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Houses on the Meuse in Verdun damaged by German artillery. Western Front. World War I. France 1916 Autochrome Lumicre Charles Adrien (1866-1930)
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Australians of the Imperial Camel Corps near Rafa during the war against the Ottoman Empire. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Egypt, 26 January 1918 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Four camel ambulances attached to the Imperial Camel Corps at Rafa, which was used as a base for the attack on Gaza, held by forces of the Ottoman Empire. The Red Cross banner is flying. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Egypt 1918 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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An Australian Light Horse Brigade Field Ambulance wagon during the war against the Ottoman Empire. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Palestine 1918 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Fighter planes, pilots and soldiers of the Australian Flying Corps outside a hangar during the war against the Ottoman Empire. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Palestine 1918 Colour Glass Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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The Australian Lieutenant General Harry Chauvel (1870 - 1951) ( second from left) and other officers inspect the No. 1 Squadron Australian Flying Corps. Behind the group are soldiers and fighter planes used in the war against the Ottoman Empire. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Palestine 1918 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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George "Pop" Redding , an Australian soldier from the 8th Light Horse Regiment is picking flowers during the war against the Ottoman Empire. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Palestine 1918 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Four soldiers of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment with machine gun in action near Khurbetha-Ibn during the war against the Ottoman Empire. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Palestine, December 31, 1917 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Soldiers of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment behind the front line barricades at Nalin during the war against the Ottoman Empire. The second man from the right hands a grenade to his comrade. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Palestine, January 17, 1918 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Gunner Harold Alexander Triggs is awaiting the order to fire a camouflaged eight inch gun from the 1st Australian Siege Battery at Birr Cross Roads two days before the main attack on Polygon Wood. Western Front, World War I. Ypres, Belgium, September 26, 1917 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Soldiers, mules and carts in the ruined village of Voormezeele South of Ypres on the Western Front, World War I. Belgium, August 1917 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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The remains of a British Mark I Male tank, C1 tank on the Pozicres battlefield previously used by a Canadian Division for their attack on German positions near Courcelette. Western Front, World War I. France, September 15, 1916. Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Stretcher bearers of the 13th Australian Field Ambulance resting at a dressing station on Westhoek Ridge in the Ypres sector of the Western Front. World War I. Belgium, October 1917 Colour Paget plate Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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French Premier Georges Benjamin Clemenceau (center with stick) during his only visit to the Australian front at the Somme. The officers are from the 4th Division command including Brigadier General Thomas Blamey (1884 - 1951), second from left. Western Front. World War I. France, July 7, 1918 Colour Paget plate Photo: Unknown
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A Bristol F.2B Fighter aircraft from the No. 1 Squadron of the Australian Flying Corps, at El Mejdel base. The pilot (left) is Captain Roth Smith. The No 1 Squadron served in the war against the Ottoman Empire. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Palestine, February 1918 Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Two Bristol F.2B Fighter aircraft from the No. 1 Squadron of the Australian Flying Corps, at El Mejdel base. The aircraft in the front is in half white colour scheme and the other in the back in standard scheme. The No 1 Squadron served in the war against the Ottoman Empire. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Palestine, February 1918 Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 - 1962) (Frank Hurley)
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Two French soldiers are talking in a town shelled by German artillery on the Western Front. World War I. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre
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The grave of an unknown French soldier with his gun next to a shell hole on the Western Front. World War I. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre
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An old woman with a cart on a muddy road in a French town during World War I. Next to her two girls and a boy. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre
