Dismembered Soldiers WWI | Facial Injuries
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Dismembered Soldiers WWI - Facial Injuries
WWI British Officer Tunic/kit
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World War I British officer's tunic and Sam Browne belt with attachments, known humorously as "the Christmas tree."
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WWI British Officer kit
UK WWI visors
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Various American and British helmets.
Rare WW1 british armored helmets
British WW1 Trench Mask. No lo hubiera imaginado!
Modified Brodies for 'medieval' trench fighting
Battle of the Lys. Wounded men of the 51st Division marching back from the trenches; Bethune. April 7-28, 1918.
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Recruitment and enlistment in Britain, 1914-1918.
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WW1 Recruitment photos collection - - - One step down the recruitment chain would be to get the men the correct uniform, turn up for medicals and getting the rest of their kit. Two of the new recruits must be still in the teens, I am guessing they had no idea what hell would await them in the battlefields...
A munitions worker filling a shell at the National Filling Factory at Banbury, England
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More than 1,500 people in Banbury worked in National Shell Filling Factory Number Nine on the outskirts of Banbury during the Great War. As many of them were women, they became known as the 'Canary Girls' when their skin became tainted by touching chemicals in the TNT powder they poured into bombs. Traditional gunpowder had been replaced by materials such as cordite and sulphur which were mixed by hand despite being dangerous to human health.
A munitions worker filling a shell at the National Filling Factory at Banbury
"They make desolation and call it peace," Tacitus. The dead in the trenches during the Battle of Somme
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"They make desolation and call it peace," Tacitus. The dead in the trenches during the Battle of Somme
James Dawson a regular soldier who enlisted into The Black Watch before the outbreak of the First World War. He held the appointment of “Piper.” He earned his entitlement to the clasp for 1914 Star. On 11 December 1918, he was awarded the Military Medal “for Bravery in the Field.”
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Piper E. J. Dawson. 7th Black Watch. WW2
Seaforth Highlanders, First World War
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World War l ~ three Seaforth Highlanders, Bedford, England 1915. Photograph hand colored by Chris Foster.
World War l ~ three Seaforth Highlanders, 1915. Photograph hand coloured by Chris Foster.
WW1 Seaforth Highlanders, Bedford, England 1915. (Hand coloured )
+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ World War l ~ three Seaforth Highlanders, Bedford, England 1915. Photograph hand coloured by Chris Foster.
Australian troops moving up the line near to Hooge by the Menin Road near Ypres, 5th October 1917.
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haunting WWI photo.
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Haunting photo of the reality of World War One. I would like to say these are Canadian soldiers but I can't tell. Still, it shows the horror of war. Lest we forget
Another haunting WWII photo.
Silhouettes of Australian soldiers at the Third Battle of Ypres. Belgium, 1917.
Australian troops moving up the line near to Hooge by the Menin Road near Ypres, 5th October 1917. Classic photo from Frank Hurley.
Two Highlanders at the entrance to their shelter during a rest period. They are wearing their winter leather jackets. North of Mametz Wood, October 1916.
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meninroad: “ © IWM (Q 4445) Two Highlanders at the entrance to their shelter during a rest period. They are wearing their winter leather jackets. North of Mametz Wood, October 1916. The Tommy on the...
Men of the 14th (County of London) Battalion, London Regiment (London Scottish) at bayonet drill on 10 November 1914.
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Benefit to Aid War Horses
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Benefit to Aid War Horses announcement.
Grand carnival in aid of sick and wounded horses (Imperial War Museum)
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WWI Trench layout
Trench diagram-Trenches were never built in straight lines but instead in a zigzag pattern. This method was used so that if the enemy invaded a trench, they would be prevented from firing down its entire length, as well as providing some buffer in the event a shell were to explode.
Trench warfare - This is a form of land warfare using occupied fighting lines consisting largely of trenches, in which troops are significantly protected from the enemy's small arms fire and are substantially sheltered from artillery. It has become a byword for stalemate, attrition and futility in conflict. Trench warfare occurred when a revolution in firepower was not matched by similar advances in mobility, resulting in a grueling form of warfare in which the defender held the advantage.
