Regular readers probably know I have a hard time with Facebook. I don't get it. All the people close to me, our editorial team, and those I work with on military history all tell me I MUST have a Facebook page for our publications. I've promised them that it's coming soon, but I'm still trying to figure out why I MUST have it, how it will build our readership, and the best way to set it up and operate it.
The above being stipulated, I have to say that on my personal Facebook page, due to my "Liking" and "Friending" at a very minimal level of networking, I'm getting a whole bunch of great WWI images. I thought you would like to see a few from the 30 or so I received in just the last week in June 2015. I guess this shows I MUST have a Facebook page for our publications, so I am working on it.
|American Troops on Parade, 4 July 1918|
Thanks to WWI Centennial Commission
|Lochnagar Mine Crater after the War, Somme Sector|
Thanks to Martin Galle
|Village Memorial Listing 20 Dead, Mondaye Abbey, France|
Thanks to Michael Neiberg
|Memorial Day Event, Oise-Aisne U.S. Cemetery|
Thanks to American Battle Monuments Commission
|British Soldiers with Captured Material, Gully Ravine, Helles Sector, Gallipoli|
Thanks to GW 100
|Quilt Created for Cpl. Carl Andrews, 40th Division, by His Wife|
Thanks to the National WWI Museum