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'Germany and Austria after the War' with Susan Pearson

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Susan Pearson will be giving a presentation on Germany and Austria after the First World War.    IMAGE: The Allied Occupation of Austria 1918. A sentry of the 2nd Battalion, Honourable Artillery Company, and an Italian sentry of the Alpini outside Headquarters at Imst, Austria. December 1918. © IWM (Q 26319)   © 2017 - Gwent Western Front Ass…


The Emperors: How Europe’s Rulers were destroyed by The First World War

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By Gareth Rusell Amberley Publishing, 2015, £9.99, 227pp, soft covers; illustrated plus notes, bibliography and index Also available in hardback. ISBN 978-1-4456-5020-0 Book review by Barbara Taylor   To understand how the First World War came about, it is necessary to understand the way in which regimes in the main empires involved operated. …


22 December 1918 Patrouilleführer Erhard Klotz, K K L I R Nr 2.

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Born at Reutte, Austrian Tyrol on 14 March 1877, Erhard was employed as a company representative (company unknown) before the war. Called into service in 1916, he served on the Italian front throughout the war before being taken prisoner in mid-1918. Erhard died at Verona, Italy on 22 December 1918. His burial location is unknown. 22 December 191…