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Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: May 1, 1918

May 1, 1918

Sighted Cape Charles Lighthouse on 4 to 8 A.M. watch.

Anchored in Hampton Roads 10 o’clock and docked at Newport News, Va. 2 P.M.

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22-Horrors of War

And with her usual insight she watched the people stretching out their docile necks, ready for the knife.

Source: 22-Horrors of War

Séverine

22-Horrors of War

22-Horrors of War

In February 1905 Séverine published an article in Je Sais Tout entitled “The Horrors of War” in which she meticulously enumerates the deaths produced by the ensemble of wars in the 19th century. 990 more words

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The Surrender of Kut, 100 years later

Yesterday marked the centennial of one of the worst military fiascos in British history, the surrender of the 6th division of the Indian Army to the Ottomans at the Iraqi town of Kut. 748 more words

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Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: April 30, 1918

April 30, 1918

Worked all day issuing small stores.

Weather warm, except at night when rain storm came up.

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Toward a European Defense Union - Carnegie Europe - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

The Carnegie think tank argues that the creation of a common European army is a long way off, but it is a strategic necessity to start paving the way toward it now. 238 more words

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