RMG5M0E5–World War One - Army troops. Army troops during World War One (1914-1918).
RMG6CG7D–1910s 1918 WORLD WAR I ANONYMOUS SILHOUETTED AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE SOLDIERS WITH FIXED BAYONETS CHARGING IN NIGHT BATTLE
RMGE8C70–Hembrugstraat 95 en lager, Eigen Haard 1918
RMTATF9C–Battle of Vittorio Veneto, 1918
RM2CC67A4–Emergency influenza hospital at Camp Funston, Kansas during the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918.
RMFGJJ88–Siberian Intervention 1918-1922. Western powers and Japan enter Vladivostok.
RMJFM4F7–2nd Lt. A.S. Murray, Liaison officer with the Mobile Hdqrs, 39th Regt Inf. receiving orders. Near Nantillois, Delt, Meuse, France, 9/28, 1918
RMHM5TRJ–AMERICAN LIBERTY BONDS POSTER 1918 designed by Joseph Pennell
RMBWN8WR–1918 Bolschewism brings war unemployment monster bomb starvation Germany Europe Berlin history historical h
RMC07CJ7–JOB (Jacques Onfroy de Breville) - French illustrator (1858 - 1931) First World War - 1914-1918: The Treaty of Frankfurt
RMGG2FTC–German Revolution. Spartacists Group in 1918.
RF2DCCXGE–Vroom, Vroom, 1918
RMKJNGBH–1900's Vintage WW1 USA propaganda poster Books Wanted for our Men in Camp and “Over There”, poster by Charles Buckles Falls, 1918. Take your gifts to the public library
RMB5MRHX–9 1918 11 10 A1 German fleet Wilhelmshaven Nov 1918 November Revolution 1918 Wilhelmshaven after the mutiny by sailors of the Ge
RFRC6785–Winston Churchill watching march past of British Troops, Eddie Marsh behind Churchill in bowler hat. Lille, 29th October 1918
RME6MKAY–Crédit Commercial de France - 1918 Poster for War Loan
RM2JMJ29A–Nurse assists patient during 1918 pandemic at Walter Reed hospital
RMG57TBJ–1918: A soldier of the American Expeditionary Force inspects a solidly constructed trench abandoned by the German Army on the Western Front, probably in the Argonne region of France. Picture part of PA First World War collection.
RMG6CG7K–1910s JUNE 1 1918 AMERICAN GUNNERS COMPANY A 7TH MACHINE GUN BATTALION IN THE THICK OF BATTLE IN CITY OF CHATEAU THIERRY FRANCE
RMC45K92–Kiev (Ukraine) 1918
RMD98YE5–Abdul Hamid II (1842-1918)
RMTATF9A–Battle of Vittorio Veneto, 1918
RM2CC6782–Influenza ward at the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC during the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918. Photograph by Harris and Ewing, November 1918.
RMCE9HK7–A British woman voting for the first time in the General Election of 1918.
RMET0B3J–General Ludendorff (right) architect of the 1918 German Kaiserschlact Offensive, with senior German Officers. Circa April 1918
RME8H5DT–WINSTON CHURCHILL (1874-1965) as Secretary of State for War in 1918
RMBWN8WK–1918 Poster soldier carrying shovel pickax rifle Berlin history historical historic propaganda German Empi
RMC07JP6–JOB (Jacques Onfroy de Breville) - French illustrator (1858 - 1931) First World War - 1914-1918 : Gas attack
RMGG2FT8–German Revolution. Spartacists Uprising in 1918.
RF2DCD09G–Crown Prince Hirohito, 1918
RMHHJJ9G–MEN WANTED FOR THE ARMY, 1918. Original US WW1 Poster. Chromolithograph WW1 army recruitment poster by Michael P. Whelan c.1910.
RMB5M879–2 G55 B1 1918 3 Aerial Warfare Zeebrugge History World War One Aerial warfare The Church at Lisseweghe Zeebrugge which was bombe
RMF4PM4E–Pola Negri / Carmen / 1918 directed by Ernst Lubitsch [Associated-First National Pictur]
RMWD2G4E–A fire in 1918 at the Happy valley race course Hong Kong. February 1918
RF2GKETW9–Antilles Anguilla St Martin Bartholomew Islands ADMIRALTY chart 1850 (1918) map
RMG4NPKB–ST. QUENTIN CANAL1st October 1918 : Brigadier- General J.V. Campbell (on bridge) congratulates soldiers of the 46th (North Midland) Division at Riqueval after their successful crossing of the St. Quentin Canal. Some men still wear their lifejackets and carry German helmets as souvenirs.
RM2C0XJGF–Singer John Barnes Wells with Milk Can and Sign promoting Committee for Free Milk for France which raised money to send powdered milk to France during World War I, Bain News Service, 1918
RMCPJ2M7–Karl Helfferich, 1918
RMD98YE6–Abdul Hamid II (1842-1918)
RMTATF8G–Battle of Vittorio Veneto, 1918
RM2CC679W–Spanish Flu 1918. American servicemen in an influenza ward at the Fourth Scottish General Hospital in Glasgow during the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918. Photograph taken in November 1918
RMC58NP3–Silver Wedding portrait of King George V and Queen Mary in 1918.
