1914-18 - 1.ère Guerre Mondiale / WW1
1914-18 - 1.ère Guerre Mondiale / WW1
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Two German soldiers and their mule wearing gas masks in WWI, 1916
gasmask vintage donkey / ass
German soldiers with gas mask and their donkey. 1917 (I just love pix of people wearing gas masks)
Soldiers and Mule Wearing Gas Masks. Germany. 1916. Vintage photo
donkey always did regret the day he forgot his mask on picture day.
Manfred von Richthofen (1892 – 1918), also widely known as the Red Baron, was a German fighter pilot with the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte) during World War I. He is considered the top ace of that war, being officially credited with 80 air combat victories.
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The German RedBaron
Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen (2 May 1892 – 21 April 1918), also widely known as the Red Baron, was a German fighter pilot with the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte) during World War I. He is considered the top ace of that war, being officially credited with 80 air combat victories. | Wikipedia (Manfred von Richthofen.jpg)
The Red Baron: Born Manfred Albrecht von Richthofen to a aristocratic family, he was a German fighter pilot during World War I with the Imperial German Luftstreikrafte. He is considered to this day to be the ace-of-aces of WWI, having been credited with shooting down 80 Allied pilots. #People
Manfred von Richthoven, the Red Baron, killed in action April 1918. The History Place - World War I Timeline - 1916 - War in the Sky Handsome!
WWI French Soldier with dog both wearing Gas Masks.
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vintage photo - WWI?
French Soldier and his dog wearing gas masks
WWI Sergeant and His Dog Wearing Gas Masks 1915 Print
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Soldier and dog wearing gasmasks. (WII?)
Ford 1916 Model T Field Ambulance. This canvas on wood frame model was used extensively by the British & French as well as the American Expeditionary Force in World War I. Its top speed was 45 mph (72 km/h), produced by a 4-cylinder water-cooled engine pinned by heywardhouse.org
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Ford Model T Field Ambulance 1916 canvas on wood frame model used extensively by the British & French as well as the American Expeditionary Force in World War One. Top speed 45mph from a 4 cylinder water cooled engine. (My grandmother was an ambulance driver - this was what she drove!)
Ford 1916 Model T Field Ambulance. Gabriel Hughenfort ended up in one of these...and awoke to the green eyes of his beloved Helene. (Justice Hall)
Sgt. Stubby fought in 17 battles in WWI. He was in the trenches in France for 18 months, survived being gassed and went on to warn his unit of incoming gas attacks and artillery shelling; he located wounded soldiers, and helped capture a German spy. After the war, he was the Georgetown Hoyas’ mascot.
A hero.... Sgt. Stubby fought in 17 battles in WWI. He was in the trenches in France for 18 months, survived being gassed and went on to warn his unit of incoming gas attacks and artillery shelling; he located wounded soldiers, and helped capture a German spy. After the war, he was the Georgetown Hoyas’ mascot.
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Sergeant Stubby ~ World War I Hero Dog - A stray pitbull turned hero!
Stubby, the most decorated dog in the history of the United States military and the only dog ever to receive the rank of sergeant for extreme bravery. A pit bull - the breed now banned form US military bases after decades as a military dog!
Sergeant Stubby - short-tailed bull terrier, who was part of the 1917 Yankee forces in Connecticut’s 102 infantry during World War I. He went on to become the most decorated American War dog of all time, showing unparalleled bravery and loyalty on the battlefield.
Remembering Sergeant Stubby Stubby began life as a stray on the Yale campus in 1917 and went on to become the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat. This highly decorated pooch served his country well! The Boston terrier / pit bull mix joined his owner John Robert Conroy in serving with the 102nd Infantry, 26th Division in World War One. He was in the trenches in France for 18 months and participated in four offensives and 17 battles. Stubby had many duties on the front lines. He located wounded soldiers in no man’s land and woke a sleeping sentry to alert him of an attack. He let his unit know when to duck for cover since he could hear the whine of incoming artillery shells before the humans could. And after being gassed himself, he learned to warn his unit about poison gas attacks. Just as important, he provided morale-lifting visits up and down the line. He even discovered a German spy in hiding, holding onto his pants until soldiers arrived to complete the capture. In April 1918, Stubby was injured during a raid to take Schieprey. As the Germans withdrew, they threw a hand grenade behind them. The overly enthusiastic Stubby was on top of the trench when it went off and was injured in the foreleg. He recovered from the injury and went onto return to the front lines. Stubby was frequently seen wearing his chamois coat which was embroidered with the flags of the allies and displayed his many medals. The garment was made for him by the grateful women of Château-Thierry after the US retook the town. By the end of his military career, Sergeant Stubby was the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat. He was honored by Presidents Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Coolidge, and Warren G. Harding. When he returned home from the war, Stubby became a celebrity. He became a lifetime member of the American legion and marched in every legion parade and attended every legion convention from the end of the war until his death. In 1926, at age 9 or 10, Stubby died in Conroy’s arms. His obituary in the New York Times was three columns wide by half a page long! His remains were presented for display purposes to the Smithsonian, where they are now featured in the Price of Freedom: Americans at War exhibit
Animals in war. Sergeant Stubby fought in 17 battles in WWI. He was in the trenches in France for 18 months, survived being gassed and went on to warn his unit of incoming gas attacks and artillery shelling; he located wounded soldiers, and helped capture a German spy. After the war, he was the Georgetown Hoyas’ mascot.
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unknown russian ensign, Northwestern Front
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Unidentified Russian ensign, Northwestern Front, WW1.
..nashi uvek odaberu pravu stranu.. unknown russian ensign, Northwestern Front
A Stokes 3inch trench mortar and emplacement manned by the 6th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, Cambrin, France. 6 February, 1918. (IWM)
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World War I | German World War I Soldier and Dog in Gas Masks
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Men and service dogs wearing gas masks in the trenches during World War 2. THANK YOU, all trench dogs, for your service! <3
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WWII German Shepherds with gas masks.
