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"soissons" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"soissons" Discussed on WTOP

"Will take more than a name change to get the NFL back of the district. I'm Meghan Cloherty. How s and P gained almost 2%. Today, the NASDAQ was up by more than 2% at 7 31 Severe weather moving through parts of the W T o p listening area. Let's get the timeline figure out who's being hit right now Live to storm team for meteorologist Mike Stanford and Good Evening to me tree. A severe thunderstorm warning continues for southeastern Anna Randall in the central Prince George's county that goes until 7 45 This is a particularly nasty storm with the long history of wind damage winds of 60 to 70 miles. Now we have a confirmed wind gusts of 60 at Reagan National down our go as his cell went through there and the cells really not moving very quickly. And so we're also seeing some blinding downforce to so big Soissons severe weather right now, including a Capitol Heights district high southward around the Camp Springs in the Andrews Air Force, Base Area, Rosary Ville. Marlton, Upper Marlboro another way eastward to around London town, Shady side in deal all seeing some severe weather from this very powerful thunderstorm is moving off to the eastern, only about 5 to 10 miles an hour. To the Northwest. We're seeing powerful thunderstorms moving through portions of Montgomery County and then southward across the district and heading into portions of Prince George's County. Nothing severe here yet we're gonna watch this closely A dukie in mind that they're these storms are putting down gusty winds. Some hail. And blinding downpours to is that this activity will continue for the next 60 to 90 minutes. I think we'll start to see a sensation of some of the severe weather. What's with the sun down a little more than an hour's will keep a close eye on that for you. Keep on a severe thunderstorm. Watch until 11 o'clock flashlight, watch until nine o'clock and to meet you back in just a couple of minutes with your complete forecast. Alright, Thank you. Mike. Storms have brought 60 plus smiling our wind gust to the area that has caused some power outages in our region. At last report, Peco was dealing with more than 1515 100 customers out. Georges County, almost 3000 customers without.

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"soissons" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

06:35 min | 7 months ago

"soissons" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"soissons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"soissons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hundred dollars for the stuff thousands and damage for just a few hundred dollars and products Hillary says it was actually five thousand dollars in damages developing this morning a private enters the woman who shot Friday has lost one of her twin boys police say Alexis Soissons was put on life support and declared brain dead after being shot Friday morning the Anderson police chief confirmed yesterday one of her voice has died at twenty one weeks police have not said anything about the condition of the second twenty twenty nine year old as Skyler white was arrested Friday on a preliminary charge of attempted murder in connection to the shooting prosecutors are expected to file upgraded charges against him people in Perry township so look out for a suspicious man at a bus stop that's the message from the school district officials say a man in a red car approached a student on Shelby street near Thompson road yesterday morning the student says the man said her boss was running late and offered to drive her to school the girl's brother was with her and told her not to go I am PT says a white man in his twenties was driving a small red four door car with a baby in a car seat if you have any information about the driver contact I AM PT contractors working on the Central Avenue bridge are now being fined for not finishing the project on time after several delays in the doubles department of public works says the bridges latest completion deadline passed last month the contractors are now being fined one thousand dollars a day until the restoration projects completed the fines started.

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"soissons" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"soissons" Discussed on Homophilia

"The subtext of too young yeah we'll because because the film was being shot so quickly you know like we didn't really have a full script when we started and and Robert Englund was not involved you know he they were going to cast a stumped up lady thing yeah and I say and I always say I wanNA remind like Robert and humble <hes> that if that dumb guy 'cause they got like a guy that was dumb as a boxer off so if he would have been just a little smarter and could have just walked talked with a little something there might not I mean like Freddie might be like Jason Right. There might be six different Freddie's but they didn't WanNa pay Robert Robert a little bit more money to come back for the second one <hes> being cheap as they were so then Jack Shoulder said you can't do this movie without him so then they had to go back and get him and that really costs them and so and then he if you notice in the streets the first one <hes> stars Heather the second one starts me and the third one starts Robert because he moved from with two but this grip wasn't written and then David Taskin who was the writer he started writing his sub textual homosexual opus and nobody noticed because it was being shot out of context like say Jack Shoulder was shooting first and then Joel soissons was shooting the second real and like he shot all of the Joel shot out of the shower stuff with Marshall and I think when it came off of Jack's shoot list he just didn't pay any attention because is he was so overwhelmed yeah so I don't even think he knew what that scene looked like until they started at it and nobody dead end so the the more that David got away with the more he wrote and and you know our documentaries about this but he's you know not the you know the smartest guy on the block probably and what he thinks was very subtle is to our I is like that's you being settled. Do that's not that's not a in fact joke in the middle of the movie is not a subtle thing yeah so <hes> so anyway but we didn't know and then when I did realize I realized in the bar and we were shooting at the detour I think is maybe in Silverlake and <hes> I had done that scene in the rain where I run through <hes> through the the street which I wish they would have me naked I just I go look back and I'm like why didn't they just have me take my clothes off because we had all of the the street was shut down was shooting night for day and it was closed off and the police Sam naked..

