RMB5MR24–9 1917 1 0 A1 1 Turkish troops Romania WWI World War One Romania Romanian campaign August 1916 January 1917 Victory for the cent
RMBA29BE–BRITISH TROOPS go on the attack from their trench in WWI
RMGJG832–Soldiers of the 8th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment going up to the line near Frezenberg, Flanders, Belgium during the First World War
RMERGN3A–WWI - Map of Battlefield of Ypres
RMDYF2C2–Following the German defeat in WWI, 74 ships of the Kaiserliche Marine's High Seas Fleet were interned in Gutter Sound at Scapa Flow pending a decision on their future in the peace Treaty of Versailles. On 21 June 1919, after nine months of waiting, Rear Admiral Ludwig von Reuter, the German officer in command at Scapa Flow, made the decision to scuttle the fleet because the negotiation period for the treaty had lapsed with no word of a settlement 1919
RME92Y0B–WWI Victory Celebration, New York City, USA, November 11, 1918
RMD5149X–Soldier with Machine gun and rifle reaching back for a hand, WWI era
RMDJC4C8–The trail of war amid the peaceful vineyards of Northern France during WWI.
RMB48ATR–events, First World War / WWI, Western Front, French soldiers with carrier pigeons, 1914 / 1915,
RMDA5JBF–First World War, WWI, World War I, world war, war, Europe, propaganda, poster, Canada, Canadian, propaganda poster, soldier, mil
RMJ2EWN5–Portugal, Lisbon, detail of WWI war memorial
RFB0XKFC–WWI on August 1, 1916
RMG1AD10–Albertina memorial in front of reconstruction of the Petrol Tanks close to WWI Trench of Death, Diksmuide, Flanders, Belgium
RMAY7783–Avro 504k WWI bomber and Bristol F2 b fighter right
RMD15NDX–First World War British 1914-18 War medal
RMFCBF1J–Uncle Sam recruiting poster for the US Navy in WWI, c.1917
RMB5MAGM–2 G55 W1 1918 55 WWI German marines at Ostend Belgium History WWI Western Front German marines and machine gunners in the dunes
RMBE7YCA–BRITISH MACHINE GUN unit during First Battle of the Somme in WWI
RMