WWI

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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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PICS: British, Belgian Royals Mark WWI Battle Centenary in Ypres

YPRES, Belgium (AP) — Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Kate, on Sunday joined Belgian royals and relatives of soldiers who fought in the Battle of Passchendaele to mark 100 years since the offensive that became a symbol of war’s

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Rudyard Kipling’s Son’s Remains Found from WWI

At the height of his career Rudyard Kipling was Britain’s most popular writer. The first Briton to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, he remains the youngest ever winner.