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The Second Battle of the Marne

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Nov. 11, 1918: Fighting in World War I ended with the signing of an armistice between the Allies and Germany.

Nov. 11, 1918: Fighting in World War I ended with the signing of an armistice between the Allies and Germany.

A Berlin butcher’s shop looted in a food riot, 1919. The blockade of Germany was maintained during the period between the armistice and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in June 1919. This caused huge resentment in Germany. Q 110881

A Berlin butcher’s shop looted in a food riot, 1919. The blockade of Germany was maintained during the period between the armistice and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in June 1919. This caused huge resentment in Germany. Q 110881

Chemical Warfare In The Twentieth Century, British troops blinded by tear gas wait outside an Advance Dressing Station, near Bethune, 10 April 1918. An image reminiscent of John Singer Sargent's famous painting 'Gassed', 10 April 1918.

Chemical Warfare In The Twentieth Century, British troops blinded by tear gas wait outside an Advance Dressing Station, near Bethune, 10 April 1918. An image reminiscent of John Singer Sargent's famous painting 'Gassed', 10 April 1918.

THE ITALIAN ARMY ON THE ITALIAN FRONT, 1915-1918

THE ITALIAN ARMY ON THE ITALIAN FRONT, 1915-1918

Herder-Institut: Bildkatalog

Herder-Institut: Bildkatalog

Tented Nurses' Quarters CCS

Tented Nurses' Quarters CCS

Henry Cabot Lodge (1850 - 1924) born Beverly, MA, Harvard, Harvard Law, Harvard PhD, lawyer at Ropes & Gray, Republican Senator from Massachusetts, Chairman after WWI of Senate Foreign Relations Committee, along with close friend Theodore Roosevelt, was a supporter of "100% Americanism" and foe of increased immigration that might harm the "standard of civilization in the United States".

Henry Cabot Lodge (1850 - 1924) born Beverly, MA, Harvard, Harvard Law, Harvard PhD, lawyer at Ropes & Gray, Republican Senator from Massachusetts, Chairman after WWI of Senate Foreign Relations Committee, along with close friend Theodore Roosevelt, was a supporter of "100% Americanism" and foe of increased immigration that might harm the "standard of civilization in the United States".

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