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Beginning of Great War.

The infantryman of 47 regiment.

The poilu with the rifle. Year 1914.

The model of french soldier 1914 year is ready for molding

London Scotties 1915

Canadian soldiers

Lost in the Trenches : Photo

'R' class super-dreadnought HMS Ramillies, late WW1: this class carried the same 15 in armament as the preceding 'Queen Elizabeths', but in the interests of economy were given less engine power. Always slow, they were much harder to modernise effectively, and though they served on into WW2 the faster 'QEs' were always better regarded.

Il y a 98 ans jour pour jour, à Flers, pendant la bataille de la Somme, les Britanniques alignent pour la première fois les chars d’assaut. Le nom de code « tank » (réservoir) est utilisé par les Britanniques pour ne pas éveiller les soupçons pendant le développement de leur arme révolutionnaire.

John (Barney) Hines, Australian soldier. Picture probably made after the Battle of Polygon Wood, near Ypres, Flanders, 1917.

Les Harlem Hellfighters au secours de la France Lors de la Première Guerre mondiale, en 1917, le 28e président des États-Unis : Woodrow Wilson ordonne l’enrôlement de tous les hommes valides : Noirs ou Blancs. Ainsi, l’une des premières unités de combat afro-américaine fut le 369e régiment d’infanterie plus connu sous le nom de « Harlem Hellfighters ». Ces Américains se battirent bravement en France et reçurent la Croix de Guerre.

A beached German U-Boat, 1919. A collage of photos and an aerial view. Hastings. England.

Australian troops commence souveniring items from The Barons aircraft after they had shot him down with ground based machine gun fire April 21st 1918 .......Russell Smith Aviation Art - Feeding the Legend

Russell Smith Aviation Art - Feeding the Legend

Indian infantrymen training for receiving a gas attack, 1915.

Photography - The British Library

A Canadian soldier kisses his daughter goodbye before going off to war. Quebec. 1914.

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A French sapper preparing a mine

First World - Trenches

Les rats dans les tranchées sont un fléau. Ils apportent les puces, la gale, mangent les rations et empêchent les soldats de dormir .the trenches in ww1 were infested with millions of rats. They were a problem because they spread infection and disease like the plague and contaminated the soldiers' food.

Amazing Cultures: WW1: Life in the Trenches

Le général de division Ferdinand Foch, 1911-1918, attribué à J-B Tournassoud, autochrome

A number of German soldiers with spiked helmets on a maneuver area with field howitzers which is marked with red-and-white poles, Germany, 1914 (colour litho)

Bridgeman Images

WW1 military haircut. Colorized.


Model T Ford Forum: Old Photo - WW1 American Ambulance Line Up

WW I Front Line

The Early 1900s In Colour.

The original caption of the picture taken from the Berliner Illustrirten Zeitung (Berlin illustrated newspaper) from 1915 reads "The Bath Train in use after arriving at the location of a regiment. The train with a water wagon travels from camp to camp offering 1000 soldiers a day a chance to bath." Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

World War I. French wounded soldiers in convalescence (France). Ca. 1916.