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Participate in the National Moment of Remembrance

by Deseret News | News from Utah

Nobody is exactly sure when and where the Memorial Day tradition was started. The historical record indicat...


Mormon Relief Efforts in The Soviet Occupation Zone Following WWII

by Keepapitchinin | Everything Else

At the end of World War II, millions fled their homes in the eastern Germany in advance of the approaching ...


Joseph F. Smith on War and Loving Thy Enemy

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

On 6 April 1917, as the Latter-day Saints met in General Conference in Salt Lake City, the United States fo...


How Mormons Remember 'Veterans Day' in Britain

by By Common Consent | Best of LDS Blogs

ce·no·taph, ˈsenəˌtaf/ noun 1. a tomblike monument to someone buried elsewhere, esp. one commemorating peop...


An LDS WWII Pilot Tells Stories, At Last

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Don Snarr survived the 35 missions over Nazi-occupied Germany. He survived the engine flameouts and the bul...

Remembering Armistice Day--Letter Read to Relief Society, 1935

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

At the request of the general Relief Society (Annie Wells Cannon was on its board), this letter was read in...


Dave Says: Buy a Better Car for Gas Mileage?

by Dave Ramsey | Finances

Dear Dave, Is it a good idea to sell your car in order to get one that gets better gas mileage? Trey Dear T...


9/11: How Has It Changed You?

by Jamie Lawson

“Where were you on 9/11?” Not since John F. Kennedy was shot has the question “Where were you?” resonated w...


Dave Says: Sell Your Car and Get Out of Debt!

by Dave Ramsey | Finances

Dear Dave, My mom has about $35,000 worth of debt from a $17,000 car and $18,000 in student loans. She make...

Guest Post: Ken Alford on the Mormon Civil War Vets and the GAR

by Juvenile Instructor | Everything Else

The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was the largest and most influential Civil War veterans organizations....