Tag: world war I

We originally ran this post for Memorial Day 2015. It's a lovely read, so we decided it should be reposted this year. The Washington Post...

Happy Long Weekend Saturday, Nerdlings, and here is a whole bunch of Nerdstuff that we meant to bring you last weekend, except some rogue...

Two heroes of World War I were finally recognized Tuesday by President Obama at the White House; the president presented the Medal of Honor...

  While the editorial "we" is house style at Wonkette, we will use the less-pretentious "I" for the duration of this post, because we can...

The sidecar is a beverage steeped in controversy. The creation lore is murky. The ratios are not widely agreed upon. Bartenders cannot decide whether...

Now that his initial wave of ranty anger over the Veterans Administration clusterfuck has passed, Jon Stewart brings us a brief review of our...

As we've noted before, there's one element of history where our textbooks aimed at the Christian homeschooling market actually manage to be fairly accurate:...

Welcome to the 20th Century, time tourists! Our 10th-grade textbook for homeschoolers, World History and Cultures In Christian Perspective, would like to remind...

Not another one! This bloody war must end! Frank W. Buckles died Sunday, sadly yet not unexpectedly at age 110 In 1917 and 1918, close...

Germany is finally paying off the last of its reparations for World War I, so we can now close that chapter of world history...

One of the very very important court cases the Supreme Court is tackling during its first week back is Salazar vs. Buono, about "whether...


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