RMDCYNKJ–1914-1919 Great War Memorial and cross, Lacock Abbey,Lacock,Wiltshire, England, SN15
RM2M3T2MG–Revellers in pierrot costumes at the Chelsea Arts Club Dazzle Ball held at the Albert Hall in March 1919. The theme was inspired by the technique of 'dazzle' painting, used to camouflage ships during the First World War.
RMF7NJAC–Der grosse Krieg, [von] Hanns von Zobeltitz, mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und Karten ... / Ludwig Hohlwein, München. by Ludwig Hohlwein, 1874-1949: Poster shows a view of Earth with flames in the Eastern hemisphere. Poster is an advertisement for The Great War by Hanns von Zobeltitz, a book with maps and pictures. 1919
RMJY8E95–Strike breaking by aeroplane, the great railway strike of 1919
RM2A2WF6Y–Transparency - 'Distinguishing Badges of the Australian Imperial Force, World War I, Great War', 1914-1919, Alternative Name(s): Unit Colours, Colour Patches Transparency of colour poster depicting the badges or colours of units of the Australian Imperial Force, World War I, 1914-1918. The poster was issued by the Herald and Weekly Times Ltd, during or after World War I. On Thursday 24 April 1919 the Gippsland Times advertised this poster or a similar one for sale for two shillings from a newsagency
RMH9KWK7–1919 The Great War front page Battle of Jutland
RME814XB–A British submarine, during World War One, showing the wireless apparatus. From The History of the Great War, published c. 1919
RMP67WRH–Queen Alexandra of Great Britain visits wounded ex-servicemen from world war one in 1919
RMG5G10R–World War One - British rigid airship - R29. The R29 Airship in flight in 1919.
RMKWCWEA–World War 1: Battle of Verdun. French poster shows soldiers marching beside a river and over a bridge into a ruined Verdun. 1919. (BSLOC 2013 1 97)
RMM21WEG–First World War (1914-1918) aka The Great War or World War One - Trench Warfare - 1919 WWI Belgian Staff Victory parade in London
RME7N2BB–John W Davis - USA Ambassador to Great Britain, 1919
RMDNWEXG–The Great War for Civilisation 1914-1919 wording on Allied Victory Medal from First World War.
RM2BWFHE4–The Great Victory March . Some of the spectators . 19 July 1919
RM2FTJ5GB–World War One, WWI, Western Front - Arthur Balfour, Foreign Secretary 1916-1919 at a howitzer during hs visit in Autumn 1916, France
RM2H2TY44–Original early 1900's postcard of 1st Freshfield Bishop’s Court Scout Troop band (founded in 1915), with Union Jack flag with Freshfield, Bishop Court and the Scout motif embroidered on it. The boys at the front are holding their drums, wearing hats and some are holding flags. Bishop's Court School, Freshfield, Formby, Liverpool, Lancashire, U.K. circa 1918, 1919 or early 1920's
RF2MB5KT1–New map of Europe after June 28, 1919 from the book The story of the great war; the complete historical records of events to date DIPLOMATIC AND STATE PAPERS by Reynolds, Francis Joseph, 1867-1937; Churchill, Allen Leon; Miller, Francis Trevelyan, 1877-1959; Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927; Knight, Austin Melvin, 1854-1927; Palmer, Frederick, 1873-1958; Simonds, Frank Herbert, 1878-; Ruhl, Arthur Brown, 1876- Volume VII Published 1920
RM2GED0J8–VERSAILLES, FRANCE - 1919 - Various diplomats and military officers who were members of a committee of the allied nations reading documents related to
RM2F61J11–Using Prosthetic Arm for Welding, 1919
RMDCYKKE–1914-1919 Great War Memorial and cross, Lacock Abbey,Lacock,Wiltshire, England, SN15
RM2M3PAB2–Advertisement for the Decca gramophone, showing a jolly party with some men in khaki uniform and some in evening dress dancing with girls. Throughout the war, Decca gramophone adverts depicted life in the trenches (and the joy brought there by their music). In this post-war advert, published in February 1919, the mood is joyful and optimistic.
RM2K02E87–Armoured tractors sent by Great Britain to the White Russian forces of General Denikin during the Russian Civil War 1919.
RMJY8E8W–Going to work during the great railway strike of 1919
RMW58PFY–The naval war of 1812; or, The history of the United States navy during the last war with Great Britain, to which is appended an account of the battle of New Orleans : Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
RMH9KWMD–1919 The Great War front page Armenian soldier
RME814WT–The Reichstag building, Berlin, Germany prior to the great war. From The History of the Great War, published c. 1919
RMR2270P–Der grosse Krieg, [von] Hanns von Zobeltitz, mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und Karten ... / Ludwig Hohlwein, Munchen. by Ludwig Hohlwein, 1874-1949: Poster shows a view of Earth with flames in the eastern hemisphere. Poster is an advertisement for The Great War by Hanns von Zobeltitz, a book with maps and pictures. 1919
RMG5EG0K–World War One - British Royal Navy - HMS Albion. HMS Albion in 1919.
