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Links 1 through 10 of 100 Rick Koobs's Bookmarks

The Fredericton Region Museum has solved a First World War mystery involving a letter in an unknown language. Last summer, some students working at the museum discovered the letter tucked inside a messenger book in a trench exhibit.

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Entertainment One and Impossible Pictures will focus on a commercial documentary slate that includes 'Traffic', 'Martian Wars' and 'The First: A WW1 Series', out of the gates.

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Bell worked for British intelligence during the first world war and was described as a "key asset" in helping dismantle the Ottoman Empire and founding Iraq, winning the admiration of many Arabic people.

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'Forbidden Ground,' an Australian film about soldiers caught between the lines in a deadly no-man's land, resumes shooting in December.

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Equine enthusiasts around the nation are anxiously awaiting the release of the Steven Spielberg-directed 'War Horse'. TheHorse.com spoke with 'War Horse' head horse trainer, Bobby Lovgren, to find out what challenges he faced when preparing the hundreds of horses filmed in the movie.

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Students were tasked with creating works in response to the Great War, illustrating what the conflict signified to them and conveying their emotional responses to it.

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A lavishly illustrated new picture book tells the story of a young Welshman named Owen Davies who enlists in the army during the First World War and his experiences leading up to the Christmas truce of 1914.

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The silence was broken by gun shots and shouts in German and English, a once empty field is now a trench battlefield outlined with mines and barbwire with Soldiers fighting in the middle of it all.

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'Fear', or La Peur, is a lost classic of French war literature, addressing the reality of the experiences in the trenches and acknowledging the overwhelming emotion of the troops – that of fear.

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