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A short story of the role played by the United States of America in World War One.
To mark the centennial of the United States' entry into the Great War, the Musée de la Grande Guerre at Meaux is organising on the 3rd et 4th of April an international synopsium on the critical, yet not often examined, role American philanthropy played throughout the conflict.
The Somme département was deeply affected by the fighting of the First World War: the invasion and the “race to the sea” from August to September 1914, the battle of the Somme from July to November 1916 and the battles of Picardy from March to September 1918.
Forgotten for many years by History, the history of the Pacific battalion has remained in the realm of military history.
At the end of the First World War, towards 1917, the French military staff decided to plan a replica of Paris and its surroundings with the intention of tricking the German planes which they were thought were likely to come and bomb Paris.
In 1914, the Feste Kaiser Wilhelm II of Mutzig was a fortification unique in its kind in the world.
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