Henry Johnson the One-Man Army Who Fought Off, Dozens of German Soldiers During World War I

Amazing piece of WW1 History.

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H/T Mental Floss.

R.I.P. Sergeant Henry Johnson July 15,1892-July 1,1929.

It was after midnight on May 15, 1918 when William Henry Johnson began to hear the rustling. Johnson was a long way from his home in Albany, New York, guarding a bridge in the Argonne Forest in Champagne, France. Sleeping next to him was Needham Roberts, a fellow soldier. Both men had enlisted in the New York National Guard just a few months earlier and were now part of the French Army, donated by U.S. forces to their understaffed allies in the thick of World War I.

As Johnson continued hearing the strange noises late into the night, he urged his partner to get up. A tired Roberts waved him off, believing Johnson was just nervous. Johnson decided to prepare himself just in case, piling up his assortment of grenades and rifle cartridges…

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Muslim Attack on Australian Picnic Train: 1915 at Broken Hill

Muslim Attack on Australian Picnic Train: 1915 at Broken Hill

An obscure page of WW1 History that continues to prove that islam is not a “Religion of Peace” but rather a Societal Philosophy of Terror and Mayhem against innocent people and an obvious threat to Christian Western Civilization that must be rooted out.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

World War I History: German U-Boats in Rhode Island

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100 Years After The Great War Arrived On Americas Doorstep

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For those of you interested in the more obscure history of World War One, here is a book I read last year that I found absolutely fascinating:

Dark Invasion, 1915: Germany’s Secret War and the Hunt for the First Terrorist Cell in America

Stay Alert, Stay Armed and Stay Dangerous!

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