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History - World War I

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The armistice between the allies and Germany put an end to the fighting in the First World War. The signing of the Armistice occurred at 5 a.m. on November 11, 1918 in a wagon located in an alley in the forest of Compiègne (Rethondes, France) between the German politician Matthias Erzberger and the Commander in Chief of the Allied forces, the French Ferdinand Foch, but did not enter into force until 11 am.

El vagón de la venganza de Hitler

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Here is a set of 50 task cards focusing on World War I. The student answer keys are grouped into five problems per key to allow for frequent checks and immediate feedback. Student response sheets are also provided with five questions per sheet. The teacher key has all 50 answers on one page.

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world war 1 information for kids

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The "Christmas Truce" during World War I... THE NEW YORK TIMES, December 31, 1914 newspaper...

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World War I Veterans of Guysborough County: Pioneer Battalions. Canadian Expeditionary Force. Canadian Pioneer Battalion #CEF #CanadianExpeditionaryForce

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This is hilarious!

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Laurie Garrett: What Can We Learn from the 1918 Flu?

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Armistice Train, 11 November 1918

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You Really Can't Blame Him for Wanting a Life Preserver

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Can It Survive?

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Not a Single Bough

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"Over There" by Billy Murray

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Basic trench layout

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German armored cruiser Blucher capsizes at the Battle of Dogger Bank

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Trenches in WWI.

THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1915

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HMS ABOUKIR capsizing

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First Battle of Ypres

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FIELD COMMUNICATIONS DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

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S.M.S. Königsberg in the Rufiji delta, East Africa.

SMS Königsberg (1) - Kleiner Kreuzer der Kaiserlichen Marine

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The interior of an Australian advanced dressing station on the Menin Road during the Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele), 20 September 1917.

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Nurses in WWl. The first war that allowed nurses to serve openly. Made possible by the Army Nurse Corps.

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A Gift to the Nation: William B. Gould and His Six Enlisted Sons, 1917. On 9/21/1862, Gould escaped with seven other slaves by rowing a small boat 28 miles down the Cape Fear River and out into the Atlantic, where the USS Cambridge picked them up as contraband. He had a remarkable life, and left one of only three journals kept of wartime experiences by former slaves. All 6 of his sons enlisted in WWI. Read his story at the link, via Vielles Annonces of flickriver

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Harlem Hellfighters WWI One of the most distinguished units was the 369th Infantry Regiment, known as the “Harlem Hellfighters”, which was on the front lines for six months, longer than any other American unit in the war. 171 members of the 369th were awarded the Legion of Merit.

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The Helmets Of WW1

historicallysound: the helmets of ww1 - Decimononic

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One minute history videos

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