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Seven Frech soldiers are talking in front of a building in a town on the Western Front. One carries his gun and equipment. World War I. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre
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A street in Verdun after 8 months of bombing. Battle of Verdun. Western Front. World War I. France, September 23, 1916 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Jules Gervais-Courtellemont (1863 - 1931)
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The Meuse and Verdun with severely damaged buildings along the river. Battle of Verdun. Western Front. World War I. France, September 1916 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Jules Gervais-Courtellemont (1863 - 1931)
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Anti-aircraft guns mounted on vehicles in action. Since 21 February 25 aircraft and a balloon dragon were shot down by the batteries. Battle of Verdun. Western Front. World War I. France, September 1916 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Jules Gervais-Courtellemont (1863 - 1931)
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Riflemen from Senegal during the Battle of the Marne east of Paris. Western Front, 1 World War I. France, September 1914 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Jules Gervais-Courtellemont (1863 - 1931)
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Parade of German soldiers with guns and horse drawn carriages at the beginning of the first World War Unter den Linden in Berlin. Germany, September 2, 1914 Colored stereo slide from the Kaiserpanorama
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Italian soldiers which have been killed in a trench on the Piave raided by Austrian troops (in the background) during the Second Battle of the Piave. First World War. Italy June 18, 1918 Colored Photo
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Austrian soldier in a trench on the eastern front, which has bee secured with fascines (rough bundle of brushwood). First World War. Russian Empire 1915 Colored Photo
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Italian prisoners of war near Flitsch after the Second Battle of the Isonzo (July 17-August 3, 1915). First World War. Slovenia, September 1915 Colored Photo
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A little girl is playing with her doll. Two guns and a knapsack are next to her on the ground. World War I, Western Front. Reims, Marne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Fernand Cuville (1887-1927) Autochrom
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German troops in the Champagne during the invasion of France. Hildenbrand stayed in this area until January 1916. Western Front. World War I. Summer 1915 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Hans Hildenbrand
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Store in Reims Two French soldiers and a boy in front of the liquor store Felix Potin at the market. World War I, Western Front. Reims, Marne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Fernand Cuville (1887-1927) 19170101
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Reims during the war Two senior citizens of Reims, an old woman and Mr. Reiser, are standing in front of a gate with many bullet holes. World War I, Western Front. Reims, Marne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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Colonial troops An Algerian guard on a bridge. World War I, Western Front. Pommiers, Aisne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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An undated picture acquired from the historical archives of Sarajevo on June 28, 2014 shows Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir of the Austro-Hugarian empire. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by 19-year-old Bosnian-Serb nationalist Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, 100 years ago this June 28, is widely considered to have sparked World War I. AFP PHOTO/HISTORICAL ARCHIVES OF SARAJEVO
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A picture acquired from the Historical Archives of Sarajevo on June 28, 2014 shows Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophia as they leave Sarajevo City Hall to get into their car, minutes before their assassination on June 28, 1914. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by 19-year-old Bosnian-Serb nationalist Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, 100 years ago this June 28, is widely considered to have sparked World War I. AFP PHOTO/HISTORICAL ARCHIVES OF SARAJEVO
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Weapons used by Bosnian Serb student Gavrilo Princip, who triggered World War I when he assassinated the heir to the Austrian-Hungarian throne Archduke Franz Ferdinand are displayed at a military history museum in Vienna, 28 June 2004, after they were given by a Jesuite order, which had kept the artefacts for at least nine decades. AFP PHOTO/ Dieter Nagl
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A photo taken 28 June 2004, 90 years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by Serb nationalist student Gavrilo Princip triggered Wold War I, a military history museum in Vienna displays the car in which the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was riding in Sarajevo when he was killed.