The Long, Long Trail The British Army in the Great War WWI Battle of the Somme Trench layout- i think this is a great overlook of the trenches and makes it easy to understand
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World War I Albatross going down. Most pilots did not wear parachutes and chose to plunge to their deaths rather than burn in their planes.
Wesley David Archer—Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Just as he left the burning plane, from the publication Death in the Air: The War Diary and Photographs of a Flying Corps Pilot c. 1933 Wesley David Archer, American, 1892–1955
British troops in a cloud of gas. WW1
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Spring Valley As Dumpster For Chemical Weapon Agents During WWI
British troops in a cloud of gas WW1. The sulfur mustards, commonly known as mustard gas, are a class of related chemical warfare agents with the ability to form large blisters on the exposed skin and in the lungs. Pure sulfur mustards are colorless, viscous liquids at room temperature. When used in impure form, such as warfare agents, they are usually yellow-brown in color and have an odor resembling mustard plants, garlic or horseradish, hence the name.
British troops in a cloud of gas. all i see is a gas mask and expect them to say are you my mummy
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Poison gas was a major advance in martial technology during World War I. And once you've got poison gas, you need to also invent the gas mask, of course. Oh, us crafty (and deadly) humans!
Sugar rations, WWI - America
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Your sugar ration is 2 lbs. per month. -- WWI propaganda poster (USA), 1917.
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Rationing posters were put up to tell the people at home to not eat as much and not waste food so their troops and allies can have enough food as well.
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Sugar rationing advert. US advert with information on sugar rationing during World War I. The sacks compare the compulsory monthly sugar ration in England (left), France (centre), and Italy (right). The voluntary ration suggested in the USA is 2lbs (just under a kilogram), the same as the compulsory UK ration. One of the key battles fought in this war was to ensure adequate supplies of food to the combatant nations. These sugar regulations were issues by the US Food Administration. This lithogra
Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | American WW1 Propaganda Posters
The Gallipoli Withdrawal, 1916 (This may be the coolest map I've seen all year)
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The Gallipoli Withdrawal, 1916. Beautiful realistic perspective.
Gallipoli, Turkey (1916)
Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for “Winnie the Pooh”, is seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourn when she was the unofficial mascot of a Canadian cavalry regiment in 1914.
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Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for “Winnie the Pooh”, is seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourn when she was the unofficial mascot of a Canadian cavalry regiment in 1914 - [[MORE]]namraka:Winnipeg, or Winnie, (24 August 1914 – 12 May 1934) was the name given to a female black bear that lived at London Zoo from 1915 until her death in 1934. She was bought as a small cub for $20 (probably from the hunter who had shot her mother) at a stop in White River, Ontario, by Lt. Harry ...
Remembering The Real Winnie (the Pooh) exhibition opens in Toronto. Toronto exhibition tells the real story of Lt. Harry Colebourn & his orphaned bear cub. Picture: Harry Colebourn feeding Winnie
Weird History Pics @WeirdHistoryPix · Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for "Winnie the Pooh", is seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourn, 1914
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London, 1916 wonder working women
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World War I gave women a rare chance to show their equal worth in highly responsible jobs such as the female guard seen here. As soon as the war finished these jobs became for "men only" once more. Photograph taken in London, ca. 1916.
English soldier watches the no man’s land. Somme 1916.
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Worcester regiment on the Western Front 1916, wearing the 1908 Pattern Webbing Equipment, Brodie helmet and puttees
English soldier watches no man’s land. Somme 1916.
British soldier of the Worcestershire Regiment standing sentry duty in a trench at Ovillers-la-Boiselle, Somme, France, August 1916
an injured WWI Soldier receiving first aid in the trenches.
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20 Photo Galleries Chronicling World War I: Injured
A waterlogged trench on the Western front, a common sight. WW1
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A waterlogged trench on the Western front. WW1
World War I waterlogged trench on the Western front, a common sight.
Reflections on the water's surface in a flooded WW1 trench - such a striking image.
How to build trenches under fire (CNP) WW1
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How to build trenches under fire (CNP). Pinned as WW1, but I've a feeling it might be Spanish Civil War.
T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia"), British liaison with Arab tribes during World War I.