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New Hampshire WWI Military: Private Konstante Berestechki

Private Konstante Berestechki is a bit of a mystery. There are records that show that during WWI he served in the U.S. Army in Company A, 301st Engineers, and that he died of disease while serving overseas in Germany. He … Continue reading

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Blog Caroling: WWI–The Song That Stopped The Fighting

This blog article was written to celebrate fM’s Annual Tradition of Blog Caroling. I’ve been participating for several years now, and appreciate that she continues it, as she says with  toddy in hand, clad in flannel jammies and  with furry … Continue reading

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