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Key World War One Sites and Battlefields

Key World War One Sites and Battlefields

For many people, visiting World War One sites can be one of the most immersive ways to learn about the conflict known as the “Great War”. There’s are many fascinating World War One sites and battlefields to visit and among the most prominent are the Somme battlefields, Fort Douaumont and Lochnagar Crater.

Sparrow II SP-3231 - History

Sparrow II SP-3231 - History

Sparrow II(SP-3231: t. 17.83; 1. 51& 39;0& 34;; b. 14& 39;0& 34;; dr. 2& 39;6& 34;; s. 7.9 k.)Sparrow II, a wooden-hulled motor boat built in 1915 by Charles Rhode & Sons, Co., at Baltimore, Md., was acquired from the Sparrows Point Steel Co. in Baltimore by the Navy in mid-September 1918 and commissioned on, 25 September 1918.

Staircase: Columbarium 1 Vigna Codini

Staircase: Columbarium 1 Vigna Codini

Staircase leading to the underground chamber of Columbarium 1, Rome. The central pillar supporting the ceiling is at left.

Sparta Timeline

Sparta Timeline

Explore the timline of Sparta.

Healing with Sound in Ancient Temples: 111hz

Healing with Sound in Ancient Temples: 111hz

By Nataša PantovićJohn tells us: ‘In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God’.

Battle of the Aous, 24 June 198

Battle of the Aous, 24 June 198

Battle of the Aous, 24 June 198 BCThe battle of Aous (probable date 24 June 198 BC) was the first significant Roman victory during the Second Macedonian War. In 200 BC a Roman army had landed at Apollonia, on the eastern shores of the Adriatic, and in the following year had raided western Macedonia.