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RENNIE AIRTH – The Novels Between The Two World Wars

The United States entered as combatants late in World War I.  The French and the British on one side and the Germans on the other side engaged in trench warfare, living in rain and ice-filled trenches for years.  The Germans … Continue reading

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WORLD WAR I, RASPUTIN, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA, AND A BOY NAMED ALEXEI

I regret that I wasn’t able to post on November 11.  If so I would have borrowed Dan Waddell’s post from that day on the Murder Is Everywhere blog (www.murderiseverywhere.blogspot.com).  Dan opens his post with the lines from “In Flanders … Continue reading

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