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Little girl with doll, France, 1914

German officer outside his digs in a well established trench system. Some were so well built that they had electric and water pipes. Rumours even indicate officers having captured pianos in their dug-outs.

Stockholm streets on 3 September 1967, the day when Sweden switched from driving on the left to the right.

In 1967 Sweden changed to road traffic policy. They switch the side of the road from left to right. This photo captures the first day after the change.

WW1 soldiers in trenches. http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/16094/1/christopher-raeburn-on-camouflage

Christopher Raeburn on camouflage

US Third Army entering Metz, France, 18 November 1944. (US Army Center of Military History)

US Third Army entering Metz, France, 18 November (US Army Center of Military History)

Autochrome stereo slide shows two French soldiers sitting on a bench in front of a large building. It is dated December 1915.

Two French Soldiers, December 1915 (Half of a Stereo Autochrome Slide)

Mosul, Iraq, may 1927.

Iraq: Two young women, noted by Frédéric Gadmer as “Christians,” pose on a Mosul street in Autochrome photography from Archives of the Planet; a project conceived and financed by French banker Albert Kahn in

Bike ambulance

Weird Facts This is the world’s first ambulance. Did you ever wonder how the world’s first ambulance used to look like?

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