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German Bombers Over Britain – Arab Revolt On The Advance I THE GREAT WAR Week 148

German Bombers Over Britain – Arab Revolt On The Advance I THE GREAT WAR Week 148

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We see new innovations and inventions every month of the war, and this week one of those inventions had its premiere. Make no mistake; this was something that would change the face of warfare all the way up to the present day. This week, a group of bomber aircraft hits the skies and targets civilians. […]

Knocking Out The Hejaz Railway I THE GREAT WAR Week 195

Knocking Out The Hejaz Railway I THE GREAT WAR Week 195

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The Hejaz Railway was a vital supply and communications line for the Ottoman Empire, connecting Damascus and Medina, and this week, Lawrence of Arabia and the forces of the Arab Revolt take a big chunk of it. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week Germany had renewed its Western Front offensives as […]

Sabotage In The Desert – Battle of Broodseinde I THE GREAT WAR Week 167

Sabotage In The Desert – Battle of Broodseinde I THE GREAT WAR Week 167

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Millions of men are at war. You’re trying to win, but you’re the leader of just a few hundred disorganized tribesmen. What can you do for the war effort? Well, you can try sabotage. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week the British had yet another success at the Battle of Passchendaele, […]