The essayist Kelly Miller died at the age of 76. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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Remembered for his numerous racial equality-themed essays and articles, as well as for his book Out of the House of Bondage, this Washington, D.C.-based journalist, author, and prominent African-American intellectual earned the nickname of “Bard of the Potomac.”
Born in South Carolina, he and his nine siblings were the children of ex-slave Elizabeth Miller and free man-turned-Union Army soldier Kelly Miller, Sr. His marriage to Annie May Butler resulted in five children.
When the armistice was declared American forces had fought their way to Sedan.
The collapse of Russia was the second great event of 1917.
With Germany herself falling, it is not strange that the nations leagued with her also went down to defeat.
The eventual place the American army should take on the western front was to a large extent influenced by the vital question of communication and supply.
To meet the shortage of supplies from America, due to lack of shipping, the representatives of the different supply departments were constantly in search of available material and supplies in Europe.