In 1917, President Woodrow Wilson went before a joint session of Congress, and the United States formally declared war – The Great War, which became known as World War 1 – on April 6, 1917.
Nikola Tesla, electrical scientist, says not armies alone, but whole populations will be destroyed in war by use of wireless currents — his own air torpedo deadly.
WAR DECLARED: See 31 consecutive front page headlines from DC from those tumultuous weeks leading to the outbreak of hostilities in WWI back in 1914.
Here’s a look back at how a Boston-based company made Necco Wafers candy such a big hit that they’d stay on shelves for the next hundred years.
In October 1918, near the end of WWI, The New York Tribune and other newspapers nationwide carried the line at the top of the front page: AMERICA’S HISTORIC ANSWER: UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER.
These wheat-free bread recipes come from 1918, during the height of World War 1, when the country was asked to save wheat for the troops.
On the morning of October 22, 1915, an engineer in Arlington, Virginia, was heard in Paris and Hawaii. This was the first trans-Atlantic and trans-continental message ever sent by wireless telephone.
President Benjamin Harrison on the obligations of wealth (1898) General Harrison addresses a large gathering at Chicago The Union League Club’s celebration in honor of
Here’s a look at a few of the wheat-free recipes created during WWI — classic recipes for cakes and cookies made with rice flour in place of wheat flour.
Let your holiday cakes be cookies by Margaret Hamelin “I like anything with molasses in it,” is the universal cry when the boys and girls
Amid the most dramatic scenes ever witnessed in Congress, the house early today passed the resolution which formally declared Germany as an enemy and launched the United States in the fight for the democracy of the world.
Monotony is the bane of many tables. This is an unnecessary evil. As an example of what may be done in the way of planning meals using only four ordinary articles of diet, the following 12 menus were worked out by Isabel Bevier, Ph M.
Navy appeals for binoculars Following the precedent of the first World War, the Navy again is calling upon patriotic citizens who possess binoculars meeting service
Day of dreadnought is past, predicts H G Wells Famous English author says England’s confidence in big battleships is unreasonable and naval war of future
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