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Honoring the Prince of Peace with Peace

For parts of five years, opposing soldiers dug into trenches all across Europe.  World War I would claim the lives on nearly one million military…

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Christmas in World War I

Christmas is not only a time for remembering the birth of Jesus, but it’s also a time when many of us get together with family…

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Fighting in the Trenches

1914 marked the beginning of a war unlike anything the world had ever seen.  Soon thousands of troops had amassed on the front lines across…

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The Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand

It’s difficult for many of us to name many specific battles or events in World War I.  We may have learned the war began when…

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The Beginning of World War I

Some say the event that began the first World War occurred on June 28, 1914…a century ago.  Today we take a look back and what…

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100 Years Since The World’s First Global Conflict

This week marks 100 years since the world faced its first global conflict.  It was a war that would engulf countries on multiple continents.  Yet,…

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The World War I Museum

When the World War I museum and Liberty Memorial were dedicated in 1926 by President Calvin Coolidge, it’s said he addressed the largest live audience…

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A Global Conflict

Ask most Americans who their nation fought in World War II and they’ll tell you Nazi Germany and Japan.  Ask them who was the enemy…

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