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Weapons used by Bosnian Serb student Gavrilo Princip, who triggered World War I when he assassinated the heir to the Austrian-Hungarian throne Archduke Franz Ferdinand are displayed at a military history museum in Vienna, 28 June 2004, after they were given by a Jesuite order, which had kept the artefacts for at least nine decades. AFP PHOTO/ Dieter Nagl
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This handout photo taken in 1919, shows some of the African American men of the 369th (15th NY) who won the Croix de Guerre for gallantry in action during World War I. Left to right. Front row: Pvt. Ed Williams, Herbert Taylor, Pvt. Leon Fraitor, Pvt. Ralph Hawkins. Back Row: Sgt. H. D. Prinas, Sgt. Dan Strorms, Pvt. Joe Williams, Pvt. Alfred Hanley, and Cpl. T. W. Taylor. AFP PHOTO/HO
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The new bridge in Pommiers across the Aisne. During World War I three battles took places along the river Aisne. The Second Battle of the Aisne (April-May 1917) between French and German troops ended in failure. The French commander of the attack, General Robert Nivelle (1856 - 1924), was relieved from his post as Commander-in-Chief on May 15, 1917. Pommiers, Aisne, France, 1917. Western Front. World War I. Color photo, Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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Wounded French soldiers from the battlefield near Laffaux at Saint-Paul Hospital during World War I. Western Front. Soissons, Aisne, France, 1917 Color photo, Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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People in front of a butcher shop in a town shelled and damaged by German artillery. Western Front. World War I. France 1916 Autochrome Lumicre Charles Adrien (1866-1930)
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The garrison Medenine, in southern Tunisia. Return of a French column of Zouaves (exclusively from Alsace and Lorraine) from the border with Tripolitaine. World War I, Northern Africa. Tunisia, March 20, 1916 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Albert Samama-Chikli (1872-1933)
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Tunisia - Tripolitaine. Soldiers and guns in an old Turkish fortress. World War I, Northern Africa. March 3, 1916 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Albert Samama-Chikli (1872-1933)
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Russian (?) and French soldiers in a trench during World War I on the Western Front. France 1916 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Albert Samama-Chikli (1872-1933)
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Negotioations about independence of the colonies. Two leaders of the Muslim delegation and Aristide Briand (1862 - 1932), President and Minister of Foreign Affairs are standing in front of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris. World War I. France, December 2, 1916 Autochrome Lumicre
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A French soldier with an acoustic listening device capable of tracking air planes in preparation of anti-aircraft guns on the Western Front. World War I. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre
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French soldiers on the market of Ratingen after the beginning of the occupation of the Demilitarized Zone in the Rhineland carried out by Belgian and French troops. The action was meant to force Germany to pay for damages according to the Treaty of Versailles. Germany 1921 Autochrome Lumicre
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Belgian soldiers are guarding a bridge after the beginning of the occupation of the Demilitarized Zone in the Rhineland carried out by Belgian and French troops. The action was meant to force Germany to pay for damages according to the Treaty of Versailles. Germany 1921 Autochrome Lumicre
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The corpse of a French soldier of the 99th infantry regiment, who was poisoned during a German gas attack on March 23, 1918 and died eight days later of pneumonia. Western Front. World War I. France, April 1, 1918 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Aubert
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French Artillery soldiers are shown at the entrance of their shelter on the Western Front. 1. World War I. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Stephane Passet (1875 - ?)
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The remains of a dead French soldier and his gun are lying under a tree on the Western front during World War I. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Stephane Passet (1875 - ?)
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The remains of a dead German soldiers are lying in an old shell hole on the Western front during World War I. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Stephane Passet (1875 - ?)
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Nine French soldiers are investigating a fatally injured horse on the Western front during World War I. France 1914 - 1918 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Stephane Passet (1875 - ?)
