World War 1 front lines

A photo of the South Wales borderers - front line duty Flanders, France
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Updated Nov 09, 2018

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100 years ago today, men from all over the world were in the European theater, fighting like this. In two days, on November 11 - the "eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month" - an armistice was signed. Known as Armistice Day for decades, it is now celebrated as Veteran's Day.
Nov 09, 2018 · Reply
Andy Hammond
It's still known as Armistice Day, or Remembrance Day in the Uk
Nov 09, 2018 · Reply
Esther Evans
I'm's still Remembrance Day to me....
Nov 09, 2018 ·
Andy Hammond
Esther Evans Canadian's. Wonderful people x
Nov 09, 2018 ·
Adam Louis Moore
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Adam Louis Moore
Canada!!!! Always a place to be with good minds
Nov 09, 2018 ·
Kim Polzin
What a terrible war!
Nov 09, 2018 · Reply
Bill Morby
And little donnie snowflake is in France and cancelled a trip to the largest WW I cemetery of Americans on the 100 anniversary of armistice day because... it was raining. 🤬
Nov 10, 2018 · Reply
Karen Riner
Most of us who went to school, learned this in school and learned why we should be respectful. Some of us were so rich, proxies were hired to go to school for us - so those Richie Rich kids never learned a lot of social skills or how to respect anything other than themselves. Ended up Demanding respect, which they will never get, because they are stupid cowards...who? Trump. There are many more out there - but he is the one I can' think of readily, right off the top of my head. What a sham this grifter is!! Passed up respecting his own veterans for "rain"? Naaaa, he insulted his own veterans because the military cancelled his EGO PARADE !!!
Nov 11, 2018 · Reply
Jim Marchelletta
120,000 lives,10,000 from Pennsylvania And 1500 from Pittsburgh alone. Pittsburgh manufacturing and industry was pivotal in supporting the allies three years before we even got into it the war.
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Tara Brown
There is a beautiful memorial for those from PA in France.
Nov 12, 2018 ·
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