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World War I (1914-1918)

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  • TV This Week July 20 - 26: 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

    TV This Week July 20 - 26: 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 20 - 26, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------   SUNDAY Warren Beatty, Joe Montana and others...
  • New England Air Museum offers family fun this summer

    New England Air Museum offers family fun this summer
    The New England Air Museum, already considered as one of the best places to bring children for fun and education, has added some new kids' activities for the summer. On Monday, June 30, some guests to the NEAM gathered just beyond the children's area to...
  • New Binoculars Tour takes in gargoyles, sky-high details of Loop

    New Binoculars Tour takes in gargoyles, sky-high details of Loop
    Margaret Hicks has a simple message for visitors to Chicago and natives alike: Look up. Better yet, look up and look closely at all the rich ornamentation adorning so many classic buildings in the Loop. Here, take these binoculars, take a moment —...
  • Dangers Around Every Corner When Walking Route 44

    Dangers Around Every Corner When Walking Route 44
    It's one thing to plan a 106-mile trek across the state, thinking about all the great people and places along the way, and quite another to hit the road on foot.  Oh, I'm still eager to see what's around the next bend and to squeeze as much as...
  • The Kaiser On The Outbreak Of WWI

    With respect to the June 28 story,"100 Years Ago, Shot Triggered Start Of WWI," when the European powers plunged into the abyss one month later, Kaiser William II is reported to have said: "To think that George [King George V] and Nicky [Tsar Nicholas II]...
  • 100 years later, remembering the crucible called World War I

    100 years later, remembering the crucible called World War I
    The shot that changed the world rang out on a sunny summer's morning in Southeastern Europe. No one knew then that the assassin's bullet would spell the death not just of an Austrian aristocrat but the entire global order, with four empires and millions...
  • Study of cliff swallows' flight tactics could help design missile guidance systems

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. They sing gently outside our windows, these soaring symbols of nature's grace. But sometimes birds' behavior is more consistent with a war movie than a Disney film. A new University of North Carolina study involving cliff swallows...
  • Exhibit Looks At One Connecticut Town's Role in World War I

    Exhibit Looks At One Connecticut Town's Role in World War I
    It was the Great War, the First World War, the "war to end all wars," and it began 100 years ago. "Great" it was, indeed, if measured in sheer size. More than 70 million soldiers fought in it, 10 million died in it, as did 7 million civilians. Lines on...
  • Iraqi, Syrian insurgents declare a caliphate

    IRBIL, Iraq The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria announced Sunday the establishment of the Muslim caliphate and declared that its leader is Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, the current head of ISIS. The declaration made official what many observers had expected, a...
  • 'War and Gold' explains the chaotic history of money

    "War and Gold: A 500-Year History of Empires, Adventures, and Debt" by Kwasi Kwarteng; Public Affairs/Perseus Books (442 pages, $28.99) One of my souvenirs is a note from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. I paid a vendor in Victoria Falls $3 for it, and that...
  • Benjamin Britten triumphs in San Francisco

    Benjamin Britten triumphs in San Francisco
    When Peter Grimes "is at his exercise," boys die. The title character of Benjamin Britten's first and best-known opera is a social outcast in a claustrophobic fishing village on the raw British coast. A violent visionary, Grimes is abusive toward his...