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Brussells studio photo of a pair of veteran Landsturmm??nner from the 34th Infanterie Brigade. Landsturm Infanterie Ersatz Bataillon 'Leipzig'. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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Late 1916. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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An Offizierstellvertreter and two Lieutnants wearing the most rudimentary forms of gas protection. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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A French Nieuport 17 fighter adorned with the silhouette of a 75-mm cannon, lies ignominiously on it's back in a French field sometime after March 1917. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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On guard in Russia 1915. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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D.H.4 A2170 "L" of No. 25 Squadron RFC. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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German field Latrines. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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Landsturm Infanterie Bataillon 'Straubing', pose for a memento photo in Brussels, sometime around September 1915. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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The crew of an 7.1 cm K-Flak. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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Cold, fatigued and in some cases frostbitten, a squad of Landwehrm??nner from an unidentified formation somewhere on the Eastern Front circa Winter 1916. STUNNING restored black and white images reveal the quirky side to German life in the trenches of WW1. The eye-opening series of images show the bare bottoms of a group of men using an outdoor communal toilet, men standing around an overturned crashed plane and men standing poised to repel an air attack with weapons. Other photographs show German soldiers in white coats to camouflage into their snowy surroundings. The spectacular photos from the European battlefields of the Great War have been restored by police officer, Brett Butterworth (48) from Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Brett Butterworth / mediadrumworld.com
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British soldiers taken during the March Offensive, 1918. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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Parchim Camp unveiled a memorial stone. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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A propaganda coup ??" vast numbers of prisoners being marched through Lille on their way to the station. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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From right to left: E. Monkman, 2/5th London; Dr David Goldenberg (Russian Colonel); Self (unknown RFC pilot); Dr I. Rubetski (Russian Captain) and I.P. Ivens, 14th Warwicks from Small Heath. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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British captives in Wervik. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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British prisoners and one armed guard in France. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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British prisoners at Doberitz. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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Men arriving home in December 1918. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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Two young Russian prisioners. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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A funeral for a British PoW. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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Scottish prisoners at Doberitz, 1914. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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Seaman Wheel who survived the Battle of Jutland. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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British Flyer being aided by two German soldiers. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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Graveside ceremony for British officer attended by a German band. RARE GERMAN propaganda images showing Allied WW1 prisoners being treated well in prison camps have been unveiled in a new book. One seemingly heart-warming and previously unpublished photograph shows a wounded British flyer being helped off the field by two German men, whilst another shows British prisoners locked behind tall metal gates somewhere in France. Other images, which the Germans hoped would encourage Allied soldiers to surrender and therefore help them win the Great War of 1914, show men at the Parchim Camp unveiling a memorial to those who wouldn???t be returning home and one picture even shows young Russian child soldiers posing for the camera with hands placed proudly on their chests. While much has been written about WW2 POWs, little attention has gone to POWs of WW1. The collection of images documenting the capture, travel to the camps and life and death in the camps have been revealed in the book, Images of War: Allied POWs in German Hands 1914-1918, Rare Photographs From Wartime Archives by David Bilton and is published by Pen & Sword. David Bilton / mediadrumworld.com
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His1501701 - Arrivee du cortege place de l Hotel de ville de Paris lors des obseques du General Gallieni en 1916 - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501702 - Le General Joffre interroge un officier sur l etat de sante des troupes en route pour le front - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501703 - Le General Joffre et le General Curieres de Castelnau sur le front - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501705 - Le General Gourand ( 1867 - 1946 ) passe en revue ses troupes durant la premiere guerre - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501706 - Entree des troupes Francaise dans Colmar en 1918 - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501707 - Groupe d Alsacienne le 14 juillet 1919 place Kleber a Strasbourg - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501708 - Hommage aux victimes de la premiere guerre mondiale par les troupes Francaise et les representants civils en Alsace en 1919 - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501709 - Remise de decoration - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501710 - Remise de decoration - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501712 - Inspection des abris de bombardement lors de la premiere guerre mondiale - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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His1501713 - Portrait du General Joffre , du General De Castelnau - Photographie Anonyme - Coll. Historymages
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WORLD WAR I IN BELGIUM Ambulance cars for the transport of injured soldiers at the front near Boesinghe. Western Front. September 1917. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). Belgium. 19170901
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE A woman with a cart filled with milk cans in Rue de Vesle and a man with another cart in Rue de Talleyrand behind her. 3rd March 1917. There is still snow. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. Reims, France. 19170303
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE Lunch of a French soldier in front of a damaged library. 1st April 1917. He is sitting at a lamp post in a square in Reims with his bicycle next to him. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. ? 19170401
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE The towers of the Cathedral Notre-Dame de Reims (Our Lady of Reims) can be seen through the damaged windows of a downtown building. 3rd April 1917. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France.? 19170403
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE French fire fighters, military and civilians are trying to prevent fires from spreading after the bombings of September 2 and 3, which affected several buildings in Dunkirk including the warehouse Bains shown in the photo. 3rd September 1917. Region Nord-Pas-de-Calais. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170903
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE Eight French soldiers are camouflaging a 370 mm railway gun with the inscription "Keity". 5th September 1917. Noyon, Oise region. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170905
