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 New York City Armistice Day 1918 Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: History of Veterans Day Private Harry Atwood, a bicycle messenger in the 341st Field Artillery Regiment’s headquarters company, was carrying battle orders on a dismal 11 November 1918 while his regiment’s guns were firing in support of the 28th Division.  They were attacking German fortifications around the French city of Metz. At 1059 hours, all the regiment’s guns delivered a massive salvo of artillery rounds into the German entrenchments.  It was the last time the battalion fired a shot in anger. One minute later there was complete silence.
Robin becker poses with the dancer of Into Sunlight Military & Veterans Life Choreographer Robin Becker Brings Vietnam War Awareness with "Into Sunlight" To celebrate the 20th anniversary of renewed diplomatic relations between the United States and Vietnam, New York-based choreographer Robin Becker toured Vietnam with her performance Into Sunlight – a dance inspired by the Vietnam War as recorded in the book They Marched Into Sunlight by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Maraniss. The tour, in partnership with the Vietnamese contemporary d
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