World War I

TOPSHOT - US President Donald Trump (R), French President Emmanuel Macron (L) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) chat at the start of the first working session of the G20 meeting in Hamburg, northern Germany, on July 7, 2017. Leaders of the world's top economies will gather from July 7 …

Gregor: The False Dichotomy of Nationalism Versus Patriotism

Recently, the President of the United States stated that he is a nationalist. That sent tremors throughout the globalist and leftist academic community. Almost immediately, the President of France felt called upon to explain why his country cousins in North America should be disturbed. We were told that nationalism was “the very opposite” of patriotism. Thus, the President of France apparently still recognizes the Stalinist distinction between nationalism and patriotism he learned at university from his leftist professors.

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Patrick K. O’Donnell: American Flyboys Over St. Mihiel

The American pilot turned his De Haviland DH-4 biplane sharply to avoid fire from a German plane in the air above St. Mihiel, France. As he did, castor oil that had leaked from the engine dripped onto his uniform and splattered on his goggles.

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Prince and Prime Minister Mark Centenary of Battle of Amiens

AMIENS, France (AP) — Britain’s Prince William and Prime Minister Theresa May, joined by ministers and ambassadors from Allied countries and a former German president, marked on Wednesday the centenary of the Battle of Amiens — a short, bloody and decisive confrontation in northern France that heralded the end of World War I.

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Texas Veterans Monument Mysteriously Damaged

A mystery surrounds what caused the destruction of four commemorative granite tablets, part of a Central Texas war veterans monument, the weekend before Memorial Day.

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Exclusive–Patrick K. O’Donnell: A Different Kind of Courage

This year marks the hundred-year anniversary of some of America’s most important battles in World War I. That makes it a fitting time to reflect on the achievements of some of the war’s forgotten heroes, including Boston’s own Charles Leo O’Connor.

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Pinkerton — From Politics to Passchendaele: Case Studies in Frustration and Victory

If we look beyond politics to a most extreme example of massed persistence—World War One’s Battle of Passchendaele, a century ago—we might gain insight into the value of adjusting one’s strategy in the face of heavy fire. And in fact, as we shall see, disaster in the short run can sometimes sow the seeds of long-run success.

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Historian Jonathan Casey on the History and Impact of World War I

Jonathan Casey, archivist and Edward Jones Research Center manager at the National World War I Museum, joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday during a special Memorial Day episode to discuss the history and impact of World War I.

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America Commemorates World War I Centennial

Senior Curator at the National World War I Museum and Memorial, Doran Cart, joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam on Thursday to discuss the centennial commemoration of the U.S. entering World War I on April 6, 1917.