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  • He closed his eyes last night When all the world was cold and still And decked in robes of white. Dull, drear Old Year You disappear, Nor could I wish you stay. So sad you've been That few, I ween, Will weep for you today.
  • He closed his eyes last night When all the world was cold and still And decked in robes of white. Dull, drear Old Year You disappear, Nor could I wish you stay. So sad you've been That few, I ween, Will weep for you today.
  • old year, was it your fault That this old world went mad? You, surely, are not all to blame That man is wholly bad. You sent the showers And gave the flowers, Where would we let them grow? Perchance you wept When virtue slept
[50.8 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/potter.htm - 29.6 kb
  • to a single siege gun, at that time the world's largest and most powerful. Produced by the German firm of Krupp the Big Bertha was a 42cm howitzer, model L/14 designed in the aftermath of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904 on
  • to a single siege gun, at that time the world's largest and most powerful. Produced by the German firm of Krupp the Big Bertha was a 42cm howitzer, model L/14 designed in the aftermath of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904 on
[50.8 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/atoz/bigbertha.htm - 32.3 kb
  • From his sufferings Merlin creates a new world of poetry. Alcools combined classical verse forms with modern imagery, involving transcriptions of street conversations overheard by change and the absence of punctuation. It
  • From his sufferings Merlin creates a new world of poetry. Alcools combined classical verse forms with modern imagery, involving transcriptions of street conversations overheard by change and the absence of punctuation. It
  • call for investigation of the new worlds. Cubism left its marks on several literary works and authors. Max Jacon, André Salmon, Pierre Reverdy, and Gertrude Stein were intimately connected with the cubist
[50.8 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/apollinaire.htm - 27.1 kb
  • night's battalion training " - and oh! the world of scorn in that word "training." "Learning to follow each other about in the dark? I'm afraid, Dickie, if you can think of that, you've got the making of a
  • night's battalion training " - and oh! the world of scorn in that word "training." "Learning to follow each other about in the dark? I'm afraid, Dickie, if you can think of that, you've got the making of a
  • felt. And then a commission and a new world to conquer. One would be able to do so much more. Could one, though? When we asked about the men: "Are they old soldiers? Do they need much training?" and
[50.8 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/diaries/varietiesoftrenchlife.htm - 45.1 kb
  • comments on stick bombs, Jerry, and the world in general, rapidly rendered it safe again. This goes to explain why, on a November night during the latter part of the War, he was detailed off with me for a job of work that
  • comments on stick bombs, Jerry, and the world in general, rapidly rendered it safe again. This goes to explain why, on a November night during the latter part of the War, he was detailed off with me for a job of work that
  • seemed to me my beating heart must tell the world I was there and in a hell of a funk. A Verey light glared, grew brighter, and there down on the floor, peering into the pillbox, was a white face, the top portion black under
[50.8 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/diaries/nightmare.htm - 45.4 kb
  • into muddy lunarscapes. Thus the other world – the civilian world – and the social mores and manners that went with it was still present at the front. Also lacking was the pain, misery and hatred that years of bloody war build
  • of sanity from among the bloody chapters of world War One – a spontaneous effort by the lower ranks to create a peace that could have blossomed were it not for the interference of generals and politicians. The reality of
[50.8 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/features/christmastruce.htm - 45.9 kb
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  • the Sacramento River on the largest ferry in the world, The Salavo, and at Oakland we were carried across the bay by, The San Francisco. This is the first ride I ever had upon the salt water. On reaching San Francisco we were met by the rest of the
  • the Sacramento River on the largest ferry in the world, The Salavo, and at Oakland we were carried across the bay by, The San Francisco. This is the first ride I ever had upon the salt water. On reaching San Francisco we were met by the rest of the
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  • Space World Space Guide Archive Algeria
  • Space World Space Guide Archive Algeria
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  • World Intelligence Guide UKUSA Countries United States Australia Canada New Zealand
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