Leo Lark

Leo Lark

Minsk, Belarus / I like history, journey and just beautiful art.
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The unveiling of Germany’s newest bomber, June 28, 1917. The Zeppelin-Staaken R.VI’s wingspan was 138 ft., rivaling the Boeing Superfortress of World War II. One of the first airplanes to have an enclosed cockpit, the R.VI was designed to bomb cities...

German “Zeppelin-Staaken R.VI”, biplane quadrimotor bomber, This giant airplane could drop about 2 tons of explosives in a single flight, and had a range of about Only 18 of them were produced between 1917 and

WWI, 27 August 1917; A patrol of the 19th Battalion, London Regiment in the ruins of a village on the 47th Division front before Ypres. © IWM (Q 5929)

WWI, 27 August A patrol of the Battalion, London Regiment in the ruins of a village on the Division front before Ypres. © IWM (Q

French and British soldier in front of the High Altar of the Amiens Cathedral, showing one of the piles of sandbags by which the carvings were protected, 4 May 1918

historicaltimes: “ French and British soldier in front of the High Altar of the Amiens Cathedral, showing one of the piles of sandbags by which the carvings were protected, May Keep reading ”

A French St Chamond tank at Passchendaele, August 1917

A French St Chamond tank at Passchendaele, August 1917

Knights fighting

Knights fighting

Breath-taking Colourised Photos For The Anniversary Of Armistice Day – By Ben Wheeler and Michael Carroll

Breath-taking Colourised Photos For The Anniversary Of Armistice Day – By Ben Wheeler and Michael Carroll

WW1: The Third Battle of Ypres – The Leading British Offensive Of 1917

WW1: The Third Battle of Ypres – The Leading British Offensive Of 1917