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1 Marshal Joseph Joffre of France visits Seattle's Pike Place Market on April 3, 1922.
2 Profile: Joseph Joffre
3 Ann Arbor software engineer, 24th Cheesecakerie team up to introduce ‘The Joffre’
4 Three Thousand Miles From the Western Front
5 Macron stirs anger with WW1 tribute to Nazi collaborator Petain
6 The Western Front: A History of the First World War by Nick Lloyd, review
7 How Gorky’s adopted son became a French diplomat
8 Who Led France Through World War I?
9 Offensive to excess: the controversial military tactics of Marshal Ferdinand Foch
10 Pétain's Last Stand, on a Tiny Street in Northeast France
11 Emmanuel Macron is trying to rehabilitate France's most notorious Nazi collaborator.
12 1 Million Dead: Why The Battle Of The Somme Should Never Be Repeated
13 EDN Bicentennial Series: Effingham County and the Great War
14 A History of the First World War in 100 moments: The legend of 'the taxis of the Marne'
15 A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: A big day at the enchanted chateau
16 Keeping Up With the Army as It Marched on Its Stomach
17 Earl Haig, British first world war commander, dies
18 1,000,000 Casaulties: This World War I Battle Will Numb Your Soul
19 Trench Helmets Into Watering Pails
20 WWI Centennial: Brits Attack at Arras
21 Taittinger Champagne in Photos
22 World War I: Unseen Images from the front
23 New Cato Book: Ten Global Trends Every Smart Person Should Know: And Many Others You Will Find Interesting
24 Unseen images from the Front | The Wider Image | Reuters
25 An Inside Look at the Germans’ Deadly Bomber
26 Macron plan to pay WW1 tribute to Nazi collaborator Petain stirs anger
27 A year when the Allies snatched defeat from the jaws of victory
28 You’re in the Army Now — and at Gettysburg, No Less
29 Why Teddy Roosevelt Tried to Bully His Way Onto the WWI Battlefield
30 Remember This? Joffre Street's Manor Hill Farm
31 Major Battles Of World War I (WW1)
32 Champagne and World War One: 'the darkest hour'
33 These historical 'then and now' photos are incredible
34 Hartley Edwards Played “Taps” on this Bugle After World War I to Honor the Fallen
35 International Peace Arch Association lobbies for 100th anniversary stamp – Abbotsford News
36 Sotheby's Auctions Robinson Crusoe First Edition And Classic Historical Documents
37 My Coffee Klatch With Rand Paul
38 One for all, all for one: first World War Allies agree military strategy
39 It Happened Here: Sam Hill pushes for Peace Arch on Canadian border
40 A new measure of carnage — the 'blood pump' of Verdun
41 Memory lane: More than a century of Dong Khoi, icon of Saigon beauty (Part 2)
42 More Than Just a Famous Garden
43 U-Boats and Octopuses Collide in These WWI Propaganda Maps
44 Guillemont to mark Irish sacrifice in first World War liberation
45 Segis Pietertje Prospect breaks world's record for annual milk production at Carnation Farms on December 19, 1920.
46 Post-Impressionist oil on board by Franz Kline will be in Bruneau & Co.'s November 24th auction
47 Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig: The Most Controversial Figure of WWI?
48 100 years since World War One
49 September 14, 1914: A black day for cricket
50 102 years ago, the Spanish flu slammed the Quad Cities. Here's what it teaches us about pandemics.
51 The horse's bold brush with the world of art
52 Sam Hill dedicates his Peace Arch at Blaine on September 6, 1921.
53 Madagascar: paradise in peril
54 Passchendaele: slaughter on the fields of Flanders | Register
55 A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Peace without
56 FOOT PRINTS: World War I
57 It Almost Looked Like Nazi Germany Would Win. Why Didn't They?
58 A Local Street and a Lesson in History (Published 2010)
59 Adolf Hitler Could Have Won World War II. Here Is Why He Failed.
60 A new horror for the men in the trenches: poison gas
61 My Opa's story of World War I's other fight
62 A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Lord Kitchener, father of the ‘New Army’, is lost at sea
63 New Jersey Man Clocked At 142 MPH, Arrested: NHSP Roundup
64 Man with alleged ties to white supremacist groups arrested in Houston on weapons charges
65 The Third Republic, the war and the mutiny in the French Army in 1917 • International Socialism
66 A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Ordeal by shellfire
67 Birmingham At War 1914-18: Tragic secret of brave 'Uncle Bill'
68 Images of the London buses used to take British troops to the Western Front in WW1
69 Napoleon dynamite | 14 June 2018
70 Sonoma musicians to play in worldwide live music porch festival
71 Top Picks: Of Mice And Potters
72 The Downfall of France
73 A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Campaign for peace turned former hero into public enemy No 1
74 Dawn of the tank — a secret weapon on the Somme
75 War in the air turns fiction into reality
76 The battle of the Somme facts: when, how long did the WW1 battle last, how many were killed?
77 Convenient death of a great general | Register
78 A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: The Turkish holocaust begins
79 A desert uprising that began in hope but ended in betrayal
80 A Year of War, 1915
81 A History of the First World War in 100 moments: A forgotten naval victory in which even Nature played a part
82 100 years since the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand: How did shot spark the First World War?
83 Ed Whalen's Kavanaugh Theory Raises Many Questions
84 What Trump and Kavanaugh Have in Common
85 After saving Jewish children from Auschwitz, this humble heroine chose obscurity
86 If These Were Normal Times, Brett Kavanaugh Would Be in Trouble
87 Sitemap
88 Unpublished Siegfried Sassoon poems get first reading
89 German Strategy: 1914 and 1940
90 Queen's birthday honours: Here's the full list
91 From Great War to World War: the story from the columns of the Church Times
92 The War for Eastern Europe
93 Moss Point goes purple and gold during Great Magnolia Homecoming
94 How much are homes selling for near you?
95 The Huge Economic Policy Error Behind The Current Stock Market Rally
96 Victories, retreats and stalemates during August-December 1916
97 Malta during 1916 – the Year of Attrition of World War I
98 Why does the US field the best soldiers but lose so often?