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"soissons" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:41 min | 2 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"This is the untold story America's unknown soldier buried in Arlington cemetery, November eleven nineteen twenty one and the body the men who were chosen by the military to take the casket to its final resting place. We're going through the eight body bears who participated that day November eleventh and also their combat and their risk describes the American effort in the great war. You will recall that America's stayed out of the war. And that will Joe Wilson was reelected too proud to fight in one thousand nine hundred sixty soon afterwards having to do with the machinations of the empires that were bleeding themselves to death in Europe. Woodrow Wilson was provoked by the Germans declaring. Unrestrained submarine warfare against all neutrals, meaning sinking passenger liners. American ships friendships anything they could kill because the Germans were starving to death. The British navy had enforced a blockade these many years, and the Germans were eating onions if they could find them. So it was the decision of the Kaiser knowing this would provoke the Americans to take the risk thinking that the Americans could not get men to Europe fast enough in order to stop what he knew would be the German offensive of nineteen eighteen Russia's out of the war in nineteen seventeen. So they move all of their troops. That have been fighting a two front war to launch the offensive that the American stop in June and July and August of nineteen eighteen Patrick's book takes us into the Americans throwing themselves into the line to support. And in most cases, replace the. Broken and fleeing French army broken and fleeing Patrick it's worth mentioning here that as the Americans we've talked about the marines coming in. But the army as well the field artillery is the Americans come into line in the summer of nineteen eighteen they see that the French army is no longer fighting and will not fight. It is at least bellawood. It was not fighting. And then it sort of reconstitute itself at Soissons, and is is is much more of a stable force. But initially. Yeah, it wasn't fighting. And it was the American the presence of these American troops had an enormous morale boost as well as tactical position that they provided by blocking this offensive. I want to be a little more severe the Americans Austrailia, and the Canadians are the offensive units that cracked the Hindenburg line in the summer and fall of nineteen eighteen it's not it's the. Fresh Australian troops the fresh fresh Canadian troops because the British are also exhausted. Yes. And the Americans are not only are launch an offensive, but they have a million men coming behind them. Yes. I mean, this is an extraordinary story that's told in the unknowns. It's a story of going from two hundred and twenty thousand regular troops in one thousand nine hundred seventeen to over four million men at arms in one thousand nine hundred eighty two million of them in Europe. Yes. It's time for ordinary story building this incredible army. There's a flood coming which is part of the political calculation. The Germans must make here. Can they stop the Americans? So we go we've we've talked of the marines at bellawood and the field artillery at Soissons, we turn now to a man named Sanders company. A second engineers born in medicine, bow Wisconsin, and he is striking and most importantly in striking because he's one of ten thousand native Americans who participated in the first war. Yes. I mean, the story of native Americans in the first four is sort of forgotten story as well. In fact, many of these native Americans weren't even American citizens at the time, they they will have been deprived of that by the constitution. You will all recall the one that was signed in the eighteenth century. It had not been at this point corrected. Yes. And but interestingly enough the stereotype of the American injury Indian as the. Alternate warrior kind of holds up in the American army. They're put in some of the most dangerous positions in the American army as runners or as reconnaissance Sanders assistant engineer is their job. He's an he's a combat engineer. But he's not there to build things. He's there to blow things up or to preach the line. And this is the four Lon hope of the of World War One. He's given wire cutters and told the snip individual strands of mountains of barbed wire to breach it to make a hole to allow the advancing troops to break through. He's present at the big battle that is to come the Musar gone before and during and after Musar gone, they send the combat engineers in. I I know this very well. Patrick knows it very well. Because my father was a combat engineer in the second walls, and we talked to him on the sixtieth anniversary his job on d day was the gap assault team thirteen to breach the German obstacles. Auto Maho beach. That's exactly the job Sanders has he wasn't landing in a landing craft. He's to go in front of the assault battalions on his belly. I can imagine and cut the wires. So not only the infantry can come through. But also the tanks. Absolutely. His first real action is my fights at bellawood any fights the Swiss on, but his first significant action is at San Miguel where the Americans go on the offensive to reduce a salient that had been created there. Since the beginning of the war and Saunders is pushed out front along with September. Yes. And I pushed out front to breach the barbed wire and the German commander on the other side is given orders to all of his men to shoot any if they ever site Indians on contact immediately, focus all sniper fire on them. So he's really a target. If he's if he's able to be if they identify him, but he's. Out there in front, and he's just sustaining sniper fire artillery fire, and he's cutting this wire, but they breached the wire, the, you know, the infantry follows behind them, but they're out front the small group to men, and they they push into toward San Mahal that San Mateo