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World War I
‘Oblivion or Glory: 1921 and the Making of Winston Churchill’
As 1920 ended, Winston Churchill seemed headed for obscurity. The British failure at Gallipoli brought his political career to collapse in 1916. While partially restored before the Great War ended, ...
March 30, 2021
Bomb Blast Hits Remembrance Day Event at Saudi Non-Muslim Cemetery
Three people were wounded in a bomb blast on Wednesday during an international event marking the Armistice Day ...
November 11, 2020
The Unknown Warrior: A Poignant Reminder for a Grieving Nation
Nov. 11, 2020, marks 100 years since Britain’s Unknown Warrior was buried at Westminster Abbey in London, to ...
November 7, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Unknown Soldier’: Generations and Mysteries Unfold
NEW YORK—A young girl, Ellen (Zoe Glick), around 11 years old, enters and sings: "Sometimes you see a ...
March 11, 2020
The Pity of War: The Remarkable Poets of World War I
For most of us, November is one of those in-between months, in this case a pause between October’s ...
November 6, 2019
War, Disillusionment, Literature, and the Divine
This year marks the centennial of the Treaty of Versailles, formally ending World War I, that bloodbath which ...
September 10, 2019
The Tide Is Turning for the Arts
To call World War I a catastrophe for the West is akin to describing a Burmese tiger as ...
June 17, 2019
Theater Review: ‘All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914’
NEW YORK—At the onset of Christmas 1914, an amazing thing happened on the Western Front of World War ...
December 6, 2018
Poetry Found: ‘The Battery Horse’ by E.R. Henry
Given that the recent days have been rightfully occupied by the remembering of the humans who never made ...
November 24, 2018
In Armistice’s 100th Year, Why the ‘White Poppy’?
Commentary LONDON—This year has been a special remembrance one for Britain and mainland Europe, as well as for ...
November 15, 2018
Reflecting on the US as World’s Peacekeeper
Commentary Should you ever find yourself in Budapest, Hungary, take the time to visit the Szabadság tér (Liberty ...
November 13, 2018
On Centenary in France, Trump Honors Americans Who Died in World War I
President Donald Trump visited the American Cemetery in Suresnes, outside Paris, on Nov. 11, to honor the fallen ...
November 11, 2018
‘A Piece of Closure:’ Law Students Killed in WWI Called to Bar 100 Years Later
CALGARY—John William Gow Logan had one course and some articling to complete before becoming a lawyer, but his death ...
November 9, 2018
The Canadian Press
Descendants of Vimy Ridge Oak Trees Live on in Canada, and Now France
MONTREAL—In April 1917, a Canadian soldier standing on a war-ravaged battlefield in France pocketed a souvenir to send home: a handful of ...
November 5, 2018
The Canadian Press
UK Student Vows to ‘Paint Over’ Mural Honoring Students Who Died in World War I
A student at a UK university has vowed to paint over a mural honoring students who died during ...
October 25, 2018
Peter Jackson, From ‘Lord of the Rings’ to the Trenches of World War l
For his new World War l documentary, "They Shall Not Grow Old," director Peter Jackson was adamant the ...
October 10, 2018
Film Review: ‘The Guardians’
In strategic terms, it is not so advantageous to have the front line on your national soil. At ...
May 9, 2018
The Next Step in ‘A Soldier’s Journey’
WASHINGTON—Wounds of history, however long ago inflicted, can begin to heal as soon as they are acknowledged. World ...
December 29, 2017
Theater Review: ‘Death Comes for the War Poets’
NEW YORK—Britishers Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen were arguably the greatest war poets of World War I. Playwright ...
June 17, 2017
Sculptor Sabin Howard in Service of Something Bigger
NEW YORK—Sabin Howard is in the throes of a monumental task. The master sculptor has to conceptualize a ...
November 5, 2016
Free Donuts: Where to Get Sweet Treats on National Doughnut Day—Friday, June 3
So whether you're into a handful of donuts, a donut with your coffee, a year's supply of donuts, ...
June 2, 2016
Europe’s Refugee Crisis: The Last Time Round It Was Much, Much Worse
Germany, he warns, cannot go on indefinitely being treated “as a waste-paper basket with a limitless capacity for ...
September 19, 2015
Ray M. Douglas
Surveyed World War II Ship Found ‘Amazingly Intact’ (Video)
64 years later and 26 hundred feet underwater, a World War II aircraft carrier found off the San ...
April 18, 2015
Remembering Flanders Fields
Before I visited Belgium for the first time, I associated this tiny land with beer, chocolate, fries, and ...
April 9, 2015
It Took a Decade Before Film Could Look at the Trauma of World War I Straight On
Most people probably have an image of World War I derived as much from popular culture as from ...
December 3, 2014
World War I Records Reveal Myths and Realities of Soldiers With ‘Shell Shock’
During World War I, severe post-traumatic reactions reached an epidemic scale that surpassed anything known from previous armed ...
November 20, 2014
Lessons From Versailles for Today’s Middle East
The summer of 2014 was a season of analogies and anniversaries. European leaders commemorated the start of World ...
October 24, 2014
Virginia Gov. Northam Orders Investigation After Army Officer Pepper-Sprayed During Traffic Stop
Protesters Clash With Police After Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting of 20-Year-Old Daunte Wright
Isabel van Brugen
Texas Gov. Abbott Calls on Biden to Restore Trump’s Immigration Policies
Video: How Religion Is Being Twisted to Support Political Agendas—Interview With Dr. Frank Turek
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Pentagon Chief Declares ‘Ironclad’ US Commitment to Israel
The Associated Press
CCP Virus Variant Affects Vaccinated People More Than Unvaccinated People: Study
Texas Governor Dismisses Biden’s Gun Control Measures as ‘Show’
After Black Lives Matter Protests, Police Lethal Force Decreases: Study
2 South Korea Firms Reach US Electric Vehicle Battery Deal
The Associated Press
Utah County Sheriff Vows to Not Enforce ‘Unconstitutional Gun Control’