Tag: World War I

A Hundred Years Too Soon

I was born a hundred years too soon. Or maybe it was fifty years too soon. I don’t math very well. A hundred years would have put me right in the middle of the War of Northern Aggression, and I’m not inclined to want to fight that battle. At least not in this post. Also, …

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It felt like I needed to write something

Yesterday was the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice ending World War I. The “war to end wars.” While I’ve not been writing here much lately, it just didn’t seem right to let the occasion pass without recognizing the day. The flag in the picture flew over the U.S. Capitol in honor of …

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