After a century, World War I is finally getting the treatment in American cinema it so richly deserves. While some of the best war movies
Tag: WWI veterans
Upon receiving the flags, Newman-Keyes gave one each to Douglas County Commissioner Tim Freeman and Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs …
Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley and Rep. Peter DeFazio. Representatives of the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs and the military branches are …
Then the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs helped verify that the veterans who had been found were eligible to find their final rest at the …
Elizabeth Cobbs, a history professor at Texas A&M and a senior fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, is the author of “The Hello Girls.” Women were …
Not Every Woman Who Served With the U.S. Military During World War I Got the Same Treatment. Here’s Why
The First World War is often described as the first “modern” war. The term generally refers to mechanized warfare in the form of tanks and
A century ago, on Feb. 17, 1919, the U.S. Army’s 369th Infantry Regiment, nearly 3,000 African American soldiers and known as the Harlem Hellfighters, returned
After a few of those weird one-off Fathom Events screenings that you never hear about in time, Peter Jackson’s World War I documentary They Shall
A new book, “They Fought in Colour,” wants to help modern audiences feel a deeper sense of connection with the soldiers.
“They Shall Not Grow Old” is a tribute paid by the present to the past, and what a gorgeous gift it turns out to be.
“We Became Warriors Again”: Why World War I Was a Surprisingly Pivotal Moment for American Indian History
When Congress in 2008 declared the Friday after Thanksgiving to be Native American Heritage Day, the resolution made only passing mention of why that timing
The city of Astoria had hoped to finish the restoration of Uniontown’s Doughboy Monument a year ago, long before Sunday’s 100th anniversary of the end