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A crater (diameter 116 m, depth 45 m) after the explosion of 19 mines placed underneath German positions near Messines in West Flanders by the British on June 7, 1917.A total of about 10,000 soldiers died, amongst them almost all of the 3rd Royal Bavarian Division. The mines consisted of 21 t of explosives (Ammonal). The blast was one of the biggest non-nuclear explosions of all times and was audible in Dublin and London. World War I, Western Front. Messines, Flanders, Belgium 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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Five French soldiers are clearing the rubble in the ruins of Reims, which was destroyed almost 60 per cent by German artillery and air raids during World War I. Western Front. 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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French officers of the 370th Infantry Regiment are posing in the ruins after the attack of German troops at the Chemin des Dames near Reims during World War I. They have a bicycle and the flag of the 370th Infantry Regiment. The region was one of the worst battle grounds on the Western Front during World War I. Departement Aisne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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French positions A French officer inspects the barbed wire around French positions. Soissons was taken over by German troops twice during World War I and was heavily damaged by artillery fire. Soissons, Aisne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Photo: Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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Battle of the Aisne French soldiers of the 370th Infantry Regiment are eating soup during the battle of the Aisne, Western Front, World War I. Aisne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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Battle of the Aisne A French section of machine gunners has taken position in the ruins during the battle of the Aisne, Western Front, World War I. Bucy-le-Long, Aisne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicre Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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War propaganda German army slogan on the wall of a damaged brick building: "May God punish England! 1914/15". World War I, Western Front. Bucy-le-Long, Aisne, France 1917 Autochrome Lumicr Fernand Cuville (1887-1927)
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE A military cemetary on a hillside in the town of Moosch in Alsace containing graves of the "Blue Devils" of the Chasseurs Alpins and some infanterists of the 152nd Infantry Regiment as well as some Chasseurs a Pied. 1917. A French flag has been set up. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France.? 19170101
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE A camp of workers from the British Chinese Labour Corps recruited to participate in the Middle East campaign, which began in 1916 with the defense of the Suez Canal and the allied reconquest of the Sinai peninsula. 1917. These workers carried out work to support the frontline troops, such as building dugouts and repairing roads during World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). Egypt.? 19170101
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FAISAL OF IRAQ Faisal bin Hussein bin Ali al-Hashemi (1885-1933) was a descendant of the prophet Muhammad. 1917. He sided with the British army and organized the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire after meeting with Captain T.E. Lawrence October 1916. After World War I he was for a short time king of the Arab Kingdom of Syria (1920) and King of the Kingdom of Iraq (1921- 1933). Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). Middle East. 19170101
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE French soldiers in front of the ?grocery store Felix Potin at the Place des Marches (Market Square) in Reims. 1917. Liquor and vine are also advertised in the shop windows. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170101
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE The border between Switzerland and France in the municipality Beurnevesin in the canton of Jura. 19th June 1917. On the left are three Swiss border guards facing a French guard on the right. Between them is a fence. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170619
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE Two French soldiers are taking care of their laundry using boards set up on the trough of a fountain near a farm house in the town of Gildwiller, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. 21st June 1917. ?Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170621
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE A French soldier in the Army lookout 26 is viewing the area in front of him through a protective metal shield. 26th June 1917. ?Eglingen, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170626
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE Two Senegalese soldiers serving in the French Army as infantrymen. 22nd June 1917. They are Bambara (Bamana or Banmana), a Mande people living in west Africa. Balschwiller, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170622
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE Doctors, nurses and medical personnel in front of field hospital 55 in Bourbourg, Department Nord, Region Nord-Pas-de-Calais. 1st September 1917. ?Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France.?? ?? 19170901
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE French soldiers are buying and reading newspapers at a kiosk in Rexpoede, Department Nord, Region Nord-Pas-de-Calais. 6th September 1917. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France.?? ?? 19170906