into the salient. And they they make their way into a small town where they. There's a German strongpoint, which is actually an old French Chateau, and they enter the strong point. And they keep they start taking prisoners the small two men. Start taking prisoners I ten then fifteen eventually Saunders captures over sixty sixty three German prisoners. Singlehandedly Saunders is live. He goes home. And he dies in nineteen forty seven. Patrick is provided. What we what we can know of the body of errors. He lives almost entirely in the west San Antonio, Texas, and he's buried at the Golden Gate national cemetery for anyone who is concerned about his fate and wants to go. Find a native American combat hero from the first war who was one of the body bears. Now, Harry Taylor also from the wild west and participating in the wild west division. Born nineteen o one for Yellowstone, Wyoming. If there are some regional sense of how they chose these men, although I note. That they all had to be within six feet tall. Right. That was that was one of the requirements, but it was general Pershing that actually had the final selection on all these men the army in in the navy in the Marine Corps cold through all the files in that was given to general Pershing to finally selected them. And then Pershing wanted decorated heroes. But also he wanted to tell the story of the af through each of the branches of service. The army the navy the Marine Corps, and then the combat specials af is American. Expeditionary force was called the whole military commitment by the United States racked. And that's what these body bears. Do they provide us the story of the af through the individuals wild west division is the ninety first division. It also fought valiantly in the second war. My memory is the ninety. I know that was the ninetieth the breakout of Normandy. But September twenty six twenty seventh the ninety first with its jumps off the three hundred and sixty seconds. Regiment, is is a Harry Taylor's regiment, plows into what is called the bloody Gulch. What is that? This is part of the muse Argonne offensive. And if you picture the scene I like to look at it. He's also been there. Diane the same today. It's it's battle-scarred. And you know, it's something else. But I mean World War One if you picture the opening scene of saving private Ryan. It was bunkered positions everywhere. And these are men that are going over the top with just ten Brodie helmets. No body armor in wool uniforms and pushing forward into a hailstorm frontal assault fixed positions had been a quiet sector for years. The Germans were deeply dug in and the American summer all was one of the American commanders and Pershing through division after regiment after company after battalion against machine gun positions that were deeply buried. Deeply buried, and it was over open ground, and it was a bloodbath in the wild west divisions called that. Because most of these men were from the western states or key Canadian. I mean, sorry Alaskan territory, these are loggers these guys that, you know, hunters in even some interestingly enough men from California. So there are some Hollywood guys in this in this unit is well, you say that the assault on guests nee was suicide. It was it was a deeply held German strongpoint. These men had to go over nearly a mile of open ground just to get to the town and their machine gun, nests everywhere artillery that was fixed and these men had to cook it cross it. And it's it's it's an unbelievable story is the title of the chapter is the charge of the light brigade in Taylor was actually part of a mounted unit a headquarters unit within the ninety first. And in some points. The battle actually was on horseback. Sergeant Samuel would fill sergeant Samuel woodville who becomes a Lieutenant. But then is reduced to Sergey thirty five years old born eighteen eighty three and he is Musar gone as well, and is near to patent who leads the tank, assault and bazaar gone would fill is a very brave, man. He's wounded he's near the lost battalion as well. All of these all of these very famous events make appearances in Patrick's book has he's putting together because we're following the body bearers, they touched upon all the battlefields would fill is also very brave man who marries and has a very good life on a farm afterwards. What does he do that? Dan, Musar gone. I call him Pershing's one man's story. That's the story. I wrote and Breitbart because it's extraordinary. He's given the task of a probing attack with his company into the heart of. Of of death. I mean, it's the Hindenburg line. It's more of these fixed positions that are bunkered. There's machine gun nests everywhere there sniper positions, and there's the gas which is omnipresent, and they push in into this is death. This meat grinder is death factory. And would fill is their leading his men and all of a sudden ten of his men are wiped out by machine gun. Nests would feel springs into action is as men kind of hold back any pushes forward on his own and takes out the machine gun nest with with accurate rifle fire from Springfield. He's an he's a hunter before the war, and a crack shot takes out that machine gun. Nests keeps pushing forward lands into a shell hole, which is filled with mustard gas. The mustard gas candidates like sits there. It's persistent in many cases in the gases picture. It's more of an oily like a little droplets. It gets on your skin. If it gets in your lungs. It can kill you. And it just irradiates everything. He catches a face full of this mask of this gas, but keeps pushing forward even though his eyes are irritated any takes out of nother machine. Gun nest kill several Germans as they try to reoccupy it, and then he's pushing forward even though he can hardly see and encounters. Another nest kills several men with his forty five which suddenly jams and. He's about to be killed by a German. That's lunging at him. And he picks up a pick. That's next to the machine gun and in Gore's. The man is he's is springs. Adam the book is the unknowns were telling the story of the body bears the combat units and the.

