"Those Dogs Loose Again", Omaha [NB] Daily Bee, 7/28/1914 [p.1]. Austria declared war on Serbia this day a hundred years ago, and World War One began. “All Europe prepares for a mighty war”, read an article in the New York Evening World.
It’s true, Austria-Hungary was about as useful as an elderly gentleman leaping about with a cane during the First World War.
Lydia Litvya (1921-1943) was a fighter pilot in the Soviet Air Force who held the record for the greatest number of kills by a female fighter pilot. She was also (in my opinion) the most beautiful women in the Soviet military.