Smoke Barrage aerial photo
Gas Attack aerial photo
World War I Big German Gun (Crepy en Lannois) Photo
World War I Germans ready to be buried Photo
World War I Chateau-Thierry – Hotel de Ville Photo
World War I French Tank leading an attack along Marne Photo
World War I German Anti-aircraft Gun Photo
World War I German German Cemetary Blown up by Shell Photo
World War I German prisoners Marne Photo
My wife’s Great Grandfather Jack Riley standing Photo during World War I
My wife’s Great Grandfather Jack Riley injured in World War I
World War I US Cemetery at Belleau Wood Photo
World War I Wrecked Airplane Marne Photo
These postcard photos were passed down to my wife, Marcelle Cashon, and I was fascinated with the history they described during the Battle of the Marne area of France.
We have heard a lot lately concerning the term ‘Fake News’, and this is not a new concept. In the beginning of the twentieth century, yellow journalism was being employed at full steam in an attempt to reach more readers, no matter the truth.
This is also when the ‘muckraker‘ began informing the public about the practices that were hurting the common working man, which led to labor improvements such as the eight-hour workday, the end of deplorable working conditions and the end of child labor.
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