RMDDP6KJ–Cadets at artillery practice, US Military Academy, 1890s. Photogravure
RM2M5X9GA–Boxer Rebellion.The Wall of Peking, guarded by the Russian artillery. Photo by B.W. Kilburn Company, c. 1900
RM2B01B93–Sudan/South Sudan: Artillery shells and rocket propelled grenades abandoned during the Second Sudanese Civil War (1983-2005). Photo by UNEP Sudan (CC BY-SA 3.0 License), 2006. The Second Sudanese Civil War started in 1983, although it was largely a continuation of the First Sudanese Civil War of 1955 to 1972. Although it originated in southern Sudan, the civil war spread to the Nuba mountains and Blue Nile by the end of the 1980s. Roughly two million people have died as a result of war, famine and disease caused by the conflict.
RMGG2C82–France World War I. German artillery at Verdun B.I.D.C.
RM2K02BWG–Artillery soldiers. The beginning of the 19th century.
RMCWB0DY–World War I, German heavy railway artillery, ca. 1917
RMRG6PJ7–This drawing depicts General Kirchbach's V Corps artillery advancing during the Battle of Wörth.
RMD896WW–ARTILLERY AT TATTOO
RMG5JNMR–World War One - Romanian Army - Artillery
RMBD3NAA–A 320 artillery piece firing at night.
RMBB115R–Improved Artillery Shell
RMCPHY0W–German artillery in the Carpathians, 1944
RMB3EGE0–September 1939/ Artillery over River
RM2C02RKR–A Review of the London Volunteer Cavalry and Flying Artillery in Hyde Park, 1804, painting by unknown artist, circa 1804
RMAC5Y4E–WWI British artillery horses at a watering hole probably in Palestine
RMHRP2WH–Medieval Field Artillery
RMEJY06J–The Honourable Artillery Company form up, London, circa 1910. P015232
RMF8TEKY–German Artillery Chief before Verdun, France, World War One
RMDY1N1R–British troops dragging artillery into position near Alexandria during occupation of Egypt, 1882. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2GN8FT9–William B. T. Trego. Painting entitled 'Battery, Forward! (also known as Bringing Up the Battery, Artillery to the Front, Civil War Battle Scene) by the American artist, William Brooke Thomas Trego (1858-1909), oil on canvas, 1887
RMERG8NB–Officier d'Artillerie: 19th century artillery officer. Artillery uniforms in most armies were usually of dark blue. From series
RMGG2C81–World War I. Artillery. Engraving by Hans Hals Germany B.I.D.C.
RMMM2F99–106th Field Artillery Armory. Buffalo. 1940
RM2A25KPT–Illustration of French medieval armour and artillery
RMCWB08A–World War I, a battery of French artillery going into position, 1915
RMD162KM–A Gun of the British Royal Asiatic Artillery - The soldiers in this unit are Pashtuns recruited In Hindustan, circa 1900
RMTWB15P–THE ROYAL ARTILLERY
RMG5JERE–World War One - Tsar inspecting artillery
RMBDMMM6–Exploding artillery shell during the First World War.
RMBAX6AC–Star Weekly: Ally Artillery
RMCPJCM7–Muster of the Artillery Cadet School, 1914
RMB3EJPC–British artillery before Tobruk,1941
RF2A13H73–American artillery soldiers reloading a 155mm howitzer cannon during France in WW1.
RMA2JJD8–British Army field artillery in front of a hill fort in the Punjab India about 1890 Note cavalry at left of picture
RMHRP038–Korean War, Artillery Crew, 1951
RMER6CY4–Artillery seen here in action shelling Austrian and Bulgarian positions from Salonika. April 1916
RMBYC106–U.S. Army recruiting poster showing a soldiers on horseback with team of horses pulling artillery.1919
RMBMG56N–US officers observing artillery barrage of Coamo, Puerto Rico, Spanish-American War, 1898. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RMGKCJ0K–“JOIN US! COAST ARTILLERY CORPS USA” 1914-18 World War I recruitment poster for the US Army Coast Artillery Corps (CAC), illustration by Philip Lyford (1887-1950). See description for more information.
