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Houston Photographer Captures Hidden Worlds From World War I

Posted on · (Above: The underground dining area of a WWI French soldier, as photographed by Houston doctor Jeff Gusky. Image Courtesy: jeffgusky.com) When we think of the brutal warfare of World War I, we tend to think of the 9 million soldiers and 7 million civilians dead, of infantrymen waging war with guns and grenades, hiding in muddy […]

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Hidden Worlds of WWI, and Comedian Cheech Marin: Thursday’s Show (April 6, 2017)

Posted on · (Above: The underground dining area of a WWI French soldier, as photographed by Houston doctor Jeff Gusky. Image Courtesy: jeffgusky.com) When we think of the brutal warfare of World War I, we tend to think of the 9 million soldiers and 7 million civilians dead, of infantrymen waging war with guns and grenades, hiding in muddy […]

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Houston Photographer Captures Hidden Worlds From World War I

Posted on · When we think of the brutal warfare of World War I, we tend to think of the 9 million soldiers and 7 million civilians dead, of infantrymen waging war with guns and grenades, hiding in muddy trenches above ground, of chemical weapons being used for the first time in warfare. But there were also cavernous […]

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Celebrating 100 Years of Battleship TEXAS

Posted on · Officials are holding a public festival to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the commissioning of the Battleship TEXAS. The Battleship served in both world wars and is credited with the introduction and innovation of many advances, including gunnery, aviation and radar. Houston Matters’ Maggie Martin spoke with Bruce Bramlett, Executive Director of the Battleship TEXAS […]