forever. There had been continuous clash amongst colonial countries to expand their power and capture cheap resources as well as labors since nineteenth century onwards. 291 more words

World History (Mains)