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"soissons" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The unknown. This is the untold story of America's unknown soldier buried in Arlington cemetery. November eleven nineteen twenty one. And the body back the men who were chosen by the military to take the casket to its final resting place. We're going through the eight body bears who participated that day November eleventh and also their combat and their risk describes the American effort in the great war. You will recall that America's stayed out of the war. And that will Joe Wilson was reelected too proud to fight in one thousand nine hundred sixteen soon afterwards having to do with the machinations of the empires that were bleeding themselves to death in Europe. Woodrow Wilson was provoked by the Germans declaring. And. Unrestrained submarine warfare against all neutrals, meaning sinking passenger liners. American ships friendships anything that could kill because the Germans were starving to death. The British navy had enforced a blockade these many years, and the Germans were eating onions if they could find so it was the decision of the Kaiser knowing this would provoke the Americans to take the risk thinking that the Americans could not get men to Europe fast enough in order to stop what he knew would be the chairman offensive of nineteen eighteen Russia's out of the war in nineteen seventeen. So they move all of their troops. That have been fighting a two front war to launch the offensive that the American stop in June and July and August of nineteen eighteen Patrick's book takes us into the Americans throwing themselves into the line to support. And in most cases, replace the broken and fleeing. French army broken and fleeing Patrick it's worth mentioning here that as the Americans we've talked about the marines coming in. But the army is well the field artillery as the Americans come into line in the summer of nineteen eighteen they see that the French army is no longer fighting and will not fight. It is at least bellawood. It was not fighting. And then it sort of reconstitute itself at Soissons, and is is is much more of a stable force. But initially. Yeah, it wasn't fighting. And it was the American the presence of these American troops had an enormous morale boost as well as tactical position that they provided by blocking this offensive. I want to be a little more severe the Americans, the Australians, and the Canadians are the offense of units that cracks the Hindenburg line in the summer and fall of nineteen eighteen it's not it's the fresh Australian troops. Fresh fresh Canadian troops because the British are also exhausted. Yes. And the Americans are not only are launch an offensive, but they have a million men coming behind them. Yes. I mean, this is an extraordinary story that's told it in the unknowns. It's the story of going from two hundred twenty thousand regular troops in one thousand nine hundred seventeen to over four million men at arms in one thousand nine hundred eighty two million of them in Europe. Yes, timeframe. Ordinary story building this incredible army. There's a flood coming which is part of the political calculation. The Germans must make here. Can they stop the American? So we go we've we've talked of the marines at bellawood wood and the field artillery at Soissons, we turn now to a man named Sanders company. A second engineers born in medicine, bow Wisconsin, and he is striking and most importantly in striking because he's one of ten thousand native Americans who participate in the first war. Yes. I mean, the story of native Americans in the first four is sort of a forgotten story as well. In fact, many of these native Americans weren't even American citizens at the time they have been deprived of that by the constitution. You will all recall the one that was signed in the eighteenth century. It had not been at this point corrected. Yes. And but interestingly enough the stereotype of the American injury Indian as the ultimate warrior kind of holds up in the American army. They're put in some of the most dangerous positions in the American army as runners or as reconnaissance Sanders is an engineer is their job. He's an he's a combat engineer. But he's not there to build things. He's there to blow things up or to preach the line. And this is the four Lon hope of the of World War One. He's given wire cutters and told the snip individual strands of mountains of barbed wire to breach it to make a hole to allow the advancing troops to break breakthrough. He's present at the big battle that is to come the Musar gone before. And during. And after Musar gone, they send the combat engineers in. I I know this very well. Patrick knows it very well. Because my father was a combat engineer in the second war. And we talked him on the sixtieth anniversary his job on d day was the gap assault team thirteen to breach the German obstacles auto Maho beach. That's exactly the job. Sanders has he wasn't landing in a landing craft. He's to go in front of the assault battalions on his belly. I can imagine and cut the wires. So not only the infantry can come through. But also the tanks. Absolutely. His first real action is my fights at bellawood any fights this was on. But his first significant action is at San Miguel where the Americans go on the offensive to reduce a salient that had been created there. Since the beginning of the war and Saunders is pushed out front along with September. Yes. Eighteen and I it pushed out front to breach the barbed wire and the German commander on the other side has given orders to all of his men to shoot any if they ever site Indians on contact immediately and focus all sniper fire on them. So he's really a target. If he's if he's able to be if they identify him, but he's out there in front, and he's just, you know, sustaining sniper fire artillery fire, and he's cutting this wire, but they breached the wire the, you know, the inventory follows behind them, but they're out front to small group to men, and they they push into. It toward San Mahal San Mateo into the salient, and they they make their way into a small town where they there's a German strongpoint, which is actually an old French Chateau, and they enter the strong point. And they keep they start taking prisoners the small to men start taking prisoners I ten then fifteen eventually Saunders captures over sixty sixty three German prisoners singlehandedly Saunders is live. He goes home. And he dies in nineteen forty seven. Patrick is provided. What we what we can know of the body bearers. He lives almost entirely in the west and San Antonio, Texas, and he's buried at the Golden Gate national cemetery for anyone who is concerned about his fate and wants to go. Find a native American combat hero from the first war who was one of the body bears. Now, Harry Taylor also from the wild west and. Participating in the wild west division. Born nineteen one fort Yellowstone, Wyoming is there are some regional sense of how they chose these men. Although I note that they all had to be within six feet tall. Right. That was that was one of the requirements, but it was general Pershing than actually had the final selection on all of these men. The army in the navy in the Marine Corps cold through all the files in that was given to general Pershing to finally selected them. And then Pershing wanted decorated heroes. But also he wanted to tell the story of the af through each of the branches of service. The army the navy the Marine Corps and then the combat specials. ATF is American. Expeditionary force was called the whole military commitment by the United States wrecked. And that's what these body bears. Do they provide us the story of the through the individuals wild west division is the ninety first division. It also fought valiantly in the second war. My memory is the ninety. I know that. The ninetieth the breakout of Normandy bud September twenty six twenty seven the ninety first with its jumps off the three hundred sixty second regiment, is is Harry Taylor's regiment, plows into what is called the bloody Gulch. What is that? This is part of the muse are gone offensive. And if you picture the scene, I liked it look at it also been there. I have the same today. It's it's battle-scarred, and, you know, something else, but I mean World War One if you picture the opening scene of saving private Ryan. It was bunkered positions everywhere. And these are men that are going over the top with just ten Brodie helmets. No body armor in wool uniforms and pushing forward into a hailstorm frontal assault fixed positions had been a quiet sector for years. The Germans were deeply dug in and the American Summerall was one of the American commanders in Pershing through division after. Regimen after company after battalion against machine gun positions that were deeply buried deeply buried, and it was all over open ground, and it was a bloodbath in in the wild west divisions, call that because most of these men were from the western states or Canadian. Alaskan territory, these are loggers these are guys that, you know, hunters in even some interestingly enough men from California. So there are some Hollywood guys in this in this unit is well, you say that the assault on guest nee was suicide. It was it was a deeply held German strongpoint. These men had to go over nearly a mile of open ground just to get to the town and their machine gun, nests everywhere artillery that was fixed and these men had to cook it cross it. And it's it's it's an unbelievable story is the title of the chapters. The charge of the light brigade in Taylor was actually part of a mounted unit a headquarters unit within the the ninety first and in some points. The battle actually was on horseback. Sergeant Samuel would fail. Sergeant Samuel woodville. Who becomes a Lieutenant then is reduced to Sergey thirty five years old born eighteen eighty three. And he's Musar Ghana's, well, and is near to patent who leads the tank assault and Musar gone would fill is a very brave, man. He's wounded he's near the lost battalion as well. All of these all of these very famous events make appearances in Patrick's book has he's putting together because we're following the body bearers, they touched upon all the battlefields would fill is also very brave man who marries and has a very good life on a farm afterwards. What does he do that? Dan news. Are I call him Pershing's one man's story? That's the story road and Breitbart because it's extraordinary he's given the task of a probing attack with his company into the heart of of death. I mean, it's the Hindenburg line. It's more of these fixed positions that are bunkered machine gun nests everywhere, there's sniper positions, and there's the gas, which is Omni. President and they push in into this is death. This meat grinder is death factory. And would fill is their leading his men and all of a sudden ten of his men are wiped out by machine gun nests. Woodfield springs into action is mankind of hold back. Any pushes forward on his own and takes out the machine gun nest with with accurate rifle fire from his Springfield. He's an he's a hunter before the war, and a crack shot takes out that machine gun. Nests keeps pushing forward lands into a shell hole, which is filled with mustard gas. The mustard gas can dislike sits there. It's persistent in many cases in the gas is picture. It's more of an oily like a little droplets gets on your skin. If it gets in your lungs. It can kill you. And it just irradiates everything. He. Catches a face full of this mask of this gas, but keeps pushing forward even though his eyes are irritated any takes out of machine gun nest? Kill several Germans as they try to reoccupy it and then keeps pushing forward even though he can hardly see and encounters. Another nest kills several men with his forty five which suddenly jams, and he's about to be killed by German. That's lunging at him. And he picks up a pickaxe that's next to the machine gun and in Gore's. The man is is springs. Adam the book is the unknowns were telling the story of the body bears the combat units.

