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- 09 -132018

« 1918, armistice(s) », episode 14

The announcement of the signature of the armistice by Georges Clemenceau at the Palais Bourbon. Oil on canvas by René Rousseau Decelle. © Paris, musée Clemenceau Premier-Secours à la Caserne de Château-Landon, avec un clairon […]

- 09 -042018

« 1918, armistice(s) », episode 11

Itinerary of German plenipotentiaries. © Paris, musée de l’Armée Pierre Toubeau, Deputy Chief of the Northern Network, took a few photographs, going against Foch’s orders. They show some of the carriages on both trains, the […]

- 08 -212018

« 1918, armistice(s) », episode 7

Map depicting the locations of each armistice and front. © Paris, musée de l’Armée. An Italian soldier’s haircut. © Paris, musée de l’Armée The newspapers, which did not have enough illustrations to cover the event, […]

- 08 -072018

« 1918, armistice(s) », episode 3

To announce the signing of the Brest-Litovsk armistice, five photographs were chosen to feature in the Russian and German newspapers.  In the above photograph, which appeared in particular in French newspapers Le Miroir and Excelsior, […]

- 07 -312018

« 1918, armistice(s) », episode 1

Speech by Bethmann Hollweg to the Reichstag (German Parliament) before the deputies on 12 December 1916, during which he proposed, on behalf of the Central Empires (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman, Bulgaria), the start of peace negotiations. […]

- 07 -262018

« 1918, armistice(s) », introduction

Poster for the Libération loan, by Abel Faivre. This loan was ratified on 19 September 1918 and the subscription was taken out before and after the 11 November Armistice, from 20 October to 24 November […]

- 04 -152017

Lafayette, We Are Here! : episode 16

Settling In – The Doughboys in France Racial Segregation Practiced after the Civil War mainly in the southern United States, racial segregation, was enforced by the “Jim Crow Laws” that mandated the segregation of public […]

- 04 -062017

Lafayette, We Are Here! : episode 13

The First U.S. Troops Arrive in France Independence Day in Paris On 4 July 1917, the 2nd Battalion, 16th U.S. Infantry Regiment was selected to show the flag and parade through Paris to celebrate Independence […]

- 05 -272016

The “hyperbataille” of Verdun, twenty-eighth episode : Verdun and franco-german reconciliation

The picture of French President François Mitterrand and Federal German Chancellor Helmut Kohl standing hand-in-hand in front of the Ossuary of Douaumont on September 1984 became a strong symbol of the Franco-German Reconciliation. Chancellor Helmut […]

- 05 -242016

The “hyperbataille” of Verdun, twenty-seventh episode : the Verdun memorial

The Verdun Memorial emerged from a common vision of the veterans of Verdun who wished to build a «Temple of Remembrance» on the battlefield. The inscription for the Memorial’s entrance is from French writer and […]

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