RMCF7CHR–German officers in an automobile on the road with a convoy of wagons; soldiers walk along side the road, World War 1
RM2BE114P–Parachute on fire, World War 1 era. Fedele Azari (Italian, 1895 - 1930); Italy; 1914 - 1929; Gelatin silver print.
RMMX2YHE–World War 1 Shells Ammunitions Factory UK The Chilwell munitions filling factory, Britain, WW1 More than 19 million shells were filled with explosives here by 10,000 workers between 1915-1918, during World War 1. The factory filled over half of all British shells during WW1 the Great War.
RMB5MRKN–WW1 West Fr Photo 1918 World War 1 Western Front German major offensive March July 1918 Woodland after artillery fire Photo
RMD996CP–Indians under British command in France in World War 1
RMA2BC5W–Vintage World War 1 Greetings Card to Father Away with Love
RMKWCWDE–World War 1. British soldiers celebrating their capture of German trenches at St. Eloi, near Ypres, Belgium. A massive 95,600 pound mine placed in a tunnel under the enemy trenches aided their success. They display captured German weapons. March 27, 1916. (BSLOC 2013 1 87)
RMCE9P8D–world war 1 No Man's Land.
RMRW4CE9–German World War 1 poster, Exhibition to benefit WW1 German POWs, 1918 by Ludwig Hohlwein
RMBEGE34–List of names of fallen British soldiers in the Menin Memorial Gate, containing names of 54,896 Britons who died in World War 1
RMDR9ENK–World War 1 1915
RMDWG51D–1st First World War 1, British Officer, 1914 - 1918, historical re-enactment Army soldier soldiers uniform uniforms
RFFDBEBC–WORLD WAR 1: Main Battle lines of the Western Front. 1914-18, 1920 vintage map
RMP810XH–British soldiers manning a field gun. During the early months of World War 1, British forces suffered from a lack of ammunition. Lloyd George, then Minister of Munitions turned the situation around and from mid-1916 the allies were kept well supplied.
RMB4WGJ2–World War I English troops with Belgian baby
RMRM709D–The Ulster Volunteers march along Royal Avenue in Belfast during World War 1. The ulster volunteers were a paramilitary group formed by ulster protestants to fight home rule in Ireland when the first world war broke out and they formed the ulster volunteer 36th ulster division of the British Army.
RMDNDK6G–WW1 soldiers of the 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment pictured in camp 1914 - 1918 war
RMB5NTA4–Soldiers in trenches during World War 1
RMT963W4–Flying airplane, World War 1. Fedele Azari (Italian, 1895 - 1930); Milan, Italy; 1914 - 1929; Gelatin silver print.
RMMYR6F5–TRENCHES WW1 Over the top ‘Battle Of The Somme’ 1916 Stark grim powerful image of British troops in line ‘to go over the top’...of the trenches, under heavy German Empire Army fire during the Battle of the Somme. (Somme Offensive) Harrowing numbers of casualties were suffered on both sides... Western Front Pas de Calais France World War 1 First World War World War One 1916. This image has been carefully re-mastered to retain its original image detail impact...
RMB5MRRR–Askaris on the march Photo World War 1 War in the colonies German East Africa now Tanzania Askaris on the march Photo
RMWH9E45–Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) (right as you look at the image) during World War 1.
RMDPWMD2–Keep 'em Going! World War 1 American Poster featuring advancing locomotive bearing a US badge and note signed by W.G. McAdoo.
RMKWCW8W–World War 1 in the Italian and Austria Alps. Italian soldiers wearing old fashioned head and body armor as they move against Austrian machine gun fire. Ca. 1915-18. (BSLOC 2013 1 23)
RMCE9P88–world war 1
RMBDF0GY–Dochy Farm, Belgium, a World War 1 British commonwealth military cemetery with WWi war graves, Ypres, Flanders, Belgium, Europe
RMDPH5DB–World War 1 Christmas postcard from Baghdad by a serving soldier sent to his family back in England.
RMD8HAYB–World War 1 memorial,Bellville,Cape Town
RMDJWNWN–First World War, 1916, wounded British army soldiers and nurses in English country house converted and used as hospital, nursing home, recuperation, houses, homes, Norfolk England UK, 1st WW, Great War 1914-1918, history, archive archival historical imagery, WW1 soldier, 1st World War, injured nurse World War 1
RMERGH66–World War 1: British anti-aircraft unit firing at an enemy plane in northern France, 1916.
RMM229JW–World War 1 era photograph taken at Bergeus Aerodrome in France. A Spad aircraft can be seen being repaired between two temporary hangers, with the pilot standing in front of a hanger.
