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The most intensively and extensively used weapon in WWI was artillery-high explosive projectiles and shrapnel shells killed or maimed more men in the trenches than any other armament.
The WWI period that these women poets were writing in was a tumultuous one, on every front.
The Treaty of Brest Litovsk, signed between Bolshevik Russia, the German Empire, Austria Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire on March 3, 1918, officially terminated Russia's involvement in WWI.
As pointed out in Roy Marcot's definitive and lavishly illustrated, official history of the Remington Arms Co., entitled REMINGTON America's Oldest Gunmaker, possibly only a 100,000 or so Remington Berthiers were produced and many of that lot were bought by the US government and issued to the 369th through 372nd US Negro Infantry Regiments, who fought alongside the French Colonial troops in WWI.
He was the promoter in the re-opening of the Trieste Coffee Terminal Market (active before 1914 and after WWI) as well as promoting the establishment of a "Clearing Home" for terminal activity with cooperation of ICCH, London.
There were only 50 men in the Air Force of the United States of America at the outbreak of the WWI.
Across the nation, individuals, groups, universities, and communities planted trees to honor WWI soldiers.
We suggest the concepts of visual rhetoric can be easily grasped through the propaganda posters created by the Office of Public Information (OPI), which worked to garner support for WWI, and were arguably part of the most successful public relations campaign in US history.
Scott Gelber, "A 'Hard-Boiled Order': The Reeducation of Disabled WWI Veterans in New York City"
Dax (Kirk Douglas) in Stanley Kubrick's WWI masterpiece, and he doesn't mean the enemy.
In her third "perfect" historical romance (see A PERFECT STRANGER and A PERFECT ROMANCE), Anne Robins provides a terrific tale that enables the audience to get a close look at San Francisco just prior to the United States entering WWI. Especially intriguing is Chinatown and the treatment of Chinese including specific prejudicial racial laws aimed at control of the Asian immigrant population.
The Tomb sarcophagus, which rises above the grave of the WWI soldier, bears three Greek figures representing Peace, Victory, and Valor.