RMKWD9YY–World War 1: Battle of Verdun. Human bones were the ghastly mementos of battle at Verdun. After the war, the Douaumont Ossuary was built to memorialize and contain the bones of 130,000 French and German unknown dead from the Verdun battlefield. Ca. 1919. (BSLOC 2013 1 108)
RM2FWRDKP–A ‘Welcome Home’ parade in New York City. American soldiers passing in review in front of the New York Public Library, 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue, following the end of the Great War.
RMM21WED–First World War (1914-1918) aka The Great War or World War One - Trench Warfare - Surviving British soldiers from WWI form a sports team a few months after the Battle of Saint-Mihiel (Miel)
RM2GCMM1D–Signing of the Treaty of Versailles by John Christen Johansen, oil on canvas, 1919
RM2BWFHP3–The Great Victory March . American flags in the Victory March . 19 July 1919
RM2K5MB0K–Bell onboard HMS Caroline, a World War 1 frigate and last remaining ship from the Battle of Jutland.
RM2J2FN5C–Temporary wooden houses / huts / emergency dwellings for First World War One Flemish civilian victims in 1919 at Ypres / Ieper, West Flanders, Belgium
RF2MB5KTD–New map of Europe after June 28, 1919 from the book The story of the great war; the complete historical records of events to date DIPLOMATIC AND STATE PAPERS by Reynolds, Francis Joseph, 1867-1937; Churchill, Allen Leon; Miller, Francis Trevelyan, 1877-1959; Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927; Knight, Austin Melvin, 1854-1927; Palmer, Frederick, 1873-1958; Simonds, Frank Herbert, 1878-; Ruhl, Arthur Brown, 1876- Volume VII Published 1920
RM2B1JR7Y–The modified First World War Vickers Vimy bomber flown by British aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown when they made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919. After they flew from St. John's, Newfoundland, to Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland, the Secretary of State for Air, Winston Churchill, presented them with the Daily Mail prize for the first crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by aeroplane in 'less than 72 consecutive hours.' A small amount of mail was carried on the flight, making it the first transatlantic airmail flight.
RM2F61H5Y–WWI Sioux Indian Veteran Painting in Hospital, 1919
RMDCYGYP–1914-1919 Great War Memorial and cross, Lacock Abbey,Lacock,Wiltshire, England, SN15
RM2M3T43G–Advertisement for Glaxo formula baby milk, published in The Illustrated London News in January 1919.
RMEC7RAT–Queen Alexandra of Great Britain visits wounded ex-servicemen from world war one in 1919
RMJJE219–Gathering of French leaders during the war, Paris July 1919
RMW58PG3–The naval war of 1812; or, The history of the United States navy during the last war with Great Britain, to which is appended an account of the battle of New Orleans : Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
RMH9KWJH–1919 The Great War front page General Graziani
RM2J030WN–Signing the Versailles Peace Treaty, 28 June 1919, Palace of Versailles, Paris, France. This treaty between Germany and the Allied Forces terminated World War I. From The Wonderland of Knowledge, published c.1930
RMGG2FMH–World War One. The 'Great Leaders' before the peace conference (1919). From left to right : Vittorio Orlando (for the Italians), Lloyd George (for the English), Georges Clémenceau (for the French), Woodrow Wilson (for the Americans).
RMG5G0YF–World War One - British Royal Navy - HMS Thunderer - Southend. HMS Thunderer sails off Southend in 1919.
RFJ58HWT–Commemorative plaque in memory of employees of The Highland Railway Company who died in the Great war 1914-1919, Inverness railway station, Inverness
RF2MB5X3R–Signing the Peace Treaty in the Hall of Mirrors June 28, 1919 from the book The story of the great war; the complete historical records of events to date DIPLOMATIC AND STATE PAPERS by Reynolds, Francis Joseph, 1867-1937; Churchill, Allen Leon; Miller, Francis Trevelyan, 1877-1959; Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927; Knight, Austin Melvin, 1854-1927; Palmer, Frederick, 1873-1958; Simonds, Frank Herbert, 1878-; Ruhl, Arthur Brown, 1876- Volume VII Published 1920
RMDYG3J1–1914-1919 Memorial for the Men of Cheltenham who died in The Great War. The Great War was renamed WW1/First World War after WW2.
RM2E4K2MD–Original WW1 era newspaper publication entitled Cookery Without Eggs, published by The Star, (owned by The Daily News Ltd), published during a time of rising food prices and scarcity of foodstuffs, circa 1918, U.K.
