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Organic Listing Variations
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First World War.com - Encyclopedia - Voie Sacree
Apr 13, 2003 ... La Voie Sacree - which came to be called the 'sacred road' and was simply called 'La Route' at the time - comprised the main road supply ...
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First World War.com - Memoirs & Diaries - The Retreat from Mons ...
They were piled up, with what looked like beds and bedding, and all of them asked .... They would fall fiat on their faces on the road, while the rest of us ...
3.
First World War.com - Vintage Audio - Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty
Nov 24, 2002 ... Reproduced below are the lyrics to the popular sentimental British wartime song, Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty, written by A.J. Mills, ...
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First World War.com - A multimedia history of World War One
A collection of source documents detailing origins, treaties, major speeches, personalities, battles, weapons, audio archive, and photographs.
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First World War.com - Weapons of War
However no history of the war would be complete without an overview of the weapons of war, in all their varying forms. Thus this area of the site provides ...
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First World War.com - Weapons of War - Poison Gas
In the first month of the war, August 1914, they fired tear-gas grenades (xylyl .... France and Germany - suffered similar self-inflicted gas reversals during 1915. ... The French army occasionally made use of a nerve gas obtained from ...
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First World War.com - Vintage Photographs - Poison Gas and ...
French soldiers wearing gas masks on the Western Front (GW), German Red Cross man wearing a gas mask with oxygen apparatus (GW) ...
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First World War.com - Vintage Photographs - Poison Gas and ...
British driver and horse wearing gas masks (WW), Liquid fire demonstration by the British for Queen Mary (WW). French gas attack upon German lines (WW) ...
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First World War.com - Vintage Photographs - Poison Gas and ...
102nd U.S. Engineers putting on gas masks after gas shell explosion (CPE) ... on the Eastern Front (GW), British respirator parade and inspection (GWS) ...
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First World War.com - Weapons of War - Poison Gas
Following on the heels of chlorine gas came the use of phosgene. ... As with chlorine and phosgene gas before it, the Allies promptly reciprocated by ...
 
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