RMDYEH8C–World War 1 - the House of Grand Duchesses (Romanov).
RMC8MHPT–Hospital for the wounded in World War 1, Russia, circa 1914.
RMBEGEJ7–List of names of fallen British soldiers in the Menin Memorial Gate, containing names of 54,896 Britons who died in World War 1
RMFWC77J–British World War 1 trenches at Hill 62 Sanctuary Wood on the Ypres Salient battlefields, Belgium.
RMBG8MNM–World War I (1914-1918). Italian troops defending their positions against the enemy using stones. 1917.
RMC4FGK2–A wounded Serbian being carried into a Red Cross dressing station on the Balkan front line, World War 1.
RMGG2D6D–The ashes of Napoleon's son are returned. General de La Laurencie, Darlan, General Laure and the prefect Langeron December 1940 France - World War 1
RMT04P3B–WW1 1917 German Propaganda Appeal War Loan Poster showing framed picture of a medieval knight with a laurel wreath on his head reaching up to help a woman wearing a crown seated on a horse. In background, Vienna with St. Stephens Cathedral and the slogan 'Durch Sieg zum Frieden' 'PEACE THROUGH VICTORY' Main Text: Subscribe to the War Loan, Bankhouse Schelhammer & Schattern. Dated 1917 World War 1
RMB5MRKJ–WW1 French trenches 1918 World War 1 Western Front German major offensive March July 1918 French trenches after the storm Photo
RM2CBXD6A–Cartoon from the First World War based on an armoured car, that saw its first large scale service during World War 1 but its direct-combat value was superceded by the arrival of the 'tank'.
RMB6C78T–Harry Patch British 1st World War 1 trench fighting survivor receiving the Freedom of the City of Wells Somerset on 10.7.2008
RMKWCW90–World War 1. Austrian officer wounded while on patrol in the Isonzo battle front. His head wound is attended by a medical officer. In the near background is a dead horse. Ca. 1914-15. (BSLOC 2013 1 24)
RMCE9P8F–world war 1 devastation
RMBDF03D–St Julien war memorial to World War 1 Canadian Infantry, Ypres, Flanders, Belgium, Europe
RME43AW9–World War 1 WW1 French family ouside their home destroyed by shelling at La Bassée in Nord-Pas-de-Calais 1918
RMDJWNNM–British First World War soldiers in encampment, 1st World War, 1st WW, Great War 1914-1918, history, archive archival historical imagery, WW1, England UK British Army soldier camp World War 1
RMERGFR0–'Siesta in a Trench' , 1915. During World War 1. (German: 'Siesta in Schützengraben. Hungarian: 'Piheno a loveszarokban'.)
RMGJF9YG–Two World War 1 soldier actors on Parliament Hill
RMDYEHXE–World War 1 - During his visit to the front, General Joffre reviews an artillery position. 1916
RFDYCW2H–A 6' World War 1, naval artillery gun guarding the Northern approach to Bressay sound, Lerwick, Shetland
RMBBE8RX–World War 1 Monument; State Captiol, Olympia, Washington State, USA
RMJW0J8P–Examples of world war 1 gas masks in use
RFMHMCGC–TURKEY. World War 1. Gallipoli to Istanbul;Suvla Bay; Dardanelles 1920 old map
RMBYC102–Soldiers gathered around a large cannon or howitzer mounted to a base.
RFEDWHF8–cemetery of French soldiers from World War 1 in Targette
RMMDG0FG–WW1 Gas chemical attack British 55th (West Lancashire) Division troops blinded by German tear gas, await treatment at an Advanced Dressing Station near Bethune during the Battle of Estaires. 10 April 1918, part of the German offensive in Flanders. World War 1
RMB5MR20–Explosion of a mine on an Eng grave World War 1 Western Front Explosion of a mine on an English grave Photo c 1917
RMC4XBNP–Surgical equipment from World War 1
RMBG8MDE–Attack of the allied troops in the area of Verdun: british infantry in attack in La Baisselle to remove a german infiltration.
RMKWCW7P–World War 1: Battle of the Argonne Forest. An infantry attack by American troops in woods of the Argonne Forest fought from Sept. 26, 1918, until the Armistice, Nov. 11, 1918. Lithograph by Lucien Jonas, 1927. (BSLOC 2013 1 204)
RMCE9P8M–world war 1 refugees
RMBDF0DJ–Tyne Cot WW1 World War 1 Commonwealth military cemetery at Passchendaele, Flanders, Belgium, Europe
RME1AB14–World War 1 injured wounded German soldiers in hospital France 1916
RMB4WMTX–German War Prisoners World War I
RMBC0CNT–1st First World War 1 historical re-enactment privates and officer soldier soldiers British military khaki uniform uniforms
RMERGHCD–World War 1: Arnulf Morer, officer and surgeon. German Red Cross postcard. Caption: 'Artillerieleutenant Arnulf Morer, Mediziner von Beruf, leistet am 4. Juni 1915 bei Krasnik Verwundeten seiner Batterie ärtzliche Hilfe, während er zugleich das Feuer seiner Geschütze leitet'.
