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WWI Centennial Exhibition

Here are a few snapshots from our Exhibition in November, timed with Remembrance Day and the centennial anniversary of WWI. 32 more words


"I Was Jacob": Another Student's Memoir of Our WWI Travel Course

As the calendar turns to March, today we share one last post from our January travel course in Europe on the history of World War I: a second example of… 1,201 more words


Deep Characterization and World War I Brought to Life Thanks to Author P.S. Duffy

A few times the staff of Repentino. is lucky enough to have the opportunity to interview authors who bring the stories to life between the pages of their works.   2,106 more words

Going to War: Power and Prosperity

The United States presents a fascinating study of the various reasons a nation chooses, or feels forced to go to war. In the early days of the nation, war with foreign powers was seen as too entangling to enter into lightly. 565 more words


Remembering World War I, Late February, 1915

An intense fight for Constantinople takes center stage in late February, 1915 according to the Wilmington’s Sunday Star newspaper. It is recorded as “the largest bombardment in history”.   56 more words

World War I

Daily Photo: February 27, 2012

This is a war memorial in a park in Montclair, New Jersey. It almost looks like a reflection in a pond.

Camera: Apple iPhone 4S          ISO: 64          Focal Length: 4mm          Aperture: ƒ/2.4          Shutter Speed: 1/1972