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Armistice - Phoenix

This cover was done my senior year of high school with my friend Jack Davidson. We were crazy about Phoenix, a french rock band from Versailles, that won… 20 more words


A woman “found guilty of thinking” The times of Louise Olivereau, Seattle’s World War I radical


Olivereau’s closing remarks, quoted at the head of this article,   recounted the events leading to her arrest and also explored her ideology. She stood alone before the court, and according to the Post Intelligencer, she said that she had “no use” for the United States government, and compared it with “the militaristic system of Germany we are fighting.” 3,336 more words

Human Rights

Chemical Weapons Don’t Recognize Armistice

Wars result in agonised deaths and appalling injuries for humans, animals and marine life. Many of these, as in Japan, Libya, Syria and Iraq suffer long after the egotistical ‘Mission Accomplished’ banner is raised. 777 more words


'The Silent Morning' in paperback

The excellent news is that The Silent Morning, the essay collection about the aftermath of the Armistice, edited by Trudi Tate and Kate Kennedy, is now in a… 598 more words


Houghton Who? Nuclear Row Over Armistice

As we mark the 96th anniversary of the Armstice, the maverick Labour opposition has once again drawn the attention of the press for failing to be a traditional politician of the establishment. 752 more words

UK Politics

Le jour de l’Armistice // Veterans Day

Yesterday was Armistice Day in France and Veterans Day (formerly Armistice Day) in the United States. As such, I decided to plan this week’s lessons for my classes around the holiday. 597 more words

Veterans Day

Today is Veterans Day, originally celebrated as Armistice Day, celebrating the end of World War I on the 11th day of the 11th month at 11am. 535 more words

World War I