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While in France, I visited the Terlincthun British Cemetery a vast site which contains a staggering 4,378 burials, all beautifully cared for by the @CWGC…1/. pic.twitter.com/TPfNxYDCgX — Dan P (@DanielJPhelan_) August 1, 2022 RT @DanielJPhelan_: While in France, I visited the Terlincthun British Cemetery a vast site which contains a staggering 4,378 burials, all…
#KindleDealsLoos 1915: The Unwanted Battle. By Gordon Corrigan.https://t.co/veFM95cObG@WW1TheGreatWar#ww1 #militaryhistory #amazondeals pic.twitter.com/txHLSPjkrz — Aspects of History (@AspectsHistory) September 16, 2022 RT @AspectsHistory: #KindleDeals Loos 1915: The Unwanted Battle. By Gordon Corrigan. https://t.co/veFM95cObG @WW1TheGreatWar #ww1 #milita…
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WW1 September 13, 1916 French carried by advance L'Abbe Wood farm, and trench system south of Le Priez farm, south-east of Combles, a big success. – Trieste Raided by 22 Caproni battle-planes. – Serbians advance left of Allied line. #Ww1 #Somme pic.twitter.com/JDoo290i0h — WW1 We Remember (@jykp) September 13, 2022 RT @jykp: WW1 September 13, […]
With #TheTrench20 approaching, we’re delighted that @richardvanemden has donated a copy of 'The Trench' for us to raffle, signed by veterans Harry Patch and Arthur Barraclough and members of the 'Hull Pals' who took part in the BBC series! For Tickets:https://t.co/2vVGG6x49P pic.twitter.com/Ohto4bf2mC — Great War Huts (@GreatWarHuts) September 12, 2022 RT @GreatWarHuts: With #TheTrench20 approaching, […]
Who wants to see a Lidar of the Froideterre sector at Verdun? More sectors to come … Shows how much of the battlefield remains hidden in the woods. Highlighted in blue are the remains of the Lagadec trench, we rediscovered in August with @SteveMarsdin @bart_debeer pic.twitter.com/LBgR6gQba6 — 315e RI (@Ri315e) September 7, 2022 RT @Ri315e: […]
Russian poster from 1916 encouraging the public to donate a book to the soldiers fighting in the trenches. pic.twitter.com/8rLlcmIIoK — Nicolai Eberholst (Pike Grey 1914-1918) (@PikeGrey1418) September 6, 2022 RT @PikeGrey1418: Russian poster from 1916 encouraging the public to donate a book to the soldiers fighting in the trenches. https://t.co/8…
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This Project
Charting the daily events of World War One, this history project aims to provide a bite-sized and engaging way to follow the events of 100 years ago. Using a variety of sources, I aim to refer to the main events of the war on the centenary of their occurrence. However, it's not just about the main events, I have also taken time to research lesser known events in order to help the reader to feel engaged with the scope of the war.
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