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE Two French soldiers assigned to a telephone station are washing their laundry in a trough of a fountain, while three others are watching. 18th June 1917. Village of Largitzen, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France.?? ?? 19170618
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE A group of Swiss border guards behind a fence between Switzerland and France, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. 19th June 1917. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170619
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE? The border between Switzerland and France in the municipality Pfetterhouse, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. 19th June 1917. ?In front are four French border guards, behind them a group of Swiss guards. Between them is a fence. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170619
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE A French observation post with three soldiers in a trench reinforced with wooden beams and sand bags close to the German lines. 16th June 1917. Hirtzbach, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170616
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE? A horse cart is loaded with furniture and personal belongings in front of a leather goods shop. 4th May 1917. People are getting ready to leave Reims during the Second Battle of the Aisne which ended in defeat for the French forces. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170504
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE Senegalese soldiers serving in the French Army as infantrymen are resting in a room with guns and equipment next to them. 16th June 1917. Saint-Ulrich, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France.? 19170616
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE A group of Senegalese soldiers serving in the French Army as infantrymen is having lunch in Saint-Ulrich, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. 16th June 1917. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170616
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WORLD WAR I IN FRANCE A group of French soldiers in a trench in the first line. 16th June 1917. One is probably from Senegal. Hirtzbach, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace. Western Front. World War I. Autochrome Lumiere. Photo: Paul Castelnau (1880-1944). France. 19170616
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A World War I trench and artillery piece remain in the dark interior of Belleau Wood in France, June 5, 1948. The Battle of Belleau Wood, between U.S. Marines and German troops, was fought here between June 1-26, 1918. (AP Photo)
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The Douaumont Ossuary, a memorial which contains the remains of both French and German soldiers killed in the Battle of Verdun during World War I, is shown on Sept. 9, 1944. (AP Photo/Ralph Morse)
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Rags, famous celebrity war dog of World War I, is shown with veterans of the First Divison at their13th annual reunion at Ft. Hamilton in Brooklyn, New York, Oct. 24, 1931. Rags was a unique mascot, living in the trenches with the soldiers and delivering written messages attached to his collar. The soldiers are, left to right: Sgt. George Krahnert; Pvt. Redmond Sanchez, holding Rags; and Andy Wolf. (AP Photo)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS KONFERENCJA POKOJOWA W 1919 ROKU. BRYTYJSKI PREMIER LLOYD GEORGE, WLOSKI PREZYDENT VITTORIO ORLANDO, FRANCUSKI PREZYDENT GEORGES CLEMENCEAU I PREZYDENT STANOW ZJEDNOCZONYCH WOODROW WILSON photo prise le 18 janvier 1919 ?. Paris lors de l'ouverture de la Conf??rence de la paix du "Conseil des Quatre", Lloyd George (G), Premier Ministre britannique, Vittorio Orlando (2A?me G), pr??sident du Conseil italien, Georges Cl??menceau (2A?me D), pr??sident du Conseil fran??ais, et Woodrow Wilson, Pr??sident des Etats-Unis. La conf??rence de la paix permit aux alli??s de mettre en place le Trit?? de Versailles sign?? en Juillet 1919 consacrant la fin de la premiA?re guerre mondiale. Picture shot on the oppening day of the Conference for Peace in January 1919 showing Lloyd George (L), Britain Prime Minister, Vittorio Orlando (2nd L), Italian Council President , Georges Cl??menceau (2nd R), French council President, and Woodrow Wilson, United States President.
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photo prise le 18 janvier 1919 ?. Paris lors de l'ouverture de la Conf??rence de la paix du "Conseil des Quatre", Lloyd George (G), Premier Ministre britannique, Vittorio Orlando (2A?me G), pr??sident du Conseil italien, Georges Cl??menceau (2A?me D), pr??sident du Conseil fran??ais, et Woodrow Wilson, Pr??sident des Etats-Unis. La conf??rence de la paix permit aux alli??s de mettre en place le Trait?? de Versailles sign?? en Juillet 1919 consacrant la fin de la premiA?re guerre mondiale.Picture shot on the oppening day of the Conference for Peace in January 1919 showing Lloyd George (L), Britain Prime Minister, Vittorio Orlando (2nd L), Italian Council President, Georges Cl??menceau (2nd R), French council President, and Woodrow Wilson, United States President.
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photo prise le 18 janvier 1919 ?. Paris lors de l'ouverture de la Conf??rence de la paix du "Conseil des Quatre", Lloyd George (G), Premier Ministre britannique, Vittorio Orlando (2A?me G), pr??sident du Conseil italien, Georges Cl??menceau (2A?me D), pr??sident du Conseil fran??ais, et Woodrow Wilson, Pr??sident des Etats-Unis. La conf??rence de la paix permit aux alli??s de mettre en place le Trait?? de Versailles sign?? en Juillet 1919 consacrant la fin de la premiA?re guerre mondiale.Picture shot on the oppening day of the Conference for Peace in January 1919 showing Lloyd George (L), Britain Prime Minister, Vittorio Orlando (2nd L), Italian Council President, Georges Cl??menceau (2nd R), French council President, and Woodrow Wilson, United States President.
