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Unbagging YAAH! Magazine Issue #8 from Flying Pig Games

I have been fortunate to obtain a copy of Yaah! Magazine Issue #8, which is a wargame magazine published by Flying Pig Games that includes articles on upcoming games, reviews of recently released games, strategy articles and tips and a pack-in game. 254 more words

War Game Wednesday

Valentine's Day 100 Years Ago And Beyond

Since this past Wednesday was Valentine’s Day, I wanted to take a look back through our newspapers and see if Valentine’s Day was celebrated one hundred years ago. 744 more words

Unexploded bombs - an article worth a read

Unexploded bombs, here mainly referring to ordnance left over and undiscovered since the end of the World Wars, feature in the news for various reasons. 339 more words

World War II

Feminist Fridays: I wrote an entire essay about hair?

Yes, you read the title of this post correctly: I recently filled an entire eight pages with an essay about hair. Since it has a decidedly feminist perspective, I thought I would discuss it with you all in this week’s installment of Feminist Fridays. 473 more words

Classics

In Honor of Black History Month: Rufus B. Jackson

In honor of Black History Month and in commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the United States’s involvement in World War I, we highlight Des Moines resident and Iowa Stater Rufus Benjamin Jackson, Class of 1917. 136 more words

University Archives

World War I

As of November 2018, World War I will have officially been over for 100 years. In honor of that occasion, the Royal Gorge Regional Museum is putting together an exhibit highlighting how the war affected Fremont County.  58 more words

Local History

Foxwell March 16 talk and signing, "DC Women in World War I."

As part of Women’s History Month, I’ll be speaking on “DC Women in World War I” at the March 16 luncheon of the Association of the Oldest Inhabitants of DC (AOI), the oldest civic organization in Washington, DC. 60 more words

Women's History