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- «La Primera Guerra Mundial contada para escépticos» de Juan Eslava Galán (Planeta, colección Booket, 2014) Crónica de la Primera Guerra Mundial contada con el estilo socarrón e inconfundible de uno de los mejores divulgadores de Historia en castellano. Narración ágil y muy entretenida que ayuda a devorar de una tacada este libro de 338 pag , explicando los hechos y curiosidades de la auténtica carnicería que fue la Primera Guerra Mundial. Una guerra inhumana que fue la espoleta de todos los conflictos armados ocurridos en el mundo desde entonces. Un libro de historia a muy buen precio (6'95 €), muy interesante y muy recomendable. #Narrativa #Libros #NoFiccion #Historia #history #Literatura #WWI
- «La Primera Guerra Mundial contada para escépticos» de Juan Eslava Galán (Planeta, colección Booket, 2014) Crónica de la Primera Guerra Mundial contada con el estilo socarrón e inconfundible de uno de los mejores divulgadores de Historia en castellano. Narración ágil y muy entretenida que ayuda a devorar de una tacada este libro de 338 pag , explicando los hechos y curiosidades de la auténtica carnicería que fue la Primera Guerra Mundial. Una guerra inhumana que fue la espoleta de todos los conflictos armados ocurridos en el mundo desde entonces. Un libro de historia a muy buen precio (6& #39;95 €), muy interesante y muy recomendable. #Narrativa #Libros #NoFiccion #Historia #history #Literatura #WWI
- «La Primera Guerra Mundial contada para escépticos» de Juan Eslava Galán (Planeta, colección Booket, 2014) Crónica de la Primera Guerra Mundial contada con el estilo socarrón e inconfundible de uno de los mejores divulgadores de Historia en castellano. Narración ágil y muy entretenida que ayuda a devorar de una tacada este libro de 338 pag , explicando los hechos y curiosidades de la auténtica carnicería que fue la Primera Guerra Mundial. Una guerra inhumana que fue la espoleta de todos los conflictos armados ocurridos en el mundo desde entonces. Un libro de historia a muy buen precio (6'95 €), muy interesante y muy recomendable. #Narrativa #Libros #NoFiccion #Historia #history #Literatura #WWI
- On August 19, 1915 White Star liner RMS Arabic was torpedoed by a German U-Boat off the coast of southern Ireland and sank within 10 minutes. This plate was recovered from the wreck over 80 years later. Aside from being a tangible piece of World War I history, this saucer is extraordinary because it would have been used by Third-Class passengers. Third-Class tableware is rare compared to First-Class tableware because while First-Class ceramics are appreciated for their quality and style, Third-Class ceramics are decidedly everyday. The White Star Line built luxurious accommodations to attract First-Class passengers while providing the bare necessities to steerage passengers. Fittingly, this Third-Class plate is cheap tableware with the White Star Line logo stamped in the center. Come visit our current exhibition, “Millions: Migrants and Millionaires Aboard the Great Liners, 1900-1914,” to see this humble plate beside a First-Class cup and saucer. See for yourself the differences between travel aboard ocean liners for wealthy Americans in First Class and future Americans immigrating to the United States in Third Class. Image: Unknown maker, British, RMS Arabic Saucer, ca. 1900-1915. Stanley Lehrer Ocean Liner Collection; South Street Seaport Museum Foundation Collection 2006.029.0044. #OnThisDay #SSSMcollection #MillionsExhibition #WhiteStartLine #oceanliners #immigrationhistory #OTD #WWI #worldwarI #SouthStreetSeaportMuseum
- On August 19, 1915 White Star liner RMS Arabic was torpedoed by a German U-Boat off the coast of southern Ireland and sank within 10 minutes. This plate was recovered from the wreck over 80 years later. Aside from being a tangible piece of World War I history, this saucer is extraordinary because it would have been used by Third-Class passengers. Third-Class tableware is rare compared to First-Class tableware because while First-Class ceramics are appreciated for their quality and style, Third-Class ceramics are decidedly everyday. The White Star Line built luxurious accommodations to attract First-Class passengers while providing the bare necessities to steerage passengers. Fittingly, this Third-Class plate is cheap tableware with the White Star Line logo stamped in the center. Come visit our current exhibition, “Millions: Migrants and Millionaires Aboard the Great Liners, 1900-1914,” to see this humble plate beside a First-Class cup and saucer. See for yourself the differences between travel aboard ocean liners for wealthy Americans in First Class and future Americans immigrating to the United States in Third Class. Image: Unknown maker, British, RMS Arabic Saucer, ca. 1900-1915. Stanley Lehrer Ocean Liner Collection; South Street Seaport Museum Foundation Collection 2006.029.0044. #OnThisDay #SSSMcollection #MillionsExhibition #WhiteStartLine #oceanliners #immigrationhistory #OTD #WWI #worldwarI #SouthStreetSeaportMuseum
