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HMS Renown, Serving out the Grog (1903)

HMS Renown, Serving out the Grog (1903)

Armies of WWI

I personally think that the Canadian, New Zealand and Australian armies deserve to be included here as well << I didn't even know America was involved in

Rapallo, Italy

Rapallo, Italy

Coffee and tea dyeing basics for your shabby vintage junk journals.

Coffee and tea dyeing basics for your shabby vintage junk journals.

Galata, İstanbul 1901

Yuksekkaldirim (trading area between Karakoey and Beyoglou)

Magyarság (Hungarians) was a German-funded newspaper of the Hungarian national socialists. It was edited by László Baky and had Ferenc Szálasi, leader of the Nyilaskeresztes Párt – Hungarista Mozgalom (Arrow Cross Party - Hungarist Movement), among its authors. The cover features a man in the Arrow Cross Party uniform and slogan “ Kitartás! Győzünk! (Persistance! Victory!)“.

surfingthekaliyuga: “Magyarság (Hungarians) was a German-funded newspaper of the Hungarian national socialists. It was edited by László Baky and had Ferenc Szálasi, leader of the Nyilaskeresztes Párt.

World War One Christmas Truce Frohe Weihnachten und glückliches Neujahr (Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in German). From a festive World War One card. #WWI #Christmas

World War One Christmas Truce Frohe Weihnachten und glückliches Neujahr (Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in German). From a festive World War One card.

YOUNG WOMAN WITH SPINNING WHEEL & WWI GERMANY FIELDPOST 1917 REAL PHOTO POSTCARD

Young woman with spinning wheel & wwi germany fieldpost 1917 real photo postcard

Young Woman with Spinning Wheel WWI Germany Fieldpost 1917 Real Photo Postcard. Look at that distaff!

comic postcard from 1906: “If London were Venice – Trafalgar Square”. Image property of Westminster City Archives.

comic postcard from 1906: “If London were Venice – Trafalgar Square”. Image property of Westminster City Archives.

"I think I have seen one of the most extraordinary sights that anyone has ever seen..." The Christmas Truce of 1914. Alfred Dougan Chater's letter home.

"I think I have seen one of the most extraordinary sights that anyone has ever seen." The Christmas Truce of Alfred Dougan Chater's letter home.

History of embroidered silk postcard: Greetings sent home from the First World War battlefields.

Silk embroidered postcard Forget me not From George to Emily xxxx Location: Archives and Heritage Ephemera Collection.

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