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WORLD WAR I IN BELGIUM Two French soldiers are standing at a narrow gauge railroad track near the French line at Het Sas in an area that has been devastated by artillery fire. 10th September 1917. The battle ground is near the village of Boezinge, north of the city of Ypres in West Flanders. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). Belgium.? 19170910
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WORLD WAR I IN BELGIUM The French line at Het Sas in an area that has been devastated by artillery fire. 10th September 1917. ?The battle ground is near the village of Boezinge, north of the city of Ypres in West Flanders. Groups of soldiers are standing in front of their shelters which are protected with sand bags. Western Front. World War I. Belgium. 19170910
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE Damaged buildings after the bombings of September 10 and 11 in the town of Rosenda?l near Dunkirk, Region Nord-Pas-de-Calais. 11th September 1917. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170911
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE French soldiers are camouflaging a 370 mm railway gun with the inscription "Keity". 5th September 1917. Noyon, Region Oise. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170905
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WORLD WAR I IN BELGIUM Two ambulance vehicles in front of a building that has been devastated by artillery fire. 17th September 1917. The battle ground is near the village of Boezinge, north of the city of Ypres in West Flanders. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). Belgium.? 19170917
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The German Naval Corps, or German Imperial Navy, begins its four year occupation of the Flanders coast during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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The Russian Cavalry is shown near the Galician frontier in central Europe during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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French soldiers are shown bound for the front line trenches in Flanders, during World War I. (AP Photo)
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Dutch soldiers inspect a sea mine found of the coast of Holland during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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U.S. soldiers march in a homecoming parade at the end of World War I in New York, after returning from France. Date is unknown. (AP Photo)
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Smoke and debris dominate the countryside on the Russian war front in 1917, during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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Photo shows the ruined interior of the cathedral in Albert, France, during World War I.
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An Austrian battalion, captured by Serbian forces, are marched into the interior of Serbia during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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German pioneers repair a bridge on the Warta River in Poland, during World War I. The bridge was destroyed by retreating Russian forces. Date and exact location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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Scottish soldiers return from the front, playing the bagpipes during World War I. The Highlanders, who love to charge the enemy to the skirl of their national pipes, are fond of them at all times. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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King Peter's Serbian troops move over the snow, on the attack, at the Battle of the Ridges during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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Serbian soldiers gather around a campfire in Serbia, during World War I. The Serbian nation mustered its entire strength to combat the Austrian invaders. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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50,000 Italian prisoners of war are shown interned at the camp at Cividale, in northern Italy, during World War I. (AP Photo)
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Inhabitants take refuge in a church after their town was taken by the Germans during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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American prisoners of war are shown in a barracks during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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Russian reinforcements march through the snowy streets of a town in Poland, as the Germans forced their way ahead during World War I. (AP Photo)
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Captured Serbian soldiers are marched through the city of Belgrade during World War I. Date is unknown. (AP Photo)
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American prisoners of war are put on display by their captors at the western front during World War I. date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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Russian prisoners are held captive by the Germans at Korschen, on the East Prussian frontier during World War I. (AP Photo)
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Two British soldiers climb out of a shell hole, just behind the British lines in France, during World War I. The hole, covered with ice, had just been struck with another shell. Exact date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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Photo shows a typical no man's land in the province of Flanders in France, during World War I. Exact date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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British infantrymen partake in attack exercises, jumping over trenches in France during World War I. Exact date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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A machine gun is shown near a trench somewhere in France during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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A view of Fricourt, in northern France is shown during the British advance in the west during World War I. Date is unknown. (AP Photo)
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Soldiers stand atop the once beautifully wooded mountain of Hartmannswillerkopf, in the Alsace region of France during World War I. This peak was taken and retaken several times by French and German troops. Exact date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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Inhabitants take refuge in a church after their town was taken by the Germans during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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Photo shows the flagging of the church of St. Remi in France during World War I. Date is unknown. (AP Photo)
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A trench on Thiaumont, near Verdun, France is shown in a quiet period during World War I. (AP Photo)
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File photo dated 1916 of Prince Albert sharing a carriage with Alexander, Crown Prince of Serbia as they travel through London.
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File photo dated 1915 of Australian Light Horse troops are bid farewell as they pass through Hyde Park in Sydney, Australia.
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File photo dated circa 1916 of women road cleaners being employed at Chester as during the First World War the nation's young men went off to fight, Britain had to turn to women to fill their jobs.
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File photo dated 1917 of a post woman at work in North London during the First World War.
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File photo dated circa 1917 of women butchers in Chelmsford during World War One as the nation's young men went off to fight, Britain had to turn to women to fill their jobs.
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File photo dated 1917 of a woman commissionaire at Selfridges during World War One.
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File photo dated 01/09/1916 of Mrs Spurin, an all-round worker, with calves on the estate of Mr George Brendon at Bude in Cornwall, as during the First World War the nation's young men went off to fight, Britain had to turn to women to fill their jobs.
