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[Trench Warfare] This picture was taken somewhere is Russia during WWI. Trench Warfare is defined as a type of combat in which opposing troops fight from trenches facing each other.

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Thank you kiss. Elvin Harley of Kalamazoo, Michigan, of the Armored Division, gets a kiss on the cheek from a little French girl while listening to the Armored Division Band near Aboncourt in northeastern France near the Belgium border on February

TIL After WW1 Japan took over Germany's Shandong holdings in China despite China having been promised them after supporting the allies with 100000 labourers at a time when Britain was so undermanned they felt they'd lose the war.

TIL After WW1 Japan took over Germany's Shandong holdings in China despite China having been promised them after supporting the allies with 100000 labourers at a time when Britain was so undermanned they felt they'd lose the war.

In Commemoration of Armistice Day Here are Some Colorized Images of WW1 – Brings Them Alive

In Commemoration of Armistice Day Here are Some Colorized Images of WW1 – Brings Them Alive

WW1 These images are some of the Gargoyles of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris with the images changed to those of various German identities associated with WW1. This is No 2. The publisher is Edition Lorraine. | eBay!

Ww1 anti german postcard les monstres des cathedrales franz-joseph l81

WW1 These images are some of the Gargoyles of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris with the images changed to those of various German identities associated with WW1. This is No 2. The publisher is Edition Lorraine. | eBay!

Turkey / Gallipoli Campaign: Allied troops in the trenches at Gallipoli, 1915 / 1916

Turkey / Gallipoli Campaign: Allied troops in the trenches at Gallipoli, 1915 / 1916

Private Alfred Jackson Coombs (front row, centre) served at Gallipoli in the Australian Heavy Battery.

18 Powerful Photos Of The Forgotten Indigenous Soldiers Of World War I

Private Alfred Jackson Coombs (front row, centre) served at Gallipoli in the Australian Heavy Battery.

German fallschirmjäger operate a mortar in Normandy. 1944.

German fallschirmjäger operate a mortar in Normandy. 1944.

greatwar-1914: “ Early Grenades, Jam Tin Bombs and Improvised Explosives Pictured - Jam or Bully Beef Tin bombs were one of many make-shift weapons improvised by Allied soldiers in 1915, before proper...

greatwar-1914: “ Early Grenades, Jam Tin Bombs and Improvised Explosives Pictured - Jam or Bully Beef Tin bombs were one of many make-shift weapons improvised by Allied soldiers in 1915, before proper...

November 1916  Battle of the Ancre:  British wounded and Royal Army Medical Corp staff at a Dressing Station in Aveluy Wood, north of Albert, Somme. 13 November 1916.   The last act of the Somme offensive took place in the Ancre sector from 13 to 19 November. The operation went ahead, despite repeated postponements, largely because it was hoped that a late British success might create a favourable impression at the inter-Allied conference at Chantilly on 15 November.

November 1916 Battle of the Ancre: British wounded and Royal Army Medical Corp staff at a Dressing Station in Aveluy Wood, north of Albert, Somme. 13 November 1916. The last act of the Somme offensive took place in the Ancre sector from 13 to 19 November. The operation went ahead, despite repeated postponements, largely because it was hoped that a late British success might create a favourable impression at the inter-Allied conference at Chantilly on 15 November.

The alliance system is the A in the MAIN causes of World War 1.It consisted of the Central powers and the Allied powers. It meant that if one alliance needed help they would come together to reach a goal. These are necessary because if one country needs help they have their alliances to help them, vice versa.

The alliance system is the A in the MAIN causes of World War 1.It consisted of the Central powers and the Allied powers. It meant that if one alliance needed help they would come together to reach a goal. These are necessary because if one country needs help they have their alliances to help them, vice versa.

The 92nd Tactical Fighter Squadron in WW2 flew missions across North Africa, protected Allied shipping in the Mediterranean then later operated in the CBI theater (China Burma India). Years later they operated alongside NATO and the RAF in the Cold War from a base at RAF Bentwaters, England.

The 92nd Tactical Fighter Squadron in WW2 flew missions across North Africa, protected Allied shipping in the Mediterranean then later operated in the CBI theater (China Burma India). Years later they operated alongside NATO and the RAF in the Cold War from a base at RAF Bentwaters, England.

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WWI. Ionian Sea. 16 November 1917. The torpedoed stern of the Italian transport ship Orione as seen from TBD HMAS Parramatta. Several Allied ships in the area assisted in rescuing troops from the Orione including those thrown into the sea. Donor Cpt A G Bond

WWI. Ionian Sea. 16 November 1917. The torpedoed stern of the Italian transport ship Orione as seen from TBD HMAS Parramatta. Several Allied ships in the area assisted in rescuing troops from the Orione including those thrown into the sea. Donor Cpt A G Bond

hospitals in WW1 she was told 'my good lady, go home and sit still'. Elsie, a pioneering Edinburgh doctor who had already become well-known as a champion of women's health, did the opposite. Instead, she formed the Scottish Women's Hospitals - all female units that provided support for Britain's allies, the French, the Belgians and especially the Serbs. Elsie was 50 when war broke out and...

hospitals in WW1 she was told 'my good lady, go home and sit still'. Elsie, a pioneering Edinburgh doctor who had already become well-known as a champion of women's health, did the opposite. Instead, she formed the Scottish Women's Hospitals - all female units that provided support for Britain's allies, the French, the Belgians and especially the Serbs. Elsie was 50 when war broke out and...