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    The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

    Amy Beechey. Mother of 5 sons lost to the Great War. What sorrow she must have had to endure.

    Leondard Beechey-5th of the brothers to die in battle.

    Charles Beechey-4th of the brothers to die in battle.

    Harold Beechey-3th of the brothers to die in battle. April 1918

    Frank Beechey 2nd of the brothers to die in battle. Nov 1916

    Barnard Beechey 1st of the brothers to die in battle. Sept 1915

    An aerial view of the WWI Loos-Hulluch trench system in France. British trenches are situated on the left of the photo, and German trenches on the right - in the middle of the two is no man’s land. July 22, 1917

    Unknown Solider of World War I being taken to Arlington National Cemetery, Nvember 11, 1921

    Soldiers leaving for France during World War I

    Officers' quarters in reserve line, France, during World War I | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    U.S. Marines in a trench, circa 1918

    Al Capone Draft registration card for WWI--source, U.S. National Archives

    Gershwin's registration card for the World War I Draft.

    Valentino Draft registration card (front)for WWI--source, U.S. National Archives

    World War I Draft Registration Card for John Ralph Austin, dated June 5, 1917.

    Treasure Chest Thursday: Jack Garber WWI Draft Registration Card #genealogy #familyhistory

    Military Monday: William Manson Evans World War I Draft Registration card #geneabloggers #genealogy

    World War I draft cards, from the National Archives--A great place to do ancestry research!

    Charles Oscar PORTER World War I Draft Registration Card

    Joseph William Hilz I draft card

    World War 1 draft card

    Genealogy Reference Pic - WWI Draft Card - Howard L. Jayne

    Military Monday–WW I Draft Card-Ervin Brock

    William Allison (my great granddaddy's WWI Draft Card