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Fot. Krzysztof Chojncki/East News Pocztowka przedstawiajca podpisanie aktu kapitulacji w Compiegne miedzy Entanta a Cesarstwem Niemieckim konczacy I wojne swiatowa, 11.11.1918; reprodukcja. N/z: od prawej gen. Maxime Weygand, marszalek Ferdinand Foch, admiral floty brytyjskiej Rosslyn Wemyss, admiral George Hope, minister finansow Rzeszy Matthias Erzberger, kapitan John Marriott, gen. Detlof von Winterfeldt, dyplomata Alfred von Oberndorff i kapitan Ernst Vanselow.
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Family picture taken 11 November 1918 of signatories of the Armistice treaty between the Allies and Germany : German Matthias Erzberger, the Count Alfred von Oberndorff, British Captain Ernst Vanselow, First Sea Lord Admiral Rosslyn Wemyss, the British representative, French general Maxime Weygand, Foch's Chief of staff (first row, 2nd L) and Marshal Ferdinand Foch, the Allied supreme commander (first row, 2nd R). The armistice was signed in Ferdinand Foch's own railway carriage in CompiA?gne Forest on November 11, 1918, and marked the end of the First World War on the Western Front.
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photo du Mar??chal Ferdinand Foch (G), commandant les troupes alli??es, et du G??n??ral d'Arm??es am??ricain John J. Pershing, commandant les forces exp??ditionnaires am??ricaines, prise le 11 Novembre 1918 dans la cour du Chateau de Versailles quelques instants avant la signature de l'armistice mettant fin ?. la PremiA?re Guerre mondiale. Picture showing French Marshall Ferdinand Foch (L), supreme commander of the Allied Forces, and American General John J. Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionnary forces, in the courtyard of Versailles Palace shot shortly before the signing of the Armistice on 11 November 1919 .
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This file photo taken 11 November 1918 in Etraye,France, shows US soldiers with one of the guns of Battery D,105th Field Artillery. The American flag was hoisted after the last shot had been fired when the armistice took effect, ending World War I. AFP PHOTO/HO
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Nara Archives (2153488a) 'washington, Dc - Newspaper Headlines Of November 11, 1918, Were Displayed Like This By Washingtonians And Temporary Residents Of The Capital When The 'war To End All Wars' Came To A Close. This Photo Is Sent To You For Possible Use In The Event Of A Surprise Announcement Of The End Of The War In Europe.' March 27, 1945. Various
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Nara Archives (2152338a) 'emergency Hospital, Brookline, Mass., To Care For The Influenza Cases.' October 1918. No Photographer Various
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Photo prise en septembre 1918 durant la PremiA?re Guerre Mondiale d'artilleurs am??ricains pilonant les positions allemandes, prA?s des bois de Baleycourt, ?. Verdun. Picture taken in September 1918 during the first World War of American artillerymen pounding the german lines soldiers near Verdun
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This file photo taken in September 1918 during World War I, at Camp Hospital Number 43, shows Lieutenant John Applebee(R), an American Red Cross Home Service worker, as he gives comfort and reassurance to American soldiers. The soldiers were anxious about the welfare of their families at home in the US. AFP PHOTO/HO
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Nara Archives (2153553a) Beauval, France, July 19, 1918 - 'interior Of A Building Where Troops Of 305th M.p. Train. Co. A, Are Billeted.' Various
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Nara Archives (2153679a) 'training School, Wing Floats - Women Assembling Pontoons For Hydroplanes At The Curtiss AAnd Motor Corporation.' July 1, 1918. Various
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Vue de la cour, pendant la premiere guerre mondiale, de la Citadelle de Verdun. Au grand soulagement des Verdunois, la Citadelle de Verdun n'est plus ?. vendre: le ministA?re de la D??fense, propri??taire des lieux, a retir?? l'avis de vente du site, un symbole de la premiA?re guerre mondiale qui a plus de 1.000 ans d'histoire. (NB SEUL)
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Photo prise en 1918 d'un poilu du 19A?me Chasseur ?. pied dans la Somme pendant la guerre 1914-18. Picture taken 1918 of a French soldier in France during the first world war 1914-18.
