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Gasmasks for man and beasts, WWI - USA

1914 - WWI Gas Masks - Human and Horse. I heard that the WWI horse gas masks had these odd blinder-like goggles, but I’ve yet to see a picture of one.

German soldiers wearing gas masks and throwing hand grenades in 1914 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Behind Enemy Lines: Over 100 Photographs Of German Soldiers Fighting World War One - Flashbak

WW1 produced a staggering amount of morbid injuries that weren't treated properly. Returning soldiers and Marines were swept under the rug. Trench Warfare took an untold toll on the minds and bodies of our troops that, to this day, has never properly been recognized.

produced a staggering amount of morbid injuries that weren't treated properly. Returning soldiers and Marines were swept under the rug. Trench Warfare took an untold toll on the minds and bodies of our troops that, to this day, has never properly been

Digging trenches near Grodno, Belarus. From a World War I album. Life in the trenches during the First World War took many forms, and varied widely from sector to sector and from front to front. http://www.firstworldwar.com/features/trenchlife.htm

Digging trenches near Grodno, Belarus. From a World War I album. Life in the trenches during the First World War took many forms, and varied widely from sector to sector and from front to front.

The First World War: The French Tissot mask demonstrated by a French soldier. The Tissot mask was revolutionary in that it gave the wearer greater visibilty by allowing air to pass over the eye-pieces, Arras.

CHEMICAL WARFARE TWENTIETH CENTURY (Q The First World War: The French Tissot mask demonstrated by a French soldier. The Tissot mask was revolutionary in that it gave the wearer greater visibilty by allowing air to pass over the eye-pieces, Arras.

1914 and World War One: German troops advance cautiously through enemy territory. Note their spike helmets, identifying them as German, ca. 1914-15.

1914 and World War One: German troops advance cautiously through enemy territory. Note their spiked helmets, identifying them as early-war combatants, ca.

A Canadian Expeditionary Force soldier kisses his daughter goodbye before shipping off to WWI. Gaspé Harbour, Quebec, 1914.

A Canadian Expeditionary Force soldier kisses his daughter goodbye before shipping off to WWI - Gaspé Harbour, Quebec, 1914

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