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"soissons" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:53 min | 2 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Book is the unknown. This is the untold story of America's unknown soldier buried in Arlington cemetery, November eleven nineteen twenty one. And the body back. The men who are chosen by the military to take the casket to its final resting place. We're going through the eight body bears who participated that day November eleventh and also their combat and their risk describes the American effort in the great war. You will recall that America's stayed out of the war. And that will Joe Wilson was reelected too proud to fight in one thousand nine hundred sixty soon afterwards having to do with the machinations of the empires that were bleeding themselves to death in Europe. Woodrow Wilson was provoked by the Germans declaring an unrestrained submarine warfare against all neutrals, meaning sinking passenger liners American ships, friendships anything they could kill because the Germans were starving to death. The British navy had enforced a blockade these many years, and the Germans were. Eating onions if they could find. So it was the decision of the Kaiser knowing this would provoke the Americans to take the risk thinking that the Americans could not get men to Europe fast enough in order to stop what he knew would be the German offensive of nineteen eighteen Russia's out of the war in nineteen seventeen. So they move all of their troops. That have been fighting a two front war to launch the offensive that the American stop in June and July and August of nineteen eighteen Patrick's book takes us into the Americans throwing themselves into the line to support. And in most cases, replace the broken and fleeing French army broken and fleeing Patrick it's worth mentioning here that as the Americans we've talked about the marines coming in. But the army as well the field artillery is the Americans come into line in the summer of nineteen eighteen they see that the French army is no longer fighting and will. Not fight. It is at least at bellawood. It was not fighting. And then it sort of reconstitute itself at Soissons and his his is much more of a stable force. But initially. Yeah, it was in fighting, and it was the American the presence of these American troops had an enormous morale-boost as well as tactical position that they provided by blocking this offensive. I want to be a little more severe the Americans. The Australians Canadians are the offense of units that cracks the Hindenburg line in the summer and fall of nineteen eighteen it's not it's the fresh Australian troops the fresh fresh Canadian troops because the British are also exhausted. And the Americans are not only are launching a offensive, but they have a million and coming behind them. Yes. I mean, this is an extraordinary story that's told it in in the unknowns. It's the story of going from two hundred and twenty thousand regular troops in one thousand nine hundred seventeen to over four million men at arms in one thousand nine hundred eighty two million of them in Europe. Yes, it's a say ordinary story building this incredible army. There's a flood coming which is part of the political calculation. The Germans must make here. Can they stop the Americans? So we go we've we've talked of the marines at bellawood and the field artillery at Soissons, we turn now to a man named Sanders company. A second engineers born in medicine, bow Wisconsin, and he is striking and most importantly in striking because he's one of ten thousand native Americans who participated in the first war. Yes. I mean, the story of native Americans in the first four is sort of a forgotten story as well. In fact, many of these native Americans weren't even American citizens at the time, they they will have been deprived of that by the constitution. You will all recall the one that was signed in the eighteenth century. It had not been at this point corrected. Yes. But interestingly enough the stereotype of the American injury Indian as the ultimate warrior kind of holds up in the American army. They're put in some of the most dangerous positions in the American army as runners or as reconnaissance Sanders is an engineer their job. He's an he's a combat engineer. But he's not there to build things. He's there to blow things up or to breach the line. And this is the forlorn hope of the of World War One. He's given wire cutters and told the snip individual strands of mountains of barbed wire to breach it to make a hole to allow the advancing troops to break through. He's present at the big battle that is to come the Musar calm before and during and after Musar gone, they send the combat engineers in. I I know this very well. Patrick knows it very well. Because my father was a combat engineer. The second wars, and we talked to him on the sixtieth anniversary his job on d day was the gap assault team thirteen to breach the German obstacles auto Mahal beach. That's exactly the job. Sanders has he wasn't landing in a landing craft. He's to go in front of the salt battalions on his belly. I can imagine and cut the wires. So not only the infantry can come through. But also the tanks. Absolutely. His first real action is my fights at bellawood any fights this was on. But his first significant action is at San Miguel where the Americans go on the offensive to reduce a salient that had been created there. Since the beginning of the war and Saunders is pushed out front along with one other September. Yes. And I pushed out front to breach the barbed wire and the German commander on the other side is given orders to all of his men to shoot any if they ever site Indians on contact immediately and focus all cyber fire on them. So he's really a target. If he's if he's able to be on if they identify him, but he's out there in front, and he's just, you know, sustaining sniper fire artillery fire, and he's cutting this wire, but they breached the wire the. You know, the infantry follows behind them, but they're out front. It's a small group to men, and they push into it toward San Mahal that San Mateo into the salient, and they they make their way into a small town where the there's a German strongpoint, which is actually an old French Chateau, and they enter the strong point. And they keep they start taking prisoners the small to men start taking prisoners I ten then fifteen eventually Saunders captures over sixty sixty three German prisoners. Singlehandedly Sanders is live he goes home. And he dies in nineteen forty seven. Patrick has provided. What we what we can know of the body bears. He lives almost entirely in the west and San Antonio, Texas, and he's buried at the Golden Gate national cemetery for anyone who is concerned about his fate and wants to go find a native American combat. Hero from the first war who was one of the body bears. Now, Harry Taylor also from the wild west and participating in the wild west division. Born nineteen o one fort Yellowstone, Wyoming is there are some regional sense of how they chose these men. Although I note that they all had to be within six feet tall. Right. That was that was one of the requirements, but it was general Pershing than actually had the final selection on all these men the army in in the navy in the Marine Corps cold through all the files in