Thursday, June 1, 2023


Today in
World War I History


1914 - In Berlin, Colonel Edward House met with Kaiser Wilhelm II. House documented in his diary that the discussion centered around the Anglo-Saxon race in Europe.

1916 - On the Western Front, German army troops launched an attack on British lines in the Ypres Salient. On June 7, the Germans captured Fort Vaux.


World War I Quote

"The Americans who went to Europe to die are a unique breed.... (They) crossed the seas to a foreign land to fight for a cause which they did not pretend was peculiarly their own, which they knew was the cause of humanity and mankind. These Americans gave the greatest of all gifts, the gift of life and the gift of spirit."
- President Woodrow Wilson








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