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old-faces: “ World war one trench (called Petrograd) at Kaaskerke, Belgium, 1917 ”

old-faces: World war one trench (called Petrograd) at Kaaskerke, Belgium, 1917

The 10 Biggest Misconceptions About the First World War

The 10 Biggest Misconceptions About the First World War

The History Place - World War I Timeline - 1916 - British Artillery Attack

Trench

Instruction diagram for constructing a reveted fire-trench with bays and traverses. From Field Entrenchments: Spadework for Riflemen, E.

Deutsch MG34 Geschützmannschaft im Einsatz an der Ostfront.

German gun crew in action on the Eastern Front. Credit to Mike Gepp for the colorization of this World War II photograph.

Two French soldiers work at a smith’s hearth in a forge destroyed by grenades, 1917.

Surreal Photos That Capture What World War I Looked Like in Color

World War I in Color: Two French soldiers work at a smith’s hearth in a forge destroyed by grenades,

Old snaps you have to see. Part 6 - 9GAG

Old snaps you have to see. Part 6

British troops advance in the Battle of the Somme, 1916.

World War II: Axis Invasions and the Fall of France

9 Members of the Black Watch, one of the famed Scottish regiments, undergo rough training in South Coast sector of England, in The men were training to be combat parachutists.

After the Battle - Death at Herenthage Park, 23rd of August 1917

A knocked out British tank with dead German soldiers next to it in Herenthage Park after the Battle of Langemarck, [[MORE]] chubachus: “ English Tank, destroyed on the of August 1917 by the.

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