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Edouard Izac was born in Iowa in 1891, the youngest of nine children. His parents were German and he spoke…

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  Born in Pall Mall, Tennessee in 1887, Alvin York was one of eleven children. He spent much of his…

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Throughout the United States in iconic locations, people can see six-foot-tall aluminum cutouts of doughboys in honor of those who…

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This month marks the 100th anniversary of the first major American battle of World War I. Now there’s a way…

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A passion for nursing Jean Miles Walker was born in Tasmania in 1878. She was privately educated until she was…

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Born in Birkdale in 1877, Richard was a keen cyclist, winning many championships, even the tandem work record with his…

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On the 6th of April 1917, the United States formally declared war against Germany and entered the First World War….

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Ahead of Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker’s unification bout in Cardiff, we remember the Irish Welter-weight Tom McCormick. Born in…

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Basil Hallam was a popular stage actor and music hall star who had gained fame for his role as “Gilbert…

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Today we remember the remarkable life of Walter Tull. Walter was born in Folkestone but grew up in an orphanage…

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