RM2BWFHN3–The Great Victory March . Heavy artillery in the march past . 19 July 1919
RM2A1BB6J–The scuttling of the German fleet at Scapa Flow, the sinking of the SMS Derfflinger, 1919. From The Pageant of the Century, published 1934.
RM2HH5C36–Rodbro' [ Rodborough ] Peace Day, 1919: large crowd, including some men in soldiers' and sailors' uniforms, mark the official end of the First World War in 1919. Photographer: E.O. Reynolds
RMR19RED–Torness, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, 10th November 2018. A plaque commemorates those based at Skateraw Airfield between 1917 to 1919 during the First World War. An old limekiln in the background
RM2CDPRD2–The Vickers Vimy, a British heavy bomber aircraft developed and manufactured during the latter stages of the First World War to equip the RAF. Only a handful of aircraft entered service by the Armistice, so it never saw active service. During the interwar period, the Vimy became the core of the RAF's heavy bomber force throughout the 1920s. It also set several records for long-distance flights, the most celebrated being the first non-stop crossing of the Atlantic by Alcock and Brown in June 1919. This Vimy made a record-breaking flight from the United Kingdom to Australia.
RF2DCD87F–WWI Sioux Indian Veteran Painting in Hospital, 1919
RMPF9WXT–World War I suffrage poster, advertising a 'Women's Great Patriotic Procession, ' and deputation to Mr Lloyd George, to demand the right to aid the war effort, published for the British market, circa 1914-1918, 1916. ()
RM2M3T3C1–A legless ex-soldier using diamond-cutter machine. A pilot scheme was started in spring 1917 by Mr. Bernard Oppenheimer, a diamond merchant. The factory provided training for thousands of wounded ex-soldiers and sailors during and after World War One.
RM2CW18KA–Paul Nash, British war artist. Painting entitled Battle of the Menin Road Ridge by Paul Nash (1889-1946), oil on canvas, 1919
RMJY8E86–Strike breaking by aeroplane, the great railway strike of 1919
RMTA330A–Mustafa Kemal Atatuerk on the president's place in the parliament of Ankara before the great counterattack against the Greeks.
RMH9KWMP–1919 The Great War front page Demobalisation of armed forces
RM2DKWC46–The signing of the Treaty of Versailles (28 June 1919 – Versailles, France)
RM2K2JW60–Louis Botha (1862-1919) South African soldier and statesman. Commander-in-chief of Boer forces from 1900 during 2nd Boer War (1899-1902).
RFHM6AGX–Americans All! Victory Loan. Ca. 1919. Color poster by Howard Chandler Christy. (Bureau of Public Debt) Exact Date Shot Unknown NARA FILE #: 053-WP-4C WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 526
RFWA5TJT–This illustration dates to 1919. Its caption reads: Our Famous “Lost Battalion” in Argonne Forest. Seven hundred of our boys were surrounded by thousands of Huns. For thirty-six hours they had had no food. Death seemed inevitable. In answer to the enemy’s message with an offer to spare them if they would surrender, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Whittlesey roared his historic famous “Go to hell!” — which was at once “refusal, malediction and prophecy.”
RMG4FJ71–A modern Challenger 2 tank rolls past its First World War predecessor, a 1918 vintage Mark V, as the Royal Tank Regiment hold their annual remembrance service at the Cenotaph, in London today (Sunday). The ceremony, marking the 80th anniversary of the end of the Great War, is the first time British Army tanks have been seen in Whitehall since the Victory Parade of 1919. Photo by Tony Harris/PA
RM2C0XJF3–'Rally Round the Flag. Every Fit Man Wanted', British War Poster, Published by Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, Lithograph by H.T. & Co., 1914
RM2E4NCJC–WW1 era British Commercial Gas Association ad for gas cooking -published by The Star, The Daily News Ltd. circa 1918
RM2BWB81B–The great victory march in London . Royal Marines in the victory march . 19 July 1919
RF2BAEE1G–End of First World War. Europe's lost generation. German soldier
RM2K5MB2M–Crows nest lookout against a blue sky on an old Royal Navy warship.
RMR19REF–Torness, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, 10th November 2018. A plaque commemorates those based at Skateraw Airfield between 1917 to 1919 during the First World War. An old limekiln in the background
RMP81FRH–The main portion of the German Naval fleet surrendered and were taken to SCapa Flow in the Scottish Orkneys. The High Seas Fleet was interned there under the terms of the Armistice whilst negotiations took place over the fate of the ships. Fearing that all of the ships would be seized and divided amongst the allied powers, the German commander, Admiral Ludwig von Reuter, decided to scuttle the fleet on 21 June 1919. Intervening British guard ships were able to beach a number of the ships, but 52 of the 74 interned vessels sank.