RMBG1YE3–Contemporary World War One illustration of Field Marshal Douglas Haig and British Generals planning the Third Battle of Ypres.
RMDYEH92–World War 1 - Ruined bridges and rain cards at the bombed Lievin mine in the French province of Artois (1915)
RMKWDAY6–World War 1: Battle of Verdun. A U.S. machine gun emplacement in the Verdun trenches. 1927 lithograph by Lucian Jonas. (BSLOC 2013 1 111)
RMB110J9–Women shipbuilders During the First World War.
RMFGMJNH–WWI Women at war Women's Army Auxiliary Corps non combatant roles
RMP81E21–During the Mesopotamian campaign in the Middle Eastern theatre of World War I, Allied troops had to walk hundreds of miles across deserts in heat that could cause sunstroke if care wasn't taken. The battles were fought between the Allies represented by the British Empire, mostly troops from Britain, Australia and the British Indian, and the Central Powers, mostly of the Ottoman Empire.
RFARJNB3–Statue of a World War 1 British soldier, Winchester, Britain UK
RM2JHY2GA–WW1 The Battle for the Somme Horse drawn feild cannon artillery between Echisier and Frize. French 15.5 cm field gun battery advancing on the road that runs alongside the Somme Canal (July 10, 1917). First World War The Great War World War 1 France The Somme
RMB5MRRP–Askaris in combat Photo World War 1 War in the colonies German East Africa now Tanzania Askaris in combat position Photo
RMDA62AF–World War 1 Shell dressings bag with a red cross on a white background
RMJ4W5E6–Turkish prisoners Ramadi World War 1
RMKWDA03–World War 1. U.S. troops take up a position in the trenches near Verdun, France. The Valley of the Meuse, where the great Battle of Verdun was fought in 1916, can be seen in the background. Verdun-sur-Meuse, France. 1918. (BSLOC 2013 1 109)
RFHM7N90–German infantry on the battlefield. August 7, 1914. Underwood & Underwood. (War Dept.)
RMP6CYAP–world war i, casualty, ww1, wwi, world war one
RME1AB78–World War 1 German soldiers relaxing off duty some with cigars France WW1 1916
RMB5DWX6–Soldiers stand around the wreckage of a German Gotha aircraft in Kent 1917 World War One
RMF6AW7D–World War 1 New Zealand soldiers at the burial of
RMERGH73–World War 1: Serbian Prisoners of War captured by Austro- Hungarian forces. Near Belgrade, Serbia. Published 4 November 1915.
RMBG8KYJ–World War I (1914-1918). German air raid alert. French police officers patrolling the streets of Paris, carrying gas masks.
RMDYEJ6J–World War 1 - The last page of the declaration of war with Germany, 1917 signed by President Wilson and Secretary of State, Lansing.
RMKWDAY1–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)
RMB8NTXB–Famous World War One British recruiting and propaganda poster entitled “Women of Britain say GO!”.
RMJW0GP5–Royal Naval charge Gallipoli, WW1, 1915
RMP8110B–During the Battle of the Somme, between 1 July and 18 November, 1916, troops that had aprticipated in attacks were withdrawn from the front line and kept in reserve. They usually rested in abandoned trenches, and formed working parties carrying supplies to the front line or digging defensive works.
RMC04Y1B–Lt. Frank Luke was an American fighter ace in World War I
RMBD6B6A–The funeral of Harry Patch, aged 111, who was the last surviving soldier who fought in the trenches on the Western Front in WW1
RMR0Y31J–WW1 Machine Gun crew from Regimental Headquarters Company, 23rd Infantry, firing 37mm gun during an advance against German entrenched positions in the Argonne Forest 1918 France World War 1 First World War The Meuse-Argonne Offensive (also known as Battles of the Meuse-Argonne and the Meuse-Argonne Campaign) was a major part of the final Allied offensive of World War I that stretched along the entire Western Front in the First World War or Great War (image processed to reveal original impact and quality) Remarkable stark image taken under fire..
RMB5MX26–World War 1 Group of US Marines 1918 USA 1917 18 First to Fight Group of US Marines Photo 1918 USMC Recruiting Publicity Bureau
RMBMKCNW–World War 1 trenches at Sanctuary Wood near Ypres in Belgium.
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