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Certificate given to all American WWI veterans wounded in action. Heroes that we really don't understand the measure of. Heroes flat out!

Certificate given to all American WWI veterans wounded in action. Heroes flat out!

A very quick briefing on the events of World War 1. Basic chronology and a casualty report are included. It is remembrance day today after all...

History A very quick briefing on the events of World War Basic chronology and a casualty report are included. It is remembrance day today after all.

A beached German U-Boat in Hastings, England. U118 was being towed after the war (1919) when the towline broke. It was probably an eerie sight for beachgoers.

A German U-Boat, washes up on the shores of Hastings, England in 1919 after breaking loose from her moorings in a storm. She was already a surrendered war prize.

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Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command MARSOC Raiders Insignia Badge Pin

Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command MARSOC Raiders Insignia Badge Pin

WWI, 9 May 1917: "Berlin claims and London admits Fresnoy now is in the hand of the Germans. London reports enemy success in this sector only after he hurled two fresh divisions into the battle" -Chicago Tribune

WWI, 9 May "Berlin claims and London admits Fresnoy now is in the hand of the Germans. London reports enemy success in this sector only after he hurled two fresh divisions into the battle" -Chicago Tribune

Wattle Blossum into Soldiers. A postcard series from 1916 featuring wattle soldiers by Maisie Carte. The postcards were sold to raise money for the war effort. Images courtesy of The National Museum of Australia.

Wattle Blossum into Soldiers. A postcard series from 1916 featuring wattle soldiers by Maisie Carte. The postcards were sold to raise money for the war effort. Images courtesy of The National Museum of Australia.

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