Cathy at 6:15 AM this morning. The sky was for some reason purple and it was absolutely stunning
[November 14, 1918] The Freievolksrepublik Bremen (Free Peoples’ Republic of Bremen) is declared at town square
Traumatized to this day
Anyone else feel like they don’t deserve to be depressed because other people have it harder?
[November 14, 1918] Luxembourg girls, relieved from four years’ occupation, greet incoming American soldiers
[November 13, 1918] civilians tearing down the statue of the Kaiser in Strasbourg
[November 13, 1918] The British enter Constantinople. It’s the first time a non-Muslim Army has been in the city since 1453.
MMW: within 24 hours a cartoon of various Marvel characters standing reverently over Stan Lee’s grave will hit the front page
[November 11, 1918] Members of the German high command fly a white flag from their staff car as they exit General Headquarters at Spa, Belgium for the last time.
[November 11, 1918] In the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana, celebrations erupt; due to a French heritage, Louisiana saw one of the highest rates of enlistment per capita during the war.
[November 11, 1918] Even in the world’s most-remote corners, celebrations occur: here, natives of the Pribiloff Islands in the North Pacific (above the Arctic Circle) give a 21-gun salute.
Anon profits off a mass shooting
Four Years Old Today: Too Many Cooks
Four years old today: Too Many Cooks [Adult Swim]
[November 5, 1918] Pfc. Edwin McCarter dancing on roller skates for his comrades in Bordeaux
Hi I’m from 2 weeks in the future and this is the front page of YouTube the day after Shapiro visits Pitt
An album of Pitt between 7-8 AM last week
American soldiers of a regiment on the Italian front toss the final grenades before the Armistice of Villa Giusti took hold on November 4, 1918, ending the war for Austria-Hungary. [1000 x 660]
A Canadian soldier comforts a wounded Belgian baby whose parents were killed by German artillery, November 3, 1918 (100 years ago today) [1100 x 550]
[November 3, 1918] A BEF soldier comforts a wounded Belgian baby whose parents were killed by a German shell
Better give ‘em that nasty patty
[November 2, 1918] Austrian dignitaries cross the Tagliamento River to surrender their forces
[November 2, 1918] A glimpse at the Austrian retreat from the Alpine Front - a railyard near Trento packed with soldiers boarding trains scrambling to get home
[November 1, 1918] At Malbone St. in Brooklyn two subway cars collide, killing 97 civilians in the worst urban transit accident in US history
[November 1, 1918] Italian machine-gun crew on Mt. Grappa
Doing any schoolwork
I don’t usually post here but I thought you guys would like this: President Trump is visiting the victims of this weekend’s shooting on my campus right now!