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Overview of Daylight Saving Time - Geography - About.com
Daylight Saving Time was instituted in the United States during World War I in order to save energy for war production by taking advantage of the later hours of ...
World War I Picture - Airplanes Getting Ready for a Raid During ...
Picture of airplanes lined up on the field, being prepared for a daylight raid on German trenches and cities, during World War I.
Daylight Saving Time - Longevity Hazards of Shifting Our Clock
Nov 3, 2014 ... History of DST: Launched during World War I to save energy for manufacturing, Daylight Saving Time involved moving the clock one hour ...
Daylight Saving Time Confusion - Geography - About.com
What was your most interesting Daylight Saving Time experience? ... as the article heading this forum stated, to help save on energy costs for war production.
World War II: Bombing of Dresden Background - Military History
The Bombing of Dresden took place February 13-15, 1945 during World War II. ... operation calling for daylight bombing by the US Eighth Air Force followed by ...
World War II: Schweinfurt-Regensburg Raid Summary - Military History
USAAF B-17 Flying Fortresses on a raid during World War II. .... led Allied leaders to re-think the feasibility of unescorted, long-range, daylight raids on Germany.
Trenches in World War I - 20th Century History - About.com
In World War I, many soldiers were forced to fight in trenches, with horrible conditions ... The relative quiet of the daylight hours allowed men to discharge their ...
1 - The War of the Worlds - Book 2 - H.G. Wells (1866-1946)
We stopped there all Sunday night and all the next day--the day of the panic--in a little island of daylight, cut off by the Black Smoke from the rest of the world.
Operation Market Garden 1944 - World War 2 - Military History
World War II: Operation Market-Garden. A Bridge Too .... Taking off on Sunday September 17, Allied airborne forces began a daylight drop into the Netherlands.
Part 2, Chapter 7 - Burning Daylight - Jack London (1876-1916)
One took his chances when he played with cutting throats, and his, Daylight's, throat was still intact. That was it! And he had won. It was all gamble and war ...