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The Conflict Issue    Gup magazine #28 is hitting stores now!  It features a double cover shot by photographer Richard Mosse.

The Conflict Issue Gup magazine #28 is hitting stores now! It features a double cover shot by photographer Richard Mosse.

Great War Weapons.  Grandfather would have used a rifle.  His army record describes him as 'a good shot'.  Would he have used any other weapons or have needed his gas mask?  We'll likely never know. He told a story about soldiers covering their faces with urine-soaked kilts to protect themselves during gas attacks; perhaps the only benefit of wearing kilts.

Great War Weapons. Grandfather would have used a rifle. His army record describes him as 'a good shot'. Would he have used any other weapons or have needed his gas mask? We'll likely never know. He told a story about soldiers covering their faces with urine-soaked kilts to protect themselves during gas attacks; perhaps the only benefit of wearing kilts.

Commando Comics - Sloggers War. Would-be British Commandos still wear these woollen "cap comforters" on the Commando Course.  (And they still itch...)

Commando Comics - Sloggers War. Would-be British Commandos still wear these woollen "cap comforters" on the Commando Course. (And they still itch...)

These kind of drawings are for people who have a hard time with facial expressions!

These kind of drawings are for people who have a hard time with facial expressions!

Innocence amid violence: Northern Irish children take cover behind a British Army trooper during The Troubles in Belfast, 1986. Being next to the soldier could easily mean injury or death if the main target was to come under fire from IRA gunmen. Note the soldier's  L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle (known as the 'inch pattern FAL' in the US) the standard issue for the British Army in those days. Courtesy of http://wwii.picturesofwar.net/

Innocence amid violence: Northern Irish children take cover behind a British Army trooper during The Troubles in Belfast, 1986. Being next to the soldier could easily mean injury or death if the main target was to come under fire from IRA gunmen. Note the soldier's L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle (known as the 'inch pattern FAL' in the US) the standard issue for the British Army in those days. Courtesy of http://wwii.picturesofwar.net/

This Story Elements packet includes includes eight high-interest fiction stories, with 4 question cards per story, for a total of 32 question cards. The questions cover setting, characters, plot, conflict and resolution. This story elements packet is perfect for direct instruction, RtI, small group instruction, learning stations or test prep. The stories are re-tellings of Aesop's fables and American tall tales.

This Story Elements packet includes includes eight high-interest fiction stories, with 4 question cards per story, for a total of 32 question cards. The questions cover setting, characters, plot, conflict and resolution. This story elements packet is perfect for direct instruction, RtI, small group instruction, learning stations or test prep. The stories are re-tellings of Aesop's fables and American tall tales.

Postcard of 13.5 in battlecruiser HMS Lion in the Firth of Forth, produced to celebrate Britain's victory in the first naval engagement of WW1 at Heligoland Bight on 28 August 1914, where she was flagship of Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty - as she was to be at Dogger Bank in 1915 and Jutland in 1916.

Postcard of 13.5 in battlecruiser HMS Lion in the Firth of Forth, produced to celebrate Britain's victory in the first naval engagement of WW1 at Heligoland Bight on 28 August 1914, where she was flagship of Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty - as she was to be at Dogger Bank in 1915 and Jutland in 1916.

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