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A young Winston Churchill.
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Sikh Soldiers in World War I, Title: East and West Meet in Mortal Combat, Indian Troops Carrying a German Position Artist: Ernest Prater c.1914, The Graphic, Dec. 12, 1914 issue.
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India WW1 "Sikh Soldiers"
Sikh Soldiers in World War I, Title: East and West Meet in Mortal Combat, Indian Troops Carrying a German Position Artist: Ernest Prater c.1914, The Graphic, Dec. 12, 1914 issue. To see more artwork like this visit the SikhMuseum.com Exhibit - The Art of War | Sikhpoint.com #sikhpoint
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The History Place - World War I Timeline - 1918 - Germans in Motion
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Listening post, Advanced French line.
French soldiers in a forward observation post keep a close watch for any German activity.
1er août 1914 - Début de la Grande Guerre
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⌛️1er août 1914 - Début de la Grande Guerre
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Royal Highlanders resting at the foot of a wall. Arras, 14 June 1918. One of the lesser known problems of wearing a kilt in battle came with the introduction of mustard gas as a weapon. The gas was absorbed through the skin and produced large, painful blisters, especially on areas of soft or tender skin. Highlanders in kilts were extremely susceptible to the gas for obvious reasons.