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In WWI, a British soldier named Henry Tandey saved the life of a ...

In WWI, a British soldier named Henry Tandey saved the life of a ... | First World War News | Scoop.it
The world would not have been what it is today were it not for the actions of a British soldier called Private Henry Tandey.During WWI,he came across a wounded Adolf Hitler and decided not to kill him because he didn't consider it noble.
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France, Germany to fund WWI centenary events in Sarajevo - Dalje.com

France, Germany to fund WWI centenary events in Sarajevo - Dalje.com | First World War News | Scoop.it
Dalje.com France, Germany to fund WWI centenary events in Sarajevo Dalje.com He recalled that WWI ensued after Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife, Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, were...
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Vimy Ridge victory in First World War recalled as a turning point - The Province

Vimy Ridge victory in First World War recalled as a turning point - The Province | First World War News | Scoop.it
The Province Vimy Ridge victory in First World War recalled as a turning point The Province On Sunday, an estimated 300 young army cadets from 10 units throughout Metro Vancouver gathered in Vancouver's Victory Square to commemorate the First World...
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Heroic Measures: Father Louis Pelletier, serving as Army Chaplain ...

Heroic Measures: Father Louis Pelletier, serving as Army Chaplain ... | First World War News | Scoop.it
Born in Van Buren, Maine of a large family of French Canadians who moved to the United States decades before, Father Louis Pelletier was a Marist priest who served in the U.S. Army in France during World War I.
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