that was given to general Pershing to finally selected them. And then Pershing wanted a decorated heroes. But also he wanted to tell the story of the af through each of the branches of service. The army the navy the Marine Corps and then the combat specialization EFF's American. Expeditionary force was called the whole military commitment of by the United States. Right. And that's what these body bears. Do they provide us the story of the af through the? Individuals wild west division is the ninety first division. It also fought valiantly in the second war. My memory is the ninety. I know that was the ninetieth the breakout of Normandy. But September twenty six twenty seven the ninety first with its jumps off the three hundred and sixty second regiment, is is a Harry Taylor's regiment, plows into what is called the bloody Gulch. What is that? This is part of the muse Argonne offensive. And if you picture the scene I liked to look at it also been there. I have the same today. It's it's battle-scarred, and, you know, something else, but I mean World War One if you picture the opening scene of saving private Ryan. It was bunkered positions everywhere. And these are men that are going over the top with just ten Brodie helmets. No body armor in wool uniforms, and pushing forward into a hailstorm frontal assault fixed positions had been a quiet sector for years, the German. Were deeply dug in and the American Summerall was one of the American commanders in Pershing through division after regimen after company after battalion against machine gun positions that were deeply buried. Deeply buried, and it was all over open ground, and it was a bloodbath in the wild west divisions called that. Because most of these men were from the western states or Canadian. I mean, sorry Alaskan territory, these are loggers these guys that, you know, hunters and even some interestingly enough men from California. So there some Hollywood guys in this in this unit is well, you say that the assault on guests nee was suicide. It was it was a deeply held German strongpoint. These men had to go over nearly a mile of open ground just to get to the town and their machine gun, nests everywhere artillery that was fixed and these men had to cook it cross it. And it's it's it's an unbelievable story is the title of the chapter is the charge of the light brigade in Taylor was actually part of a mounted unit a headquarters unit within the the ninety first. And some points. The battle actually was on or spec. Sergeant Samuel would fill sergeant Samuel woodville who becomes the Lieutenant. But then is reduced the Sergey thirty five years old born eighteen eighty three and he's Musar Ghana's, well, and is near to patent who leads the tank assault and bizarre gone would fill is a very brave, man. He's wounded he's near the lost battalion as well. All of these all of these very famous events make appearances and Patrick's book has he's putting together because we're following the body bearers, they touched upon all the battlefields would fill is also very brave man who marries and has a very good life on a farm afterwards. What does he do that? Dan, gone. I call him Pershing's one man story. That's the story. I wrote and Breitbart because it's extraordinarily he's given the task of a probing attack with his company into the heart of. Of of death. I mean, it's the Hindenburg line. It's more. These fixed positions that are bunkered machine gun nests everywhere there sniper positions, and there's the gas which is omnipresent and they push in into this this death. This meat grinder is death factory and would fills their leading men and all of a sudden ten of his men are wiped out by machine gun nests. Woodfield springs into action is as men kind of hold back any pushes forward on his own and takes out the machine gun nest with with accurate rifle fire from his Springfield. He's an he's one hundred before the war, and a crack shot takes out that machine gun keeps pushing forward lands into a shell hole, which is filled with mustard gas. The mustard gas can dislike sits there. It's persistent in many cases in the is picture. It's more of an oily like a little droplets. Gets on your skin. If it gets in your lungs. It can kill you. And it just irritates everything. He. Catches a face full of this mask of this gas, but keeps pushing forward even though his eyes are irritated any takes out another machine gun nest kill several Germans as they try to reoccupy it and then keeps pushing forward even though he can hardly see and encounters. Another nest kills several men with his forty five which suddenly jams and. He's about to be killed by German. That's lunging at him. And he picks up a tick axe that's next to the machine gun and in Gore's the man is springs. Adam the book is the unknowns were telling the story of the body bears the combat units and the risks of the men who were the body bears of the casket that was laid to rest November eleventh nineteen twenty one Patrick O'Donnell is the author. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"soissons" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Would look today what it looked like in nineteen eighty it has similar there's the wheat fields it's very bucolic but at the same time the scars of war very present there's there's massive shell holes that that literally you could swallow a small house with is some of the trees are still embedded with mustard gas shells that had been hurled around during the first world war fortyninth overruns one forty two realizes that rise behind us czar position so they fall all into one forty two and now comes janssen's roll the germans got around behind one forty two how how does it work that he all of a sudden faces more than a dozen german state they immediately unfold back onto one forty two after they realized that they've gone a little bit too far and they brace for a counterattack that's typical german tactics within a half an hour the germans immediately will counterattack position that data's lost in the hope of regaining it and that's what came there to there literally potato masher grenades in artillery that reigned in and the germans attacked in great strength with fixed bayonet and they started to set up they nearly were overrunning the hill and janssen spied several camouflaged helmets which were the saulheim german helmets and that were represented by german machine gunners that were setting up their their maxims and had they been able to set up they would have probably overrun the hill with a flanking fire but jansen saw them and immediately spring to action and literally led a bayonet charge by himself and it disrupted the these maxima guns wounded in the process another body bear we need to mention quickly this is a man a man by the name of del whose field artillery colour sergeant james del us you know as army field artillery he was decorated for soi sauce where it's a month later now it's middle of july nineteen eighteen he fires the french artillery piece the seventy five and this battle soissons was also the they call it the second battle of marne i believe this was also a nightmare of casualties for the americas again the americans have to advance across the open fields they face heavy machine gunfire but they're going on the counteroffensive and they're literally unhinging the german salient that had been created in in.

