For much of the First World War, the small French village of Vignacourt was always behind the front lines ¿ as a staging point, casualty clearing station and recreation area for troops of all nationalities moving up to and then back from the battlefields on the Somme.
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St Bartholomew Gatehouse is a fascinating fragment of old London is one of the earliest surviving timber-framed facades in the city. It was the gatehouse to the Norman priory church of St Bartholomew-the-Great. Part of the stone work dates back to 13th century. Nearest tube station is The Barbican.
The French 75 cocktail, also known as the 75 cocktail, is a drink that dates back to the first World War. I was originally created at the New York Bar in Paris by Harry MacElhone. The drink gets its name from the kick given by the blend of gin and champagne, which is said to feel like being shelled with a French 75mm field gun. The drink is served in a champagne flute.
14 Striking Photos Of Women At Work During The First World War
An image of three women taking nurse jobs during the first world war. This was extremely common in this time. Most women took these jobs as it meant that they were basically married to the job and therefore meant that they didn't get stuck with being a stay at home mother/wife.
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