- On August 19, 1915 White Star liner RMS Arabic was torpedoed by a German U-Boat off the coast of southern Ireland and sank within 10 minutes. This plate was recovered from the wreck over 80 years later. Aside from being a tangible piece of World War I history, this saucer is extraordinary because it would have been used by Third-Class passengers. Third-Class tableware is rare compared to First-Class tableware because while First-Class ceramics are appreciated for their quality and style, Third-Class ceramics are decidedly everyday. The White Star Line built luxurious accommodations to attract First-Class passengers while providing the bare necessities to steerage passengers. Fittingly, this Third-Class plate is cheap tableware with the White Star Line logo stamped in the center. Come visit our current exhibition, “Millions: Migrants and Millionaires Aboard the Great Liners, 1900-1914,” to see this humble plate beside a First-Class cup and saucer. See for yourself the differences between travel aboard ocean liners for wealthy Americans in First Class and future Americans immigrating to the United States in Third Class. Image: Unknown maker, British, RMS Arabic Saucer, ca. 1900-1915. Stanley Lehrer Ocean Liner Collection; South Street Seaport Museum Foundation Collection 2006.029.0044. #OnThisDay #SSSMcollection #MillionsExhibition #WhiteStartLine #oceanliners #immigrationhistory #OTD #WWI #worldwarI #SouthStreetSeaportMuseum
- The Giant Awakens, American Industry _______ Part 2: (1940-1949) _______ Pictured Above: ‪In this July 4, 1942 file photo, 28-ton tanks, called "General Grants" by U.S. forces in the Middle East who used them in fighting in North Africa. ‬ _______ When World War II began in 1939, devastation from the Great Depression began to recede, and the U.S. economy found new life. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941, the United States entered the war. This immediately turned the nation into an industrial war production machine, putting hordes of Americans back to work in munitions factories and uniting them for a common cause. According to the IEEE History Center, the war economy brought new opportunities for all. It reports that virtually all Americans had an opportunity for employment, longer workweeks, and higher earnings (despite wage controls). Unions gained members and negotiated unprecedented benefits. Women and minorities found new opportunities in the wartime economy. Labor scarcity created work for more than six million women, and many minorities who had been unemployed in the '30s also found work. _______ #USA #2A #Guns #History #ww1 #ww2 #United #States #republic #politics #bestcountry #follow #european #gloryofprussia #quotes #battlefield #battlefield1 #ww2dailyhistory #wwi #americanhistory #politics #trump #republic
- The Giant Awakens, American Industry _______ Part 2: (1940-1949) _______ Pictured Above: ‪In this July 4, 1942 file photo, 28-ton tanks, called "General Grants" by U.S. forces in the Middle East who used them in fighting in North Africa. ‬ _______ When World War II began in 1939, devastation from the Great Depression began to recede, and the U.S. economy found new life. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941, the United States entered the war. This immediately turned the nation into an industrial war production machine, putting hordes of Americans back to work in munitions factories and uniting them for a common cause. According to the IEEE History Center, the war economy brought new opportunities for all. It reports that virtually all Americans had an opportunity for employment, longer workweeks, and higher earnings (despite wage controls). Unions gained members and negotiated unprecedented benefits. Women and minorities found new opportunities in the wartime economy. Labor scarcity created work for more than six million women, and many minorities who had been unemployed in the & #39;30s also found work. _______ #USA #2A #Guns #History #ww1 #ww2 #United #States #republic #politics #bestcountry #follow #european #gloryofprussia #quotes #battlefield #battlefield1 #ww2dailyhistory #wwi #americanhistory #politics #trump #republic
- The Giant Awakens, American Industry _______ Part 2: (1940-1949) _______ Pictured Above: ‪In this July 4, 1942 file photo, 28-ton tanks, called "General Grants" by U.S. forces in the Middle East who used them in fighting in North Africa. ‬ _______ When World War II began in 1939, devastation from the Great Depression began to recede, and the U.S. economy found new life. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941, the United States entered the war. This immediately turned the nation into an industrial war production machine, putting hordes of Americans back to work in munitions factories and uniting them for a common cause. According to the IEEE History Center, the war economy brought new opportunities for all. It reports that virtually all Americans had an opportunity for employment, longer workweeks, and higher earnings (despite wage controls). Unions gained members and negotiated unprecedented benefits. Women and minorities found new opportunities in the wartime economy. Labor scarcity created work for more than six million women, and many minorities who had been unemployed in the '30s also found work. _______ #USA #2A #Guns #History #ww1 #ww2 #United #States #republic #politics #bestcountry #follow #european #gloryofprussia #quotes #battlefield #battlefield1 #ww2dailyhistory #wwi #americanhistory #politics #trump #republic

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