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After the war, Stubby was awarded lifetime memberships in the American Legion, YMCA and American Red Cross.

A forgotten slice of First World War history has been recreated in Bloomsbury. The Shakespeare Hut provided a safe haven — and a dash of culture — for thousands of troops returning from the trenches in France. Now the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, which was built on the site in Keppel Street, is home to an exhibition telling its story. Hundreds of huts were built and run by the YMCA during the war but the Bloomsbury building was designed specifically to mark the 300th…

The Canadian Soldiers’ Song Book. [S.l.: Y.M.C.A., 1916?]. Another enduring legacy of the First World War is the music, especially the songs sung by the soldiers while on the march or taking their ease behind the lines in billets or at the local French and Belgian estaminets.

"For Your Boy" - This poster, and many others, is now on display in Cincinnati Museum Center’s online exhibit, “World War I Propaganda Posters.” See more here: http://www.cincymuseum.org/exhibits/world-war-i-propaganda-posters This exhibit and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center's Cincinnati Soldiers exhibit are presented as part of Cincinnati Remembers WWI, a citywide series of events commemorating the centenary of the First World War. #WWI #VintagePosters…