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WW1: The Battle of The Somme. The railway station at Albert looked like this by 1918. Albert was the main base for British troops in the Somme battle. Mono Print !AUFNAHMEDATUM GESCHATZT! UnitedArchives0775261 WW1 The Battle of The Somme The Railway Station AT Albert looked Like This by 1918 Albert what The Main Base for British Troops in The Somme Battle Mono Print date estimated UnitedArchives0775261
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German trench converted into French trench after recapture of Fort Douaumont (Verdun) A trench, once German, now French !AUFNAHMEDATUM GESCHATZT! Mono Print UnitedArchives0656596 German Trench Converted into French Trench After Recapture of Progress Douaumont Verdun a Trench Once German Now French date estimated Mono Print UnitedArchives0656596
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First World War Field guns and barricades : October Revolution in Petrograd , Russia 25 October 1917 Mono Book Illustration !AUFNAHMEDATUM GESCHATZT! UnitedArchives1170275 First World was Field Guns and barricades October Revolution in Petrograd Russia 25 October 1917 Mono Book Illustration date estimated UnitedArchives1170275
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French soldiers before the offensive of October 23 in 1917, of the battle of Chemin des Dames, Aisne, France.
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First World War The masses take forcible charge of their own destiny : Machine guns in action against revolutionists in Petrograd 1917 Mono Book Illustration !AUFNAHMEDATUM GESCHATZT! UnitedArchives1170282 First World was The Masses Take forcible Charge of their Own Destiny Machine Guns in Action against revolutionists in Petrograd 1917 Mono Book Illustration date estimated UnitedArchives1170282
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PHOTO: ZBIORY D.B. LOMACZEWSKA / EAST NEWS Lotnicy angielscy w pogoni za lodzia podwodna. Pod skrzydlem samolotu ustawiony jest karabin maszynowy czekajacy na wynurzenie sie persykopu, 1917.
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Picture taken 28 July 1917 of French pilot-captain and World War I hero Georges Guynemer (R), discussing with Marechal Louis Franchet d'Esperrey (L). Georges Guynemer, who achieved 53 victories during the World War I, was the most famous fighter of the French N-3 fighter squadron "Les Cigognes". He was killed by the enemy in an air combat, 11 September 1917, at the age of 22.
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Picture taken in the 1910s of French pilot-captain Georges Guynemer checking his plane, before taking off to fight German ennemy planes. Georges Guynemer, who shot down 30 German ennemy planes during the World War 1, was the most famous fighter of the French N-3 fighter squadron "Les Cigognes," which shot down 83 German planes.
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Picture taken in the 1910s of French pilot-captain Georges Guynemer. Georges Guynemer, who shot down 30 German ennemy planes during the World War I, was the most famous fighter of the French N-3 fighter squadron "Les Cigognes," which shot down 83 German planes.
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Photo de Charles Kuentz datant de 1917 en uniforme allemand. Mobilis?? sous l'uniforme allemand en 1916, puis sous l'uniforme fran??ais en 1939, Charles Kuentz, un Alsacien de 107 ans est aujourd'hui l'un des tout derniers v??t??rans allemands de la Grande Guerre.
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Picture taken during World War I of French pilot-captain and World War I hero Georges Guynemer, posing in front of his crashed plane "Vieux Charles". Georges Guynemer, who achieved 53 victories during the World War I, was the most famous fighter of the French N-3 fighter squadron "Les Cigognes". He was killed by the enemy in an air combat, 11 September 1917, at the age of 22.
