Remembering World War I in Photographs

By | July 29, 2014

[July 29, 2014] While we recall the lessons of the “Great War” and the destruction it wrought, we can also remember that it help make the United States into a global force for good. More to come in the pages of on how leadership in the war made a difference in the outcome. Here’s to remembering World War I in photographs; those who were in the war are no longer with us. They have the respect of generations who are honoring their sacrifices.

Here are some not-so-famous photographs.

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Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

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