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The Murder of Jean Jaures - July 31, 1914

 Jean Jaures

“What will the future be like, when the billions now thrown away in preparation for war are spent on useful things to increase the well-being of people, on the construction of decent houses for workers, on improving transportation, on reclaiming the land? 567 more words

History

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We need a million such men today to halt the tide.

Fischers and Horneys Come to America

A lot of times the sources used while researching the family history are confusing and/or have a lot of errors. Or it could be that I’m just ignorant of what was going on at the time and the source information is accurate, but it just doesn’t make sense without some crucial bit of knowledge. 742 more words

Alsace-Lorraine

The Factors Leading up to World War I

World War I was started through many different circumstances. The main people who started the War were the Slavs.

There were the East Slavs, the Russians and the Ukrainians. 442 more words

School Essays

Beer Regions: France

Bonjour!

Welcome to another post about Beer Regions, where I basically give you more reasons to travel than you already need!

Today we’re going to discuss France, which is in Europe.   848 more words

Beer

The Dreyfus Affair and Anti-Semitism

The Dreyfus Affair was a political crisis in the French Third Republic, starting from 1894 through to 1906, and although it was concluded more than a century ago, France is still feeling the fallout… 925 more words

HCJ

Fool me once, Alsace-Lorraine

Via Justin Peters: General Paul Pau—not only did he lose his arm in the Franco-Prussian War, he also lost his second “L”, apparently—comes out of retirement today… 65 more words

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Day Forty-Six

We did not need breakfast this morning after a generous dinner last night in the hotel, (mmm, coquelet roti), so we left the car in the hotel’s car park and walked into Colmar once more.  485 more words

Champagne