WWI

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Meet the Bomb Squads of France Trying to Locate and Destroy Unexploded Bombs from WWI

"It is dangerous, and we accept it."
Brady Welch
7.6.19
Munchies

World War II Grenades Keep Ending Up in Food Factories and Restaurants

Trenches that were filled with explosives often ended up as farm fields, still laced with forgotten bombs.
Bettina Makalintal
2.6.19
The Great War

Divers just found a German U-boat from WWI with 23 bodies inside

Alex Lubben
9.19.17
Foreign-Made Goods

We Sent US Soldiers to World War I With Barely Any Gear

How under-equipped American troops adapted to using foreign weapons tech as they entered the Great War.
David Longenbach
4.9.17
Gaming

‘Battlefield 1’ Is a Fun, Serious War Game, But Can’t Have It Both Ways

The harder ‘Battlefield 1’ tries to teach players about the horrors of war while still being fun, the more it fails.
Emanuel Maiberg
10.17.16
Gaming

'Battlefield 1' Sacrificed Historical Accuracy to Make The Great War Fun

DICE managed to make a mainstream WWI shooter, but at what cost?
Matthew Gault
9.26.16
Gaming

‘Battlefield 1’ Beta Bugs Make It the Perfect World War 1 Game

This is the most fun I’ve had playing a semi-broken game.
Matthew Gault
9.6.16
Stuff

I Went to a Giant Festival for People Obsessed with War

The War and Peace Show felt quite sweet and highly problematic all at the same time.
Tom Usher
Tom Usher, Photos: Alexander McBride Wilson
7.28.16
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The First ‘Wonder Woman’ Trailer Is a Glorious Festival of Male Ass-Kicking

Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman is the hard-hitting feminist superhero we've been waiting for.
VICE Staff
7.25.16
Culture

A Farewell to Pants: The Role of Cross-Dressing During WWI

With the sexes largely segregated and the intensity of war taking its toll, many men turned to an unlikely coping mechanism: drag. We talked to a historian about the complex reasons soldiers suited down during the First World War.
Lauren Oyler
2.11.16
war

Giant Submarines With Huge Guns

The “submarine cruiser” concept survived WWI and reached its baroque apex in some very large and strange subs.
Steve Weintz
1.6.16
Stuff

We Need to Remember Britain's Muslim Soldiers

Almost 400,000 Muslims fought for Britain during WWI—a fact almost nobody knows.
David Gilmour
11.11.15
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