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Trenches 1917 by Otto Dix http://weimarart.blogspot.com/2011/02/art-of-first-world-war.html

Trenches 1917 by Otto Dix http://weimarart.blogspot.com/2011/02/art-of-first-world-war.html

Armour that you are able to be well protected and able ot stay in a battle for a long time

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Wilhelm Alexandrovich Kotarbinsky. Seraphim. The painting of the small dome of the Vladimir Cathedral in Kiev

Wilhelm Alexandrovich Kotarbinsky. Seraphim. The painting of the small dome of the Vladimir Cathedral in Kiev

The Prussian "Black Hussars" wore a black uniform and a Death's-head instead of a cockade. The "Black Brunswickers," raised in 1809 by Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Brunswick-Oels (killed at Quatre-Bras, 1815), were likewise given a black uniform with a Death's-head as their badge, partly, it is said, as a token of mourning for the previous duke, who was mortally wounded at the battle of Auerstadt (October 14, 1806), in the war against Napoleon.

The Prussian "Black Hussars" wore a black uniform and a Death's-head instead of a cockade. The "Black Brunswickers," raised in 1809 by Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Brunswick-Oels (killed at Quatre-Bras, 1815), were likewise given a black uniform with a Death's-head as their badge, partly, it is said, as a token of mourning for the previous duke, who was mortally wounded at the battle of Auerstadt (October 14, 1806), in the war against Napoleon.

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