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The Man with the Camera Eye

Don’t worry! The man with the outstretched arms is not about to be crucified. His Bertillon measurements are being taken and recorded.

The photo was made at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. 108 more words


Dulce et Decorum Est (Book excerpt)

The hideous miasma rolled along the shattered landscape. The Germans tried to outrun it, but they were too slow. The mist enveloped them. They floundered, limbs waving, their twisted, mannered figures reeling through it, the sound of their screaming voices growing more and more distant, until they disappeared.

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Dulce at Decorum Est (Book review)

If you have ever read anything dieselpunk, or watched any dieselpunk film or enjoyed any diesepunk art, you’ll know: WWI setting is the classic of classics for this genre. 396 more words

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John Ward's son.

Cayton’s Weekly (Seattle, Wa.), 31 August 1918.

I have not been able to identify the son of John Ward who served in the cavalry and lived in Wilson.

Wilson County