World War One German soldiers and dogs don gas masks in Reims, France during World War I in 1916. Only one year earlier, poison gas was deployed for the first time in war on a mass scale by the Germans in Ypres, Belgium. The battle marked the birth of weapons of mass destruction.
I didn't know there were gas masks for dogs. War really sucks. From the First World War we have Stubby, the highest decorated dog in the history of the United States.
Oil painting by artist James Montgomery Flagg. This was the original artwork for a World War I Navy recruiting poster. It was photographed following restoration in 1986. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.
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Another awesome vintage recruiting poster. NAVY
"The Navy Needs You. Don't Read American History, Make It!" ~ WWI Naval recruitment poster.
Shell shock is described as the trauma that post war military personnel can experience. The symptoms include paranoia, panic, and inability to sleep, eat, walk, or talk. Unfortunately, many WW1 soldiers suffered from this fatal disability/illness after their honorable service.
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How sad when you type 'shellshock' into Google the first listings are all for computer games...
A shell shocked soldier in the trenches during World War One - A horrific reality. The cover image of the book "Broken Men: Shell Shock, Treatment and Recovery in Britain, 1914-30," written by Fiona Reid.
Soldiers sacrifice their mental health at war. Seeing all of the gruesome gore, witnessing mass deaths and being involved in stressful situations often leaves a soldier with post-traumatic stress disorder. When a soldier returns home they often cannot go back to their lives like everything is perfectly fine. They have to alter their life because of the war. War can cause men to suffer. Stop All Wars Now!
WWI soldier. For the warmongers who remain safely at home or play war on their computers, this is what war really is: not glory, not heroics. This.
Words that came into English during the Great War: A 1915 study by psychologist Charles Samuel Myers titled, "A contribution to the study of shell shock" is the first documentation for the use of this term in English. "But some accounts suggest that Myers did not invent the term; that it was already in use at the front and Myers merely popularized it (and regretted it: in a later book he described shell shock as a ‘singularly ill-chosen term’)."
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WW 1 Military Listening Device.
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WWI Military Listening Device. @Daryl Lyerla this made me thing of you! :)
Paraboloids. A simpler aeroplane detection device was required preferably to be worn round the head. From 1930 different versions were tested and it appeared that a miniature version of the parabolic reflectors produced the best results, among other things because these preserved the "sound image" best.
Listen Up! FREE tip sheet in May "Creating Powerful Accomplishment Statements" FIND OUT HOW! // photo credit: x-ray delta one via photopin cc
WWI Military Listening Device. Or, ear trumpets for mama.
WWI Military Listening Device.... Hearing Aids have come a long way :)
The body of a French boy hangs from a tree after being blasted up by a German shell. The Battle of Verdun, 1916.
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The body of a French boy hangs in a tree after being blasted by a German shell. The Battle of Verdun, 1916.
WWI Trench Warfare - God bless our men who fought to make this world safer. We must never let them down.
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Australian soldiers wearing respirator gas masks during WWI. While under chlorine gas attacks, soldiers were instructed to urinate on their masks in order to more effectively combat the gas. However if for some reason they did not have a mask on hand, they were told to urinate on a piece of cloth and cover their face in it. Water also worked but was less effective. Ypres, Belgium - September 27, 1917. www.nerangrsl.com
WWI Photo. #gasmask
HISTORY IN PICTURES: RARE, UNSEEN PICTURES: BE THERE: First World War: Body Armor and Gas Attacks
Australian infantry, wearing their small box respirators, awaiting the order to advance, summer 1917. By that time, Allied gas countermeasures had developed adequately and field units were all supplied with the latest gas masks. World War I
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The American Marines. St.Mihiel September 1918
WWI; the war that shaped the 20th century.
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They were promised it would all be over by Christmas. Ultimately more than 70 million military personnel, including 60 million Europeans, were mobilised in one of the largest wars in history. More than 9 million combatants were killed, largely because of enormous increases in lethality of weapons, without corresponding improvements in protection or mobility for the soldiers. It was the sixth-deadliest conflict in world history. The global war began 28 Jul 1914 and lasted until 11 Nov 1918.
They give their all, when only a few even return the gesture.. smh God Bless America and..... ESPICIALLY All that protected Us doing so.. ANYONE IN A UNIFORM IS A HERO IN MY EYES.. (world war 1)
this is NOT an old photo from WW1, but rather a figurine in a diorama in the AWM, Canberra, Australia
This captures the horrors of WWI perfectly. As we approach the hundredth anniversary we would do well to remember that soon all suffering will be gone and God will wipe the tears from all eyes.
Peter Corlett, 'Man in the mud' | World War I
World War I - no words :-( 100th Anniversary 06/07/2014
Digging trenches near Grodno, Belarus. From a World War I album. Life in the trenches during the First World War took many forms, and varied widely from sector to sector and from front to front. www.firstworldwar...
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Digging trenches near Grodno, Belarus. From a World War I album. Life in the trenches during the First World War took many forms, and varied widely from sector to sector and from front to front.
WWI German Trenches
Duitse soldaten graven loopgrachten in de buurt van Grodno, Wit-Rusland.
WWI Trenches by ookami_dou, via Flickr #WWI #photography #history
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German soldier, WWI A haunting photo
A classic photo of a teenage german stormtrooper, Late WWI
a young German soldier in the Battle of the Somme, 1916. (Bild 183-R05148, Aug 1916
German soldier (Sommekampfer), WWI
Quand au loin le canon tonne j'entends le glas qui sonne. - Carte postale 1ere guerre mondiale