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William Webster was a very small man in a Bantam Battalion who was killed by shelling from British artillery. 1,391 more words
The Joneses? No, we don’t keep up with them any longer.
Say, Oli. Uh, you moved away before things changed. Maybe you don’t know. They didn’t make it. 458 more words
This photo from the Kurdish-run Hawar News Agency shows fighters from the predominantly-Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces at a funeral procession in Tal Abyad, Syria, on April 13, 2017, for 18 comrades who were killed by a misdirected airstrike by the U.S.-led coalition. 336 more words
The Imber friendly fire incident took place on the 13 April 1942 at Imber, England, during the Second World War. One of the Royal Air Force fighter aircraft taking part in a firepower demonstration accidentally opened fire on a crowd of spectators, killing 25 and wounding 71. 366 more words