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Picture taken during World War I of French pilot-captain and World War I hero Georges Guynemer. Georges Guynemer, who achieved 53 victories during the World War I, was the most famous fighter of the French N-3 fighter squadron "Les Cigognes". He was killed by the enemy in an air combat, 11 September 1917, at the age of 22.
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Photo prise durant la PremiA?re Guerre Mondiale du chef du gouvernement nomm?? en novembre 1917, Georges Cl??menceau, surnomm?? "le Tigre", arpentant une tranch??e lors d'une visite sur le front. Picture taken during the first World War of head of French government Georges Clemenceau, nicknamed the "Tiger", visiting a trench on the front.
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Photo prise pendant la PremiA?re Guerre mondiale du chef du gouvernement Georges Cl??menceau (D) d??jeunant sur le front avec des soldats, dont son fils Michel Cl??menceau (2e D). Picture taken during WWI of the head of the French government Georges Cl??menceau (R), during lunch with soldiers on the front. Second (R) is his son general Michel Cl??menceau.
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Photo dat??e de 1917 de Roger Cahen qui 80 ans aprA?s l'armistice du 11 novembre 1918 fA?tera ses 102 ans le 02 d??cembre 1998. Roger Cahen n'a rien oublier de cette guerre et se dit "heureux d'y avoir particip??", car il aurait "ressenti comme une grande punition d'avoir ??t?? r??form??. "Mais, dit-il, je crois que c'??tait une guerre inutile". (N &B SEULEMENT)
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Photo prise durant la PremiA?re Guerre Mondiale du chef du gouvernement nomm?? en novembre 1917, Georges Cl??menceau, surnomm?? "le Tigre", arpentant une tranch??e lors d'une visite sur le front. Picture taken during the first World War of head of French government Georges Clemenceau, nicknamed the "Tiger", visiting a trench on the front.
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The combo of file pictures shows Charles Kuentz wearing a German uniform in 1917 (L) and posing 28 July 2004 at a WWI memorial in Colmar. As it was announced on 08 April 2005, WWI and WWII veteran Kuentz died at the age of 108 years on 06 April 2005. Kuentz fought on opposite sides in the two World Wars. He was born on 18 February 1897 in the village of Ranspach in Alsace, then part of the German empire under Kaiser Wilhelm II. AFP PHOTO FREDERICK FLORIN
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This undated file photo taken during World War I shows US Army General John Pershing(C) reviewing the 5th Infantry troops. AFP PHOTO/HO
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Picture taken during World War I of French pilot-captain and World War I hero Georges Guynemer's Spad II plane. Georges Guynemer, who achieved 53 victories during the World War I, was the most famous fighter of the French N-3 fighter squadron "Les Cigognes". He was killed by the enemy in an air combat, 11 September 1917, at the age of 22.
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Picture taken in the 1910s of French pilot-captain Georges Guynemer posing in front of his plane which, after having shot down his eleventh German ennemy plane, had to land with a broken helix. Georges Guynemer, who shot down 30 German ennemy planes during the World War 1, was the most famous fighter of the French N-3 fighter squadron "Les Cigognes," which shot down 83 German planes.
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Landkarten Verdun Meuse, Kampfgebiet, Maas, Mosel Maps Verdun Meuse War zone Maas Moselle
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Verdun Meuse, Stra?enbild der zerst?rten Stadt Verdun Meuse Roads the destroyed City
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Photo prise lors d'une relA?ve de troupes au Chemin des Dames. Il y a 80 ans, le printemps 1917 voyait l'??chec sanglant de l'offensive du g??n??ral Nivelle au Chemin des Dames, entre l'Aisne et l'Ailette, et le d??but des mutineries de dizaines de Poilus. Longtemps interdit en France, le film de Stanley Kubrick , "Les sentiers de la gloire" (1958) retrace un ??pisode de ces mutineries. (NB SEUL)
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French soldier in a trench in 1917.
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French soldier in a trench in 1917.
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Shot of a 400 mm heavy artillery piece by the French army in 1917.
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Shot of a 400 mm heavy artillery piece by the French army in 1917.
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