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Better than pictures; a few interviews with Frank Buckles

March 5, 2011 by


Making a case for “the others who are gone”: “The First World War is not understood, or well remembered in the United States”: Advertisements

Hey, Congress! We, the People, want to honor OUR last World War I veteran, APPROPRIATELY.

March 5, 2011 by


As most everyone should know by know, our last World War I veteran passed away earlier this week. No, Frank Buckles didn’t cross the no-man’s land, fighting from trench to trench. He wasn’t one of the famous flyboys. He wasn’t an officer. He wasn’t even wounded. BUT, he was there, and he was the last […]