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THE GERMAN SPRING OFFENSIVE, MARCH-JULY 1918

Private of the Royal Irish Rifles, taken prisoner by the Germans, April The German Spring Offensive, March-July, WWI - (V)

1918 July - Oberville - Somme - dead German in a gas mask

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German prisoner captured near Otterloo" after a German counter-attack towards Otterloo, in an attempt to cut the Canadian Division spearhead. Otterloo, The Netherlands.

US troops search captured a German army soldier. He is shocked and aware his war is now over...

Untold Stories of World War II (National Geographic Documentary HD ) Showcases 3 major events during World War 2 involving both the Europeans & Pacific conf.

The thousand yard stare: Ukrainian soldier after 9 hour long firefight

A 1000 yard stare: Ukrainian soldier after 9-hour long fight

The thousand yard stare: Ukrainian soldier after 9 hour long firefight

A strongman in the French Army lifting a cannon overhead along with three of his comrades astride it, 1917. - Found via Buzzfeed

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I. A strongman in the French army lifting a cannon overhead along with three of his comrades astride it, 1917

[Mystère #175] Jean-Marie Caujolle, le premier invalide de la Grande Guerre

[Mystère #175] Jean-Marie Caujolle, le premier invalide de la Grande Guerre

Jean-Marie Caujolle, the first French disabled person of the First World War, with prosthetic legs

German soldiers, the First World War roasting rats

German soldiers displaying their killed rats. The arrival of trench warfare created ideal conditions for rats, and tens of millions are said to have plagued the Western Front.

Masses of British prisoners captured during the Spring Offensive, March-April 1918

Masses of British prisoners captured during the Spring Offensive, March-April 1918

British wounded prisoner being treated by German medical orderlies. He is a soldier of the Machine Gun Corps and the other British soldier is of the Hampshire Regiment. Photograph taken on the fist day of the Spring Offensive, 21 March 1918.

British wounded prisoner being treated by German medical orderlies. He is a soldier of the Machine Gun Corps and the other British soldier is of the Hampshire Regiment. Photograph taken on the fist day of the Spring Offensive, 21 March

THE GERMAN SPRING OFFENSIVE, MARCH-JULY 1918

Q Masses of British prisoners captured during the Spring Offensive March-April

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