Today is Thursday, January 23, 2020

Today in
World War I History

1918 - The U.S. steamship Tuscania left Hoboken, NJ. It was torpedoed on February 5th by the German submarine U-77. The convoy was able to save 2,187 American soldiers of the 2,397 onboard.

1920 - The Dutch government refused to extradite Kaiser Wilhelm to the Allies.

World War I Quote

"My darling one and beautiful, everything tends towards catastrophe and collapse"
- British naval officer Winston Churchill, July 29, 1914

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