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Armistice Day

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  • Lorraine (Tetsell) Marsteller

    Lorraine (Tetsell) Marsteller
    Lorraine (Tetsell) Marsteller gently passed away on Thursday, June 6th. She was 94. She was born in Sterling, Colorado on the day World War I ended, the first “Armistice Day,” November 11th, 1918 to Albert H. and Ethel (Rhine) Tetsell. She...
  • Sixty years of Korean armistice: One war, two histories, no peace

    Sixty years of Korean armistice: One war, two histories, no peace
    On one side of the world’s most heavily fortified border, North Koreans are celebrating Saturday’s 60th anniversary of the armistice that halted the Korean War with Victory Day fireworks and a military parade. In South Korea, Armistice Day...
  • The drumbeat of war

    The drumbeat of war
    On the Thanksgiving before Pearl Harbor, Chicagoans had a foreboding sense of being inexorably sucked into a far-away maelstrom. Nazi armies had conquered much of Europe. Just England and a badly battered Soviet Union still stood in opposition. The...
  • A word, please: Holiday grammar tips for the new year

    Happy New Year. Or, as some say, happy New Year’s, or even happy new year. Which one is correct? They all are. New Year’s is one holiday that’s hard to get wrong. But as the months go by, other holidays roll around that aren’t so...
  • 9/11 plus 10

    9/11 plus 10
    Few moments in history are identified in everyday conversation solely by date. The Fourth of July is one of the few. Most commemorated historic observances go by names like Veterans Day (which used to be called Armistice Day as it signified the end of...
  • War and remembrance

    War and remembrance
    Wars aren't really over when they're over. There's the debris of a battlefield or a landmark church destroyed. And, always, there is the memory of those lost. You can sense the pain and pride always so palpably, so movingly, in France, where the 20th...
  • Mesa Musings: Honor veterans Friday with a paper poppy

    I remember Armistice Day. I remember on countless occasions as a youngster seeing little old men in front of business establishments selling artificial red paper poppies. They even came to our door. My mother, who frequently bought those poppies, told...
  • Community Commentary: Remember those who selflessly served

    Military victories throughout our history have shaped the world in which we live and are the keystone of every American freedom. Largely due to our military might, the citizens of the United States have been given the opportunity to create the greatest...
  • A rich history of scoops

    A rich history of scoops
    Two events last week reminded us of famous Tribune scoops. Veterans Day, originally called Armistice Day, marked the end of fighting in World War I and set the stage for one of the Tribune's greatest victories. And the release Friday of President Richard...
  • The 11th

    The 11th hour is a term that's become part of the English language. Born of war, it has come to mean a deal struck at the last minute. Its origin is the dubious end of World War I, known before World War II as The Great War, a negotiated armistice that...
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    From the Archive: Armistice Day