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Letters From Home: Soldiers reading and writing home, from World War One to Korea. — War History Online

Letters From Home: Soldiers reading and writing home, from World War One to Korea. — War History Online | world war one, 1920's politics | Scoop.it
Mailing letters to the men and women serving in the armed forces has been a. Such correspondence provided a link between what was taking place on the front (Letters From Home: Soldiers reading and writing home, from World War One to Korea.
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This shows the homefront's struggle to keep in contact with the men serving.

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Experts begin excavation of WWI trenches — War History Online

Experts begin excavation of WWI trenches — War History Online | world war one, 1920's politics | Scoop.it
Lynne Gladstone-Millar, a local historian who has been campaigning for the trenches for 10 years, the announcement is a huge victory ARCHAEOLOGISTS fighting.
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This is a really good source because it shows historically how the trench warfare greatly affected the warfront in France.

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1920's Politics

1920's Politics

Via Melissa Oreo Melstar Chandler
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this shows a really good point of view from all of the different political stanpoints.

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The Killer Trees of World War One

The Killer Trees of World War One | world war one, 1920's politics | Scoop.it
When is a tree not a tree? Well, that’s not quite the esoteric problem you might imagine. Actually, it’s one grounded in fact…and deadly serious fact at that because, during World War One, a man’s ...
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I really like this because it shows all of the crazy tactics that they came up with to win the war even if it was a little weird.

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Annette Crawford's curator insight, May 22, 4:18 PM
A tree is not a tree? Under cover of night, soldiers would cut down the real tree, dig a hole in the place of its roots and insert the replica. Come daybreak, the enemy would not know the difference and instead of a harmless stump there would now sit a deadly sniper tower.
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World War I: Ace Raoul Lufbery Born

World War I: Ace Raoul Lufbery Born | world war one, 1920's politics | Scoop.it
March 14, 1885 - Franco-American ace Raoul Lufbery (left) is born at Clermont-Ferrand, France. The son of an American father and a French mother, Lufbery.
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I think this is awesome because it shows the risks people took to gain rights. This shows a lot of patriotic spirit!

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