I am in Paris getting ready to celebrate the end of World War One. Is there anything better to celebrate than the end of a war, in particular that one, which was one of the bloodiest and worst of all time?
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World War One was stupid even if you accept most War is stupid and the peace was vindictive and destabilising for all concerned.
One hundred years ago, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, the bloodiest war in history ended. World War I began senselessly, ended senselessly, and left a legacy of disaster that lasted for the rest of the century..
This quote attributed to various sources but seeing News (generally) & Tweets from my Police family (specifically), in our troubled world, how good to see the wonderful varied acts of Remembrance this weekend & say with conviction that our war dead have suffered but the one death.
On Remembrance Day, I can think of no better way to remember those who gave their lives than to re-watch The Fallen of World War II -- one of the best data visualizations I have every seen..
Latest News: Remembrance Day: Procession of 10,000 follows two-minute silence Ten thousand people march past the Cenotaph in London to honour those who died in World War One. 2018-11-11 16:17:16Z.
BBC News - Armistice Day: Macron and Merkel mark end of World War One..
My Grandfather Lieutenant Bob Leonard, Royal Navy 1914-1918, survived the Aboukir Incident - 22 SEPT 1914 - 3 ships torpedoed out from under him in one night:.
Irrespective what Donald Trump speaks about how the Americans won World War war began in August 1914,America joined on April 6th. judging,just making a comment..
Among the many, many sombre reminders of ordinary lives lost in World War One and the 1,200 Donegal soldiers who died, I’ve learned of this man, US Army Private Joseph McHugh, 316th Infantry Regiment,.
@ianbremmer A Frenchman should only have one word to say to an American when commemorating either World War: merci.
BBC News - Armistice Day: A poem for a fallen World War One soldier.
World War I: 100 years on, the horrific legacy of chemical weapons endures As the world marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that ended World War I, there is one tragic legacy of the conflict that sadly has not stopped: chemical weapons. Science.
Today marks 100 years since the end of World War One, we remember the fallen. #RemembranceDay2018.
The Socialist International could have stopped world war one in its tracks. Its conscious decision not to do so should forever taint the reputation of its rightwing leaderships..
@realDonaldTrump Most people were totally against world war one. We jumped in so we could make wealthy people wealthier as the global shipping routes were too dangerous during the war..
I literally started crying for the people who died in World War One what am I pregnant or something god.
Today marks the day World War One ended. Let’s take some time to honour our veterans who gave their life for our freedom and let’s choose peace over war. Let us leave the earth a better place for our future children.
I liked a @YouTube video Tribute To The Fallen - World War One 100 Years Ago - 11th November 2018.
Watch our tribute using the link below to hear Sky Sports statistician @Benedict_B tell the story of two cricket players - Colin Blythe and AEJ Collins - who left their mark on the record books. 📲.
@realDonaldTrump So Trump skipped the ceremony to honor the dead of World War One (37 million) because of a light rain. He then told the 150,000 Californians who had to flee their homes due to fire that he might cut off federal aid,while watching Fox News. 🙄.
Did Macron surrender France to the World while honoring the fallen that saved France in World War One ? Pathetic.
interesting fact learned on this trip. We visited 1 of only 5 remaining so-called “true “ one party communist countries - Vietnam . The other 4? China , Laos ,Cuba and North Korea. At one point during the Cold War about 1/2 of countries in the world were communist..
In Russia’s fields no poppies grow There are no crosses row on row To mark the places where they lie, No larks so gayly singing fly As in the fields of Flanders via @WSJ.
World War One: Six extraordinary Indian stories.
I am in Paris getting ready to celebrate the end of World War One. Is there anything better to celebrate than the end of a war, in particular that one, which was one of the bloodiest and worst of all time?.