RM2F61H5X–Post-War Reims, France, 1919
RME7N3M9–Italian contingent in the Great Bastille Day Celebration in Paris marching down the Champs Elysees, 1919
RM2M3T3X8–Infographic by W. B. Robinson in The Illustrated London News showing how higher wages for manual workers, initiated during the First World War, had led to the high cost of living. The diagrams adn figures were based on statistics drawn from a recent debate in the House of Commons and from an article in the Labour Gazette.
RMT8T38R–The cover of a publication of the Treaty of Versailles in English The text reads THE TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN THE ALLIED AND ASSOCIATED POWERS AND GERMANY, The protocol annexed thereto, the Agreement respecting the military occupation of the territories of the Rhine, AND THE TREATY BETWEEN FRANCE AND GREAT BRITAIN RESPECTING Assistance to France in the event of unprovoked aggression by Germany. Signed at Versailles, June 28th, 1919.
RMJY8E87–Changing the guard at Liverpool during the great railway strike of 1919
RM2GAY12X–TREVES, GERMANY - 04 May 1919 - Army of Occupation - American soldiers in Treves, Germany. The city of Trier would also have been known as Treves in E
RMH9KYG4–1919 The Great War Victory march in London
RM2A2655C–Oskar Emil von Hutier (1857 – 1934), German general during the First World War. He served in the German Army from 1875 to 1919, including war service. During the war, he commanded the army that took Riga in 1917 and was transferred to the Western Front in 1918 to participate in the Michael offensive that year. He is frequently but mistakenly credited with inventing the stormtrooper tactics his forces employed to great effect during the Michael offensive. After retiring from the Army in 1919, he presided over the German Officers' League until his death on 5 December 1934.
RM2K2JW5B–Louis Botha (1862-1919) South African soldier and statesman. Commander-in-chief of Boer forces from 1900 during 2nd Boer War (1899-1902). Botha with his decorated Mauser rifle
RME0K711–British Medals given for service for those who fought in the First World War or The Great War 1914 - 1919
RM2GYRTG8–A First World War era portrait of a British army soldier, a Private in the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC), taken on 16/07/1919. On his right arm there are Overseas Service Chevrons indicting at least 4 years of overseas service. On his left lower arm is a Good Conduct stripe, with a Woiund stripe below. The picture is labelled Ernest Pue, but it is not certain that this is the name of the man in the picture.
RMG4F76B–Road workers in Regent Street, London, baring their heads in tribute to the dead of the First World War during the 'Great Silence' of the first Armistice Day since the end of the war last year.
RM2C0XJF2–'England expects Every Man to do his Duty' and Join the Army To-day', British War Poster, Published by Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, Lithograph by H.T. & Co., 1914
RM2K91613–Original WW1 era portrait, group of pretty young women, all of similar age, in their late teens or early twenties, quite possibly college students, maybe teacher training, probably from the middle classes. They wear their hair up in chignon bun hairstyles, at the nape, so that hair looks short, a style typical of the WW1 period, each wearing a variation on the fashion for a blouse worn with a long skirt - different white blouses all with a brooch. Studio of J.H. Bagley, 44 North St. Ripon, North Yorkshire, England, U.K. Circa 1917-1919.
RM2BWB81K–The great victory march in London . Admiral Beatty in the victory march . 19 July 1919
RF2C1EY9R–Polish Prime Minister Paderewski walks down the stairs at Trianon Palace after peace talks. Versailles, France, 1919 Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860 – 194
RM2K5MB0N–Open porthole of a very old ship looking out to a dock wall.
RM2A87395–‘The Hydra – The Magazine of Craiglockhart War Hospital’ front cover of Issue No. 1 Series 2 November 1917 featuring an illustration of a many headed serpent attacking a man flanked by 2 nurses over a battlefield. The magazine was produced by patients of ‘The Hydropathic’ hospital which was a military psychiatric hospital for the treatment of officers suffering from shell-shock between 1916-1919. Famous patients and contributors to the magazine included the war poets Siegfried Sassoon (1886-1967) and Wilfred Owen (1893-1918).
RMHR63JN–German World War I photographic postcard depicting U-boat on patrol, 1915. From the New York Public Library.
RMG16BK8–Entitled: 'No war talk! Attorney General Gregory says, 'Obey the law, keep your mouth shut!', 1917. In 1914, President Wilson appointed Thomas Watt Gregory Attorney General of the United States, and he held that office until 1919. His performance as attor
RMKWCXKT–World War 1: Battle of Verdun. French poster shows soldiers marching beside a river and over a bridge into a ruined Verdun. 1919. (BSLOC 2013 1 97)
RMDRF1C7–Great Victory March - 1919
RM2J37P74–Photo (ca. 1919) with parole pass (1918) of Mennonite conscientious objector. 1st World War. Conscientious objection in the United States
RMJJE2BT–President Poincare decorating war heroes, Paris 1919
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