RME5N1NJ–HEROES ALL, 1918.
RMKJTK63–US PRESIDENT WILSON reads the terms of the Armistice to Congress on 1 January 1918
RMBWN8KJ–Great Battle in France 1918 Poster movie film advertising German soldiers cannon General Paul von Hindenburg
RMC07JGC–JOB (Jacques Onfroy de Breville) - French illustrator (1858 - 1931) First World War - 1914-1918 : Battle in Belgium
RMGG2E89–Propaganda poster: 'The Marseillaise' 1918 France, World War I
RM2F61ATG–Crown Prince Hirohito, 1918
RMHHJJ97–1918 Original USA WW1 propaganda poster designed by Harry S. Bressler, for the Third Liberty Bond Campaign issued Spring 1918. Poster shows mighty boot of Uncle Sam somewhat comically stamping out the King of Prussia Kaiser Wilhelm.
RMB5MB5H–2 T26 F1 1918 Students Trained as Radio Operators 1918 Technology Radio Communication USA students are trained as radio operator
RMF4PM5K–Charles Chaplin / Shoulder Arms / 1918 directed by Charles Chaplin [A First National]
RM2DA9E0Y–Brigadier General MacArthur holding a riding crop at a French château, September 1918
RMG4MXT9–The military funeral of Baron Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen,the 'Red Baron', shot down on the 21st of April, 1918. At his burial at the village of Bertangles, near Amiens, riflemen from No.3 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps fired three volleys over the grave in tribute to the airman who had chalked up 80 kills.
RMBKP645–HEARTS OF THE WORLD -1918
RM2K03AGF–Parade on Red Square. Moscow 1918.
RMTATF9H–Battle of Vittorio Veneto, 1918
RM2H2E188–Sow the Seeds of Victory poster by James Montgomery Flagg, 1918
RM2A12P6R–The railway carriage in which the Armistice to end World War One was signed, November 11, 1918. From The Pageant of the Century, published 1934.
RME5NAGG–EYE FOR EYE, 1918
RMBY7CF5–BRITISH EMPIRE UNION poster from 1918 promoting anti-German feeling
RM2BW2EX6–Royal visit to Bedford. 27 June 1918.
RMDEYAAD–Amedeo Modigliani - Sitting Girl - 1918 - National Gallery of Art - Washington
RMGG2FRP–First World War. German Revolution. The Spartacists, November 1918.
RF2DCD6P8–The Suffragist, 1918
RMCN0E3N–The battleship Vindictive returns to Dover after the raid on Zeebrugge in 1918 during World War One.
RMB5MRHT–9 1918 11 10 A1 B German Fleet Wilhelmshaven Nov 1918 November Revolution 1918 Wilhelmshaven after the mutiny by sailors of the
RMF4PMNA–Theda Bara / Salome / 1918 directed by J. Gordon Edwards [Fox Film Corporation]
RM2BYYFAW–Malbone Street wreck car Nov. 1 1918 in Flatbush Brooklyn - November 1918
RME0XYXX–Feb. 02, 1968 - On February 6 1918 the Royal Assent was given to the Representation of the people Act, extending the vote to women at the age of 30. This year on the 50th anniversary of that great step forward in women's rights the celebration organized by the National Labor Women's Advisory Committee and the National Joint Committee of working women's organizations provide an opportunity to pay tribute to the work of the early pioneers and assess progress made since then towards full equality
RM2H7DXFY–The Glade of the Armistice where the Armistice of 11 November 1918 that ended the First World War was signed in the Forest of Compiègne (Forêt de Compiègne) near Compiègne in France. The stone plaque marks the site the French railway carriage of Marshal Ferdinand Foch where the Armistice was signed on 11 November 1918 at 5:15 a.m. The Armistice of 22 June 1940 after Germany won the Battle of France was also signed at the same place in the same railway carriage.
RMBKJXJ0–SHOULDER ARMS (1918) CHARLIE CHAPLIN SAMS 001P
RM2K03AGA–Parade on Red Square. Moscow 1918.
RMHP9DKY–Adolph Treidler,For Every Fighter a Woman Worker. Care For Her Through the YWCA,c. 1918
RM2H2E18D–“Boys and Girls, You Can Help Your Uncle Sam Win the War” poster by James Montgomery Flagg, 1918
RM2BDRNET–1918-1919. An epidemic of 'Spanish Flu' spread around the world
RME5NCXX–HOW COULD YOU, CAROLINE?, Bessie Love, 1918
RMB6DP6H–FIRST WORLD WAR American army crew with their 14inch railway wagon mounted gun in the Argonne France in October 1918
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