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Pioupious français faisant leurs achats [à des marchandes ambulantes] : [photographie de presse] / [Agence Rol] - 1

Pioupious français faisant leurs achats [à des marchandes ambulantes] : [photographie de presse] / [Agence Rol]

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The Battle of Marne (September 1914) initiated trench warfare/ The Battle of Marne brought an end to the first mobile phase of the war. After a communication breakdown, Helmuth von Moltke the Younger’s army dug in at the River Aisne.

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French soldiers carrying a wounded soldier through the mud of the trenches.

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Heroes of the Marne, 1915

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A French soldier fires over the body of a dead comrade, August 1914. via reddit

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Poisoned: The damage was done by the millions shells filled with arsenic fired during the Battle of Verdun during the First World War

The dark secrets of the French forest blocked off 100 years after WW1

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French soldiers attack a German trench. By Antonio Mayorales

Pinturas, láminas e imágenes de la Gran Guerra

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The body of a British soldier by the roadside awaiting burial. The wooden cross is already prepared. Near Domart, France - 3rd April 1918. via reddit

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1916 - Aisne - Grenade launcher,

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Dossier complet sur la 1ère guerre mondiale avec diaporama, chronologie, bibliographie, liens...

La guerre de 1914-1918 (Première Guerre mondiale)

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French machine gun. Probably a S.Etienne.WW1

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Colonne de soldats français

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Le front et les premières lignes près du saillant de Saint-Mihiel, début mars 1916. – ECPAD

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Le front et les premières lignes près du saillant de Saint-Mihiel, début mars 1916. – ECPAD

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French soldiers retrieving bodies of their comrades fallen at Les Eparges, 1915. The offensive started in mid February and soldiers didnt have proper winter clothing. Most of soldiers had to rely on their family to receive gloves, scarves and socks. The army only distributed sheep skins making soldiers look like cavemen as you can see here.

French soldiers retrieving bodies of their... - Tales of War

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THE GERMAN SPRING OFFENSIVE, MARCH-JULY 1918

THE GERMAN SPRING OFFENSIVE, MARCH-JULY 1918

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THE GERMAN SPRING OFFENSIVE, MARCH-JULY 1918

THE GERMAN SPRING OFFENSIVE, MARCH-JULY 1918

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Avril 1918: la seconde offensive Ludendorff. – ECPAD

Avril 1918: la seconde offensive Ludendorff. – ECPAD

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Avril 1918: la seconde offensive Ludendorff. – ECPAD

Avril 1918: la seconde offensive Ludendorff. – ECPAD

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Juin 1918 : La relance des offensives allemandes. – ECPAD

Juin 1918 : La relance des offensives allemandes. – ECPAD

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Photos inédites de la Grande guerre - Dernières infos - Photos - La Voix de la Russie

Photos inédites de la Grande guerre

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Photos inédites de la Grande guerre - Dernières infos - Photos - La Voix de la Russie

Photos inédites de la Grande guerre

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transport d'un canon en haut d'une colline.. A partir de 1915, les trains à voie étroite de 0,60m ont circulé aux abords des fronts pour acheminer les différents matériels pendant la guerre de 1914-1918.

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1914 Les nouveaux conscrits arrivent à la caserne de leur affection

Les frères Séeberger, photographes de la vie militaire - ECPAD

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On the 25th of April 1915 one of the most gallant actions in the history of the British Army took place at ‘W’ Beach at Helles at Gallipoli. The1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers stormed the beach under withering fire During the course of this action 6 VCs were won by the Regiment who took the beach but at horrendous cost. Of the first 200 men who landed only 21 were left. The beach was later re-named 'Lancashire Landing' & this action was later referred to as “6 VC’s before breakfast.

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