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"Sgt. Alexander Arch, the man who pulled the lanyard in firing the first American shot of the world war. It was in the Luneville sector on the morning of Oct. 23, 1917."  - SB News Times September 9, 1919

Alexander Arch, the man who pulled the lanyard in firing the first American shot of the world war. It was in the Luneville sector on the morning of Oct. - SB News Times September 1919

WWI, 28 March 1917, South Bend News Times, US

WWI, 28 March 1917, South Bend News Times, US

WWI, 28 March 1917;"American Aviators in France. Dispatches from Paris confirm reports that Sgt J R McConnal, an American aviator with the French army, was killed" - South Bend News Times, US

WWI, 28 March Aviators in France. Dispatches from Paris confirm reports that Sgt J R McConnal, an American aviator with the French army, was killed" - South Bend News Times, US

" Save Peach Stones. As They are Urgently Needed in the Making of GAS MASKS." - South Bend News-Times, September 3, 1918

" Save Peach Stones. As They are Urgently Needed in the Making of GAS MASKS." - South Bend News-Times, September 3, 1918

British soldiers in the trenches on the Western Front during the first World War. Italy famously changed sides in 1915, entering the war on ...

Shell shock: How much has changed in 100 years? British soldiers wait in the trenches on the Western Front during the First World War in this undated file photo. (Reuters) - The Globe and Mail

WWI, 23 April 1917, USS New Mexico was launched. "Almost without ceremony." - South Bend News-Times, 27 April 1917

WWI, 23 April 1917, USS New Mexico was launched. "Almost without ceremony." - South Bend News-Times, 27 April 1917

WWI;"British Front in Northern France-Canadian Railway Corps men bending a rail; Tailoring between fights." - The Illustrated War News, Sept 1917

"British Front in Northern France-Canadian Railway Corps men bending a rail; Tailoring between fights." - The Illustrated War News, Sept 1917

"Sgt. Alexander Arch, the man who pulled the lanyard in firing the first American shot of the world war. It was in the Luneville sector on the morning of Oct. 23, 1917."  - SB News Times September 9, 1919

Alexander Arch, the man who pulled the lanyard in firing the first American shot of the world war. It was in the Luneville sector on the morning of Oct. - SB News Times September 1919

WWI, 2 Oct 1916, The Daily News, Perth

WWI, 2 Oct 1916, The Daily News, Perth

WWI, 1 June 1917;"Russian artillery has opened up and is now directing a violent cannonade against Germans on the Riga line and Dvina River" - Evening Public Ledger, Philadelphia

WWI, 1 June artillery has opened up and is now directing a violent cannonade against Germans on the Riga line and Dvina River" - Evening Public Ledger, Philadelphia

WWI, 5 Jan 1917:"British West Front extends for nearly 100 miles" - Barrier Miner, Broken Hill

WWI, 5 Jan West Front extends for nearly 100 miles" - Barrier Miner, Broken Hill

WWI, The World's News, 16 Dec 1916. Eastern Front.

WWI, The World's News, 16 Dec 1916. Eastern Front.

WWI, 16 Dec 1916; "The Harlington picked up all the crew, only to be herself sunk the same day" - The Argus, Melbourne

WWI, 16 Dec "The Harlington picked up all the crew, only to be herself sunk the same day" - The Argus, Melbourne

WWI, 22 Jan 1917: " Drifting minefield discovered by Swedish patrolling torpedo boats" - The Register, Adelaide

WWI, 22 Jan " Drifting minefield discovered by Swedish patrolling torpedo boats" - The Register, Adelaide

WWI, 6 Jan 1917; "Germans may attempt a desperate blow on the West front early this year" - The Daily News, Perth

WWI, 6 Jan "Germans may attempt a desperate blow on the West front early this year" - The Daily News, Perth

WWI, 13 Dec 1916; Violent scenes not only on the battlefields, but also in the French Chamber of Deputies. - The Argus, Melbourne

WWI, 13 Dec Violent scenes not only on the battlefields, but also in the French Chamber of Deputies. - The Argus, Melbourne

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