Tags » Armistice

Almost And Armistice Day

Neal Pollard

War historians have given notice to it. It is a tragic subplot to a war tragic beyond most all comparison. World War I was a senseless, repeated exercise in the mass killing of young men from around the globe. 651 more words

The Great War Cook Book

Picked up from the post today! Time to crack on with the research on WWI bread and other recipes.


Storyboard underway

After spending a few nights last week working on fictional texts, Nick is now we’ll underway into translating those to a storyboard.

The proposal has gone out to the Artists Residency team in Spurn and, whilst we wait to hear back (and hopefully receive a formal go ahead for the project), there’s no time to be waisted in getting ideas and plans down on paper. 26 more words

Spurn Point

Ending the Korean War: The Armistice Agreement

The end of World War II marked a turning point in American history. While many Americans moved forward and focused on having peace in the nation, tensions were growing between the Soviet Union and the US. 751 more words

Armistice Commemorations, Montreal, 1919

Montreal Daily Star, 11 November 1919, page 3

Montreal ceased all activity in honor Armistice

King’s Orders to commemorate termination of war carried out in city today – Factories, railways and street traffic stopped. 1,196 more words


November 11, 1918

The end of World War I — Isaac described the events in two separate journal entries.

We were here at Olathe when the Armistice was signed & by previous arrangement the fire siren let go at 1-30 the morn of 11 Nov    Rev Deyoe & his good wife jumped out of bed & soon the big bell of the ME Church joined in the chorus & the bdg… 215 more words

1898-1923 Leaving The Farm Behind