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"soissons" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

Le journal de 7h00

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

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"soissons" Discussed on Podcast

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03:24 min | 2 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on Podcast

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"soissons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Let's take a break we'll come back duct jerry brian and juno believe is the name jesse perry everybody is on the line tonight wants to get on the air are let's do it by one eight hundred five zero one kfi we're live on kfi am six forty what's going on michael soissons hotel in north hollywood and ask where police say that a man with a weapons holed up in one of the rooms at the pepper tree motel and lincolnshire boulevard the guy apparently wanted for robbery part of the st the boulevard is closed down at oxnard street because of the police activity going on there a mom and arizona has been charged with two counts of second degree murder and the desperate young son and daughter authorities say bulkheads dine last month after being strapped in a car seat for fourteen hours while the mom went to work governor brown apparently hasn't decided whether the heat president trump's call the national guard troops to help protect the us border with mexico arizona and texas have already announced plans to send troops to their respective borders we'll check out the forecast and the drive on the freeways next have you been saving for retirement in a vacuum are you ready to start making great financial decisions stop the guesswork over finances and investing for retirement go to trilogy f s dot com and click to talk with an adviser it's simple trilogy financial clients have come to count on them for twenty years and you can't to trilogy f s dot com that's trilogy f s dot com and be sure to join trilogy financial president jeff matzke on the patriot am eleven fifty every saturday at nine am trilogy f s dot com.

