100th Anniversary of WWI
Sunday, November 11, 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Army to end World War II. This was the Great War, called the “European War” or “World War” of simultaneous. Ten million warriors would die before it ended with the defeat of Germany on November 11, 1918. Its bloody battlefields, Somme, Verdun, Marne and others still suggest a meaningless sentence sacrifice. Those who survived the grave on the west front felt that civilization could never ever sink so low. – By Associated Press
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The 100th Anniversary of WWI End
Sunday, November 11, 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Army to end World War II. This was the Great War, called “the European War &” or “World War & Rdquo; of simultaneous. Ten million warriors would die before ending Germany’s defeat on November 11, 1918. Its bloody battlefields, Somme, Verdun, Marne and others still reveal a meaningless universal victim. Those who survived the grave on the west front felt that civilization could never ever sink so low.
By Associated Press
In this 28th of June 1914 file photo, the ice sheet in Austria Franz Ferdinand, right middle, and his wife Sophie, left, go to their car in Sarajevo. This photo was taken a few minutes before the assassination of the Archduke and his wife, an event that resigned from a chain reaction of events that eventually led to World War I. (Associated Press)
In this document on June 28, 1914, the police filmed a suspect after the shooting of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. Young Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip fired the shots that killed the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian and Hungarian throne, and his wife Sophie. (Associated Press)
In this picture file in August 1914, German troops stand during the formation of Brussels. (Associated Press)
In this out-of-date file photo, Prussian soldiers who leave Berlin face flowers from a woman during World War I. (Associated Press)
In this out-of-date film image, Belgium’s troops from Brussels directed towards Louvain. (Associated Press)
In this undeaded file photo, Serbian soldiers take position on the battle line. Some of the first battles of the World War struck between Serbia and Austria-Hungary around the Cer Mountain region. (Associated Press)
In this unexplained movie picture, German soldiers speak to each other on the western front during World War I. (Associated Press)
In this 1914 file image, a Belgian machine gun solution is being launched near Haelen, Belgium. The Belgians often used dogs to draw the ammunition wagon. The Battle of Haelen was also known as the Battle of Silver Helmets. (Associated Press)
In this 1914 movie, Allied troops stumble into a dug around a small fire near Ypres, Belgium. (Associated Press)
In this May 1, 1915 file, the British cargo and passenger vessel Lusitania launches for England on its last journey from New York City. The British ocean liner was lowered from Ireland on May 7, 1915, by a German U-boat and killed 1,150 people, 114 of them Americans.
In this 1915s photograph, a Turkish soldier sees the British troops, while another carefully watches from a tomb in Gallipoli, Turkey. (Associated Press)
In this outlawed file photo, troops are mobilized on the Danube River stretch from Belgrade during the First World War. Austrian forces captured the Serbian Capitol on October 9, 1915. [Associated Press]
In this April 8, 1916 film image, French troops moved troops and freight in Nixeville, France, during World War I by Verdun.
In this document on May 31, 1916, the German naval naval navy crossed the North Sea to meet the British Great Fleet in Jutland’s Jaguar during the First World War.
In this May 31, 1916 movie picture, the British navy fleet under Admiral John Jellicoe is about to face the Imperial German Navy Fleet for the Battle of Jutland in the North Sea. (Associated Press)
In this 1916 file photo, Australian artillery soldiers run a large caliber gun at the Somme front, in France during World War II. (Associated Press)
In this April file on April 2, 1917, US President Woodrow Wilson handed a call to Congress’s joint meeting in Washington, USA during World War II.
In this 1917 file photo, German soldiers invaded Canadians injured during the battle of Vimy, France during World War II. (Associated Press)
In this exiled file photo, US Army forces stand in the excavations of France during the First World War. (Associated Press)
In this exiled file photo, two soldiers of thought are sent to support French troops in Juvigny, France, during World War II.
In this 1918 file photo, US Navymen respond to a gas attack near Verdun, France during World War II. (Associated Press)
In this exiled file photo, the cathedral is on the square in Ypres, Belgium, ruined after bombing in the First World War. (Associated Press)
In this exiled file photo, British troops run under heavy fires outside Cambrai, France during World War I.
In this March 15, 1918 movie image, an American soldier from the first division threw a hand grenade in combat during the First World War along the western front of France.
In this September 26, 1918 file photo, a U.S.Amy 37-mm gun crew crew its position during World War II Meuse-Argonne Allied Offensive in France.
In this 1918 movie, American troops climbed with guns of solid bayonets over a sandback in France during World War II.
In this movie from November 1918, US soldiers from New York, serving on the front line of Cambria, France, sent a Liberty Bell to celebrate the signing of the Army to end the World War One. (Associated Press)
In this 1918 file photo, American troops get near St. Mihiel, France, after hearing the news that the Army has been signed and ending World War II. (Associated Press)
In this photo November 11, 1918, people on the streets of Paris, France celebrate the signature of the armistics that ended the struggles of the World War. (Associated Press)