Neatorama Posts Tagged "World War I"
Military Prop Photos of Two World Wars

These guys aren't in a zeppelin; that's a photo pr...  ...he photo is a stark contrast to the horror of the war to come.These military portraits collected by Chr...  ...e photographs range in time from the beginning of World War I to the close of World War II. While the majorit...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/07/30/Military-Prop-Photos-of-Two-World-Wars/
The Danger of World War I Shaving Brushes

Mustaches and beards were common among men in the...  ...cause it made a gas mask fit better, and chemical warfare was a real danger to those the front lines. But t...  ...quality of shaving brushes went down. Before the war , shaving brushes were usually made with badger ha...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/05/03/The-Danger-of-World-War-I-Shaving-Brushes/
How Humble Moss Healed the Wounds of Thousands in World War I

In World War I, the number of wounded soldiers was overwhelmin...  ...and pack it for medical use. Read more about the wartime medical use of sphagnum moss at Smithsonian.

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/04/29/How-Humble-Moss-Healed-the-Wounds-of-Thousands-in-World-War-I/
Why It Matters Whether Students Learn About World War I in American History or World History Class

On April 6, 1917, the United States declared war on the German Empire. For Americans, that was the...  ...Empire. For Americans, that was the beginning of World War I, even though the war had been going on for years in Europe. That set u...  ...hotomy in how Americans treat...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/04/06/Why-It-Matters-Whether-Students-Learn-About-World-War-I-in-American-History-or-World-History-Class/
World War I Is Hell For The Rabbits In Poilus

War is hell, and war in the warrens is even more hellish since most of the battles pl...  ...ss in the rabbit community it can lead to all out war , turning rabbit against rabbit in a blind battle...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/03/05/World-War-I-Is-Hell-For-The-Rabbits-In-Poilus/
7 Strange Mysteries of World War One

We study the big wars of history, but there will always be things we do...  ...know due to the chaos, death, and destruction all wars bring. Records and witnesses are hard to come by...  ...and witnesses are hard to come by even in recent wars , but ...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/01/27/7-Strange-Mysteries-of-World-War-One/
The Toymaker Who (Actually) Saved Christmas...

Alfred Carlton Gilbert was an extraordinary man. H...  ...arlton Gilbert was an extraordinary man. He set a world record for chin-ups, won an Olympic gold medal in...  ...challenge.It was 1918, the U.S. was embroiled in World War I, and the Council had made an open issue about t...  ...they argued, citizens shou...

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/12/02/The-Toymaker-Who-Actually-Saved-Christmas/
The War on Squirrels

During World War I, rations were doled out carefully, but food in...  ...squirrels. School children were urged to aid the war effort and wage a war of their own by killing squirrels during a 1918 p...

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/11/29/The-War-on-Squirrels/
The Wrecked German U-boat that Washed up on Hastings Beach...

You've read stories about dead whales that wash up on shore and cause problems because they are too big to remove. This story is a little bit like that. Hastings Beach (where the Battle of Hastings took place in 1066) in...

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/11/17/The-Wrecked-German-U-boat-that-Washed-up-on-Hastings-Beach/
The Animals of World War I

Horses, mules, dogs, pigeons, cats, camels, koalas...  ...even elephants were enlisted for their service in World War I. While a few were just mascots for the purpose...  ...has a collection of 45 photographs of animals in wartime . Warning

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/07/23/The-Animals-of-World-War-I/




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