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Бронетехника ВМВ . Альбом современных рисунков.: sassik

Бронетехника ВМВ . Альбом современных рисунков.: sassik

A large French digging machine building trenches on the western front during World War I.

A large French digging machine building trenches on the western front during World War I. History and WWI

lucky British soldier shows off his damaged helmet, 1918

Interesting photos taken throughout history

Hole in a helmet. “Saved by shrapnel helmet. This soldier, on the way to hospital after being bandaged at Field Dressing Station, shows the helmet which saved his life.” Right tool for the right job!

50 images of WWII uniforms!!!! - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/20-images-wwii-uniforms.html

You Think You Know Your Uniforms - Check to See if You Do! 50 Amazing Images of WWII Uniforms

, Airborne, Sicilly, 1943 01 - helmet with camouflage net 02 - jacket 03 - trousers 04 - wool shirt 05 - boots 06 - main belt with holster for the Colt pistol 07 - webbing 08 - carbine 09 -

Eduard Ritter von Schleich (August 9, 1888 – November 15, 1947), né Eduard-Maria Joseph Schleich was a high scoring Bavarian flying ace of World War I. He was credited with 35 aerial victories at the end of the war.  During World War II, he served in the Luftwaffe as a general.Born in Munich, Bavar...

Eduard Ritter von Schleich – was a high scoring Bavarian flying ace of He was credited with 35 aerial victories at the end of the war. 'The Black Knight' .

Ansichtskarte ca. 1934/35 Vorderseite und Ausschnitt der Rückseite.

Ansichtskarte ca. 1934/35 Vorderseite und Ausschnitt der Rückseite.

A7V - 1917, Germany 30 tons - 3,35 m tall, 7,35 m long. The German answer to the British and French tanks. Only twenty of these were built.

The Size of a Tank

One of only twenty ever made, a German Panzerkampfwagen heavy tank makes it way to battle, 1918

A devastated French trench. The consequences of industrial warfare: a well adjusted shelling meant the death of hundreds in no time.

A devastated French trench. The consequences of industrial warfare: a well adjusted shelling meant the death of hundreds in no time./ Lest we forget what happens during wartime.

A French soldier smokes a cigarette, standing near the bodies of several soldiers, apparently Germans, near Souain, France, ca. 1915. (Bibli...

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I

VERDUN French soldier smokes a cigarette, standing near the bodies of several soldiers, near Souain, France, ca.

Generalfeldmarschall August von Mackensen, officer in the German Army, wearing the Totenkopf which was part of German military gear since the 18th century.

Quite possibly the greatest hat worn during the Great War .Generalfeldmarschall August von Mackensen, officer in the German Army. Wearing the Totenkopf (skull and cross bones) which was part of German military gear since the century.

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