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Christmas wishes

The holiday season is well and truly upon us and in searching our collection for Christmas related items I came upon this tin. These small brass boxes were issued to all those wearing the Kings’ uniform, fighting in World War I, during Christmas 1914. 159 more words

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Over The Top

The bullets zipped overhead, snapping and hissing so close they could smell death on the air. The gray sky stifled life in its grip and nary a man desired to leave the trench. 9 more words

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Austro-Hungarian Red Book: Szogyeny to Berchtold, 16 July 1914

On 16 July 1914, Count Szogyeny, the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador to Germany (pictured), sent a strictly private telegram to Count Berchtold, the Austro-Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs. 221 more words

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Murkier beginnings of League of Nations - White Man's Burden

From William Easterly’s masterly “Tyranny of Experts”

The negotiations in Versailles for a treaty to end World War I occupied the first half of 1919, until the participating nations signed the treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919.

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The Panzer Empire’s Moving Fortress

Just announced today another interesting release from Meng, wondering what else they have in the pipeline after the Char 2C and this piece…

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Cheslyn Hay's Fallen: Wallace Thomas Lawson and When is a Soldier a Soldier?

Wallace Lawson is a soldier buried in Great Wyrley Cemetery by a twist of fate. He served in the Royal Engineers from 1915: a period that saw him in Ireland during the Easter Rising, in France through 1917 and celebrating Armistice Day there; yet he would never make it home. 26 more words

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Another Hawaiian goes to war abroad, 1917.

Moses Puahi Keoua, the engineer for the prison, received a letter from his son, Peter Moses Keoua, who left Hawaii nei about two months ago, which told of his enlisting into the British military in Canada; he is staying at the military base in Winnipeg until the government calls those troops to the battlefield. 16 more words

Hawaiians Abroad