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2C Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter about the first war. . www.readingclubfun com II over the world) . Annimills LLC 2014 Vll -30 flJ ing rid 4,10 --- submarines / --, ,^'x lOOth Anniversary0f 5 I I I I I III , you ever heard of the poem In t-lanaers Fields Iiu,=*k"u,"* L,= *" 7 This poem was written during World War I by a field I 13 r'-- rs , . surgeon named John acCrue. Published in poetry / I trenches 14 IJ Read mY printed many times in newspapers and mem rized bY ] 1 ! t en, it has become a famous war memorial poem. ) about WWl. v I'--- --- Fill in the crossword. lds the poppies blow 1. in 1914, people in the small country of Serbia (in ) in Flanders Fields I Between the crosses, row by row, I --- 12--'[. ,L -- did not want the Emperor of the large nation of B lace; and inthe sky I -- Austria-Hungary to their north to rule their country (F k rely.singing, !ly. I -- '- Europe 2-] II cOrders 9 J 2. when the Austrian-Hungarian . Franz Ferdinand and his wife visited Serbia, they were killed while 9. France built a fake city of hoping 8 treaty .-:-: riding in their carriage to confuse enemy fighter pilots ships tanks 3. this was seen as an act of and the countries of Bulgaria, Italy, Germany and the Ottoman Empire sided with Austria-Hungary (Italy later switched sides) 4. France, Great and Russia lined up with Serbia 5. at the beginning of the war, had the largest army in the world and sent the most soldiers 6. were used for the first time during this war; at first called 'land ships'; the British shipped them in crates that were supposed to be holding water tanks 7. soldiers dug ; lived and fought in them 8. durihg the first Christmas of the war (1914) . on both sides agreed to stop fighting; they sang songs, gave some small gifts of food - and some even took part in a football game 10. the U.S. joined in WWl (1917) after Germany's sank American ships and Germany tried to get Mexico to side with themby promising land that Mexico had lost to the U.S. earlier 11. German U-Boats sank over 5,000 12. this was the first war fought by countries all over the and was so terriblerPeOple felt that it must be the "War to End All Wars" I 13. at the end of WWl (1919), Germany, Austria and Turkey had to sign a giving up their colonies (lands they had taken over) 14. new were drawn, some countries added land, some new countries were created too - the map of Europe changed largely to the one we see today 11 3 July Surprises! On Wed July 16th and 23rd we will send out an extra surprise. Another July Surprise: sign up for our free July Summer Samples - fill out our form with code FREEJULY14 @ www.readingclubfun.com :ii! i, How Did Animals Help the Soldiers? During the course of World War I, animals helped the soldiers in many ways. Some were mascots and cheered up the troops Some animals saved soldiers' lives. Can you match each to how it was known to help the soldiers? Faro Life Pop 1. A lot of men went to war so women filled their jobs. T F 2. With Morns working in factories, many children grew up without a parent home all day. i. T F A. carried soldiers, pulled wagons 3. Boy and Girl Scouts Jimmy the donkey B./ born on French battlefield (1916); lifted hoof of America handed out in salute; carried supplies and injured soldiers pamphlets on how to buy 1. C. brought overseas by American soldier;Durin the ,ar famil, life chan,-'e'4 candy to, support 2 Winni e the bear u, u ,- P g smelled as and alerted soldiers savin hves the soldiers . g. ',' g '. ; In England a lot of food had to be sent ' ' 3 Ser eant Stubb do thought to be the greatest war dog of all t me T F g Y (g) to the soldiers in the field, so people 1 u. worKed for Ned uross; went onto battlefields to at home were asked to save as mu"h 4. Dried foods kept a 4. horses reach wounded men; used to guard soldiers food as they could The governme long time so demand ::: 5. terriers E. trained to kill rats in the trenches; were called gave out cards so ihat foods in short rose for them. ':ratters"; saved troops from bites and d'seases supply would be shared fairly' / T F 6. pigeons F. flew with messages; very dependable, su ,ar, meat, flour, butter ' /// 5. When people went to 7. German shepherds and information they carried saved lives and milk " seen movie, a film 'news' G. black bear cub brought overseas from Canada reel would be shown first. as a mascot, donated to the London Zoo T F i ii : A Ben . . . " ry" Winnipeg the bear was bought by veterinarian Lt Harry Colebourn on his way to England during World War I Use this key' ,"- . . When his regiment moved out from England, he loaned the black bear cub to the London Zoo. There the bear "/ Special Story became be oved that Harry donated to the zoo. A few years later writer A. A. Milne visited the zoo with his I I # o - son, who named his own stuffed bear after the cub. Milnewrote books about this bear, which became famous: Y IYIY (Y Yx/Y YX y LY }y Y ) Y YY KIDS PAGE SPONSORED BYI , #ounding Father and one of the three authors of the Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton l (January 11, 1755-July 12, 1804), wrote this concerning the nature of liberty: I The fundamental source of all your errors, sophisms, and false reasonings is a total I :: gnorance of the natura r ghts of mankind. Were you once to become acquainted with I these, you could never entertain a thought that all men ar not, by nature, entitled to a 3 parity of privileges. You would be convinced that natural liberty is a gift of the beneficent I wlau ttumcy Creator to the while human race; and that civil liberty is founded in that and cannot be / (Next to Sav-] Jor). 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