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100 years ago: Roy Edgar Pelton died

Roy Edgar Pelton died of cavernous sinus thrombosis in Toronto General Hospital on this day in 1918 (although some sources say he died on April 15th). 219 more words

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Max Beckmann: The Faces of World War I

From Circulating Now by Ginny A. Roth:

Max Beckmann, 1884–1950, was a painter and print-maker, primarily known for his self-portraits. Although Beckmann railed against being tagged as belonging to any art movement, he is most commonly classified as an Expressionist artist, until his work dramatically changed in the 1920s. 210 more words

World War One

War Poets Extra Credit

Guys, sorry about the SNAFU with Valiant Hearts – I honestly thought that it was a freebie on the App Store.

Never underestimate a mobile game’s ability to nickel and dime you to death. 36 more words

Notes And Homework

Leadership

Unlike mealy mouth Obama President Trump demonstrated with his ordering the strikes against Syrian chemical facilities that he says what he means and means what he says. 596 more words

My Review of SGT. STUBBY:  AN AMERICAN HERO

Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero, rated PG
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Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is based on the true story of the official mascot of the 102nd Infantry Regiment in World War I, and the most decorated war dog in U.S. 666 more words

Christianity And Culture

WORLD WAR 1

INTRODUCTION:

WW1 from 1914-1918, had been more destructive of all years till,the main opposing parties consisted of;

  • Germany.
  • Austria-Hungary.
  • Turkey.

and allies led by great Britain,France,Russia,Italy and United states on the on the other side. 2,026 more words

Richmond WW1 Diary 15 April 1918

Death of Joseph Hobbs – one of The Alberts dead |

Joseph Victor Hobbs is commemorated on the Richmond War Memorial, which was erected in the early 1920s by the Old Town Hall. 279 more words

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