RMERG5W4–World War I: Russian artillery attack on Austro- Hungarian troops. Caption reads: Ansturm österreichisch- ungarischer Truppen
RMGG2BBJ–The American army using an artillery cannon France, World War I National archives, Washington
RMMKR3PE–M-8 Artillery Vehicle
RMEC7MG2–Austrian artillery of the first world war
RMCWB08F–World War I, English field artillery in action in France, ca. 1914
RMENM8RA–Insurgents capturing a Piece of artillery from the Battalion Alfonso XIII in the Battle of Lechuza during the Cuban War of Independence
RMG5GA48–World War One - Belgian Artillery - La Panne - Belgium
RMBK3ETH–Convoy of mobile artillery during the First World War.
RMBB11BK–Exploding Artillery Shell for Breech-Loaders
RMCPHTF7–German artillery during maneuvers, 1912
RMB5M83M–Dummy artillery Austrian army Photo History World War I Dummy artillery of the Austrian army Photo no location or date
RM2J8E704–U.S. Army soldiers with Bravo Battery, 2nd Battalion, 114th Field Artillery Regiment, conduct live fire maneuvers with a M109A6 Paladin self-propelled howitzer at Fort Bliss, April 28, 2018 in Dona Ana, New Mexico.
RF2NH6FB6–Vintage photo of the Tsar Cannon in the Kremlin, Moscow. 1875 - 1885 The Tsar Cannon is a large early modern period artillery piece (known as a bombarda in Russian) on display on the grounds of the Moscow Kremlin. It is a monument of Russian artillery casting art, cast in bronze in 1586 in Moscow, by the Russian master bronze caster Andrey Chokhov.
RMHRP09Y–Korean War, Artillery Crew Fires 90MM
RMEMNR37–British artillery in action, bombarding Tobruk before the infantry and tanks attacked 20th January 1941
RMDRAY96–WWI railway artillery gun. French 320mm railway gun during World War One
RMA9GHMC–Fourth US artillery under Lt. Bayard Wilkeson firing from an exposed position during the Battle of Gettysburg 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
RMDXFERA–View of park of artillery captured at the Battle of Chattanooga
RMERGH69–World War 1: Italian artillery gunners at Easter 1916. Munition shells have East messages written on them ('Buona Pasqua'/
RMGG2E83–Louis Ferdinand Malespina (1874- ) Belgian artillery convoy 1917 France, World War I
RM2K0346H–Russian artillery soldiers. The beginning of the 19th century.
RMCWAA9H–World War I: A concrete dugout for artillery at the Belgian front, 1918.. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RM2D6BBPK–The town of Breisach, Germany, during a heavy artillery shelling as part of the Rhineland Campaign, World War II, 26 January – 21 March 1945
RMD8816K–SHIELDED ARTILLERY 1555
RMG58P61–THE BALKAN WAR: A Bulgarian Artillery team on the march during the Balkan War of 1912-1913.
RMBGP4GG–French troops moving forward under artillery fire.
RMBAW6W1–5 & 1/2% Bond - Artillery Train
RM2DBHPXW–Artillery in a column.
RMB5MAWP–2 M65 F1 1913 Artillery in battle position Photo Military Weapons Field Howitzer Apiece of artillery is brought into battle posi
RM2K3F5MP–U.S. Army soldiers, assigned to 41st Field Artillery Brigade, launch rockets from the M270 Multiple Launcher Rocket Systems during a live fire exercise at the 7th Army Training Command Grafenwoehr Training Area, March 11, 2022 in Grafenwohr, Bavaria, Germany.
RMCBAF8W–British mounted artillery in France during the Great War. WW1
RMHRP59R–Knox Expedition, Noble Train of Artillery, 1775
RMER69CM–Members of the Royal Garrison Artillery Regiment seen here loading up artillery shells on to a light railway trolley near Fricourt, Circa September 1916
RMPXJ7DN–Austrian artillery in the Bukowina. Austrian artillery soldiers in Bukowina (Bukovina) during World War I
RM2A06MN5–Diagram of 100-ton Elswick artillery en barbette loaded from under cover, and 7-inch rifled Moncreiff gun, 1870s. Color lithograph
RMDXFEEF–View of park of artillery captured at the Battle of Chattanooga, November 24, 24, 25, & 26th, 1863
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