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"soissons" Discussed on talkRADIO

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The talk here on talk radio let's get the very latest news headlines with sandy walk at morning james the prime minister's china mission nine billion in trade deals expected english defence league rejects suggestions of a link with the fence britannica and the continuing success of apple across the uk online and all meowing use had loss downing street says nine billion pounds worth of deals are expected to be signed as the prime minister completes a threeday trip to china they included drive to sell uk products to internet shoppers that at least eighteen people are injured after a flaming van drove into crowds in the chinese city of shanghai local authorities say it was an accident which happened when the driver who was smoking while transporting gas canisters lost control amounts due to be sentenced later for the fence report terror attack down osbone hit worshippers were the van in north london killing one man and injuring others police believe his antimuslim feelings were fuelled by social media messages from britain first j to france and the english defence league found a tommy robinson but the group insists those messages were automated and there was never any personal interaction summa being on the mainly mailing list for accompanying canada is very different to tommy robinson sending personal messages now what what the state of towards doing what major threats to is your thoughts michel tomi wolfensohn has ruddock somehow this man for the first time they were more men dying from prostate cancer than women from breast cancer almost twelve thousand men die from the disease every year in the uk that's one every 45 minutes had the blake from prostate cancer uk says there are several reasons for the increase the population is increasing population of man i'm particularly older men and it's partly due to the improvements in treatment for other diseases but we're not going to accept the that number should go on rising we think there are some major steps that can be taken to turn that trend round apples announce record revenues despite a fool an iphone sales the tank giant shipped a million fewer handsets in the last three months of 2017 shorthaul radio national weather with the mets office expert forecasts wehlig but some sunshine mainly sherry some of the rain will be heavy and wintry and it will feel cold in a brisk wind radio soissons who sell kabila's warehouse thousands of trade products to click collect online so goes guilty art van flat shakhid morning leicester winger riyad mahrez.

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on talkRADIO

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talkRADIO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on talkRADIO

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talkRADIO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on talkRADIO

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Women under forty as recommended by calling lines it was the claim some on lowering the age limit that women can get treatment intel it's all kinds of cyprus review of last night's diana documentary range from trashing heartbreaking controversial videotapes and diana and how i'm wide shanghai talking candidly about the breakdown of her marriage to prince charles and even how she struggle with alenia afterwards but rohrabacher fat ingrid cigarettes has total already the cia the child wasn't entirely accurate he didn't want to feel that the father he he date lovely ingrid 'unity all the left as they would prove it and letting they said that it represented us they badly and i think that very up that south today singer molly king is warned on this certainly come dancing contests to watch showers she's gonna give how old she's the faststart may now for the shy and burly says she thought twice about joining the great british baykal pickets of how campaigning the healthy eating the former great british menu start taking over from mary berry from the programs made to telephone i shall weather a mix of sunshine and showers in the north some rain elsewhere with highs of nineteen degrees soissons who so her liz warehouse swing trade prizes to be closer than you think we roping new branches across the u k yulia were so go at so gobi w dot com on preechavut chelsea boss antonio conte says he will continue working hard to improve his two before the stall so the perennially season the defending champions were beaten in the community shield on penalties by ospel yesterday going del full one in the shootout lay begin the topflight campaign against burnley on saturday the netherlands secure the first major women's international title with victory over denmark in the.

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talkRADIO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"soissons" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Video for heads ap's silos single the song i feel everything is from her latest film valeri and and the stasi of a thousand planet that's the track was pretty spifer on williams katy perry is being announced as the heist at the mtv video music awards next month she still say nominated for five prices at the ceremony this year kendrick lamar leads the nominations with aids analyst says he experienced some paranormal activity while staying in a house once we have harrismith j perry the ruc solve cooled his new album which is out today eight paranormal and says he thinks everyone has experienced thinks they can't explain mean literally with certain john walker comeback hill furniture movies where you say let's go to a flashlight she would go we got two other arsenal weather and windy day with sunshine and showers it fast heavier rain i moving in from the south west of england the softening spreading across much of england wales with highs of twenty one degrees so radio's soissons herself as well sales of playing the clinton to let online cell phones our ben fletcher good morning will get underway with cricket in england will start to the fat test with south africa one hundred seventy one for four later this morning former captain alister kirk is just eighteen runs short of his century starches alongside imam one everton could argue manager onenil win the neglect of you rightfully third round qualifier they needed a deflected strike from layton bangs debate slovak side rejoin baracher goodison sophie's boss ronald cuban says it wasn't the most fluid of performances but i got the job done one new is not a debt ratio maybe everybody thought to a vicar resulted health but everybody needs to note that fits the ford week of the policy cannot expect that the team is really on the percent finally england's women of sets up by quarterfinal tie with france's you're a 2017 mark sampson side made it.

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