I smell gas…where can the children go?

A child’s grave in the Kühner-Schramm Family Cemetery. Photo by Wilhelm Kühner (2016).

“We saw everyone was on the ground. People were squirming. Some had foam coming out of their mouths. We started picking people up…I couldn’t breathe.”

— Khaled al-Nasr (Reuters: April 5, 2017)

Washington Daily News (Washington, N.C.), November 05, 1915 — DigitalNC.org.
Shells are filled with mustard agent on Edgewood Arsenal Nov. 11, 1918. | U.S. Army photo (via APG News).
Phan Thi Kim Phu fleeing napalm, by Nick Ut — Fair use.
By Giulia Afiune and John Wihbey for Pacific Standard (March 9, 2017).
By Joshua Keating for Slate (March 6, 2017).
By Greg Grandin for The Nation (April 7, 2016).
By Zack Beauchamp for Vox (April 6, 2017).
By Greg Grandin for The Nation (Janurary 15, 2017).
By Josie Ensor and Roland Oliphant for The Telegraph (April 7, 2016).
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Wilhelm Kühner

Pruning the “tangled thicket” of Kühner (Keener) Genealogie in Amerika and reflecting on its relevance to current events.