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File photo dated 1916 of Queen Mary inspecting the roll of honour at Palace Road in Hackney. One hundred and eleven men from the street's 70 houses fought in the war.
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File photo dated 1916 of Kaiser Wilhelm II distributing Iron Crosses on the Western Front.
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File photo dated 1914 of Kaiser Wilhelm II (right) and high-ranking German Army officers observe German Army maneuvers from beside a windmill before the outbreak of the First World War.
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File photo dated 09/11/1920 of The Unknown Warrior's coffin resting in Westminster Abbey, in London. It is not known where this British soldier died, nor when, and in that way he symbolises all the unknown dead of World War One, no matter where they have fallen.
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File photo dated 1915 of a ruined village street in Soisy le Bois, following the Battle of the Marne.
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File photo dated 01/04/1916 of the Gloucestershire Regiment marching through Piave on the way to the front at Asiago.
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File photo dated 05/02/1918 of Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, with his Lancer escort, stopping to congratulate Canadians from the 85th Nova Scotian battalion after a successful action on the Western Front.
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File photo dated 1915 of the pulpit and surrounding ruins of the Church of Carency.
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File photo dated 1915 of Italian infantry marching through the desert near Tripoli, Libya, during the First World War.
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File photo dated 1914 of French troops leaving Furnes in Belgium.
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File photo dated 1916 of Queen Mary during a visit to a convalescent camp in Eastbourne.
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File photo dated 20/08/1914 of the scene outside the Enlisting Office in Thogmorton Street, London, at the beginning of the First World War.
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File photo dated 1916 of King George V and Queen Mary arrive at Westminster Abbey for an Anzac Day ceremony.
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File photo dated 28/06/1914 of The Archduke Franz Ferdinand and The Duchess of Hohenburgh (both obscured) leaving the Town Hall of Sarajevo two minutes before they were assassinated, an act which led directly to the outbreak of the First World War.
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File photo dated 11/11/1918 of royalty, servicemen and civilians celebrating together outside Buckingham Palace after the announcement of the Armistice which heralded the end of the First World War.
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File photo dated circa 1916 of British troops arriving aboard a troopship at the French port of St. Nazaire during the First World War.
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File photo dated 01/06/1918 of King George V and Queen Mary chatting to a patient during a visit to a Canadian military hospital in 1918 as the First World War was a defining period for the Royal Family, one in which Britain's monarchy was transformed into a modern institution that has endured and prospered.
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File photo dated circa 1918 of women learning to drive Walthamstow Council trams in London during the First World War as the nation's young men went off to fight, Britain had to turn to women to fill their jobs.
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U.S. infantry advance through a crest during World War I. Date and location are unknown. (AP Photo)
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This is the cover of "Crimes of Germany," a collection of atrocity stories dealing with Belgian civilians during World War I. It was originally a supplement to "The Field" of London and later was printed for circulation at a shilling a copy. Date is unknown. (AP Photo)
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File photo dated 11/11/1918 of royalty, servicemen and civilians celebrating together outside Buckingham Palace after the announcement of the Armistice which heralded the end of the First World War, the Royal Family can be seen on the balcony of the palace.
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Wounded soldiers are given front line aid with the smoke of battle in the background along the British front during the Great War, date unknown. The war brought a reluctant America onto the scene as a major world power for the first time, a role the country has been unable to shed since. (AP Photo)
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French soldier posing during the First World War.
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French soldier posing in a trench in 1915 during the First World War.
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Convoy of French soldiers of the 220th Infantry Regiment leaving for the Meuse in 1915 during the First World War.
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Old french postcard representing a patriotic french soldier during the first World War.
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French soldiers firing a machine gun during the First World War.
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Old French postcard representing a french soldier eating white bread and a german soldier eating rationing bread (Kleie und Kartoffeln K. K. ).
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Military male nurses and stretcher-bearers of the 225th Infantry Regiment during the First World War.
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Nurse and convalescent French soldiers in 1915 during the First World War.
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Old french postcard representing French troops during the First World War.
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French soldiers during the First World War.
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French soldiers during the First World War.
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French soldiers during the First World War.
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French soldiers during the First World War.
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French soldiers on horseback during the First World War.
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French soldiers during the First World War.
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French troops during the First World War.
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French troops in Brunoy during the First World War.
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French soldiers during the First World War.
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French soldier of the 1st NBC Dragoons Regiment posing in 1915 during the First World War.
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French troops in 1916 during the First World War.
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TOPSHOTS TO GO WITH SKorea-military-border-shooting-service,FOCUS by Giles Hewitt A South Korean soldier patrols along a barbed wire fince near the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating North and South Korea, in Imjingak early on January 1, 2014. A deadly shooting spree by a South Korean military serviceman has once again raised questions over the wisdom of deploying young, inexperienced and often unprepared conscripts along the world's last Cold War frontier. It is still unclear what caused the 22-year-old sergeant, identified only by his family name Lim, to suddenly turn his gun on members of his own unit near the border with North Korea, killing five and wounding seven. AFP PHOTO / Ed Jones
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