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log#092204 follow up3 0926 0215 1910 to G-Section Architecture in Germany: Vogelweh, Kaiserslautern? 1) I knew that the architecture was made for G-Section far far before I was born. The definition of G-Section was inherient within the architecture of the building I placed about the 1890's or about just previous or early WWI.

  G-1 Security IC, I report, I write (+)
  G-2 Runs G-Section under Provost: I read, Seeing Eye$1  bill.
  G-3 I never knew, minded own business sir.
  G-4 Time valut for all Serious Incident Reports, burned 
      every 25 years after statistical compilation.
  G-1 and G-2 were on the left: two symetrical doors in numerical and alaphabetical order. G-3 and G-4 were on the right, ass backwards to G-1 and G-2 in rank order sir.
   The old steel not iron bars were in about 3 feet of concrete in old Tutonic style built to keep G-Section logic in cement concret Intel method same sane.
   So I place See ID, Serious Incident Report Section (SIR) about the time Morris Code changed to voice transmission in 1902. Alex Bell in telephones.  Post Frano-Prussian War, orgin in Germany. Typewriter in German copy from 1885 US Standard keyboard design about the German Standard Toilet Bowl, my MOS Sir. Speed: A1's ran Hitler's engine I noted sir, still legal in ole Deutchland Uber Speeds without Uber Alles Safety speed limits. Indeed 10X valiums are now being popped to brake 175 MPH old Prussian Generals from dancing the Samba in their braws and girdles within their young closets sir.

It's in the Architecture: OSS, 1910 G-Section sir. Melvin Pervis in 1935 was fired for squeeling obviously. "YOu got me G-Man?" Yeah? Yeah? G-Section is US Army sir, not FBI orginal Intelligence sir. Respectfully sir and ma'am.

     Lincoln Burrows out. Free ny brother!!
Whatever you're smoking, Oden, can I have some? --Lancevortex 10:18, 26 Sep 2004 (UTC)

"The economy in the 1910s was very good. Supervisory jobs went up by 66%. Jobs in transportation, mining, and manufacturing went up by 27%" hunh?? Where? In what country? Globally? What a bizarre passage! And "up by" compared to what period?

  I agree; this summation of the world economy is in reality a summary of the economies of non-globalized national entities and empires.


"rect 1 1 274 191 1991 Soviet coup d'état attempt rect 275 1 533 191 World Wide Web rect 534 1 822 191 Hubble Space Telescope rect 1 191 284 360 Gulf War rect 285 191 569 360 Rwandan Genocide rect 570 191 822 360 Death of Diana, Princess of Wales rect 1 360 271 564 The Simpsons rect 272 360 447 564 1990s in economics rect 448 360 627 564 Presidency of Bill Clinton rect 628 360 822 564 Compact Disc"

-excerpt from the graphic of the 1910's. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 02:28, 7 August 2009 (UTC)

The selection of notable events in the montage[edit]

We need to reach a consensus on the final selection of images included in the 1910s montage on the top of the page through a discussion (and not through edit wars) which would include (hopefully) many Wikipedians.

The current montage is composed of the following images:

Please share your opinion on this matter BELOW supplying reasons for or against the current images included and/or supply alternative suggestions. TheCuriousGnome (talk) 20:02, 25 March 2010 (UTC)

Suggested additions[edit]

A collapse in morale ???[edit]

The decade was also a period of revolution in a number of countries. The Mexican Revolution spear-headed the trend in November 1910, which led to the ousting of dictator Porfirio Diaz, developing into a civil war that dragged on until mid-1920, not long after a new Mexican Constitution was signed and ratified. Russia also had a similar fate, since World War I led to a collapse in morale as well as to economic chaos.

This sentence seems weird to me. What is morale doing in there ? We're talking about history, no ?N@ldo (talk) 21:23, 7 February 2011 (UTC)

20th century[edit]

The second decade of the 20th century began on 1 january 1911 and ended 31st December 1920. The problem is that 1900 seems to belong to the 1900s as well as the 19th century. Rwood128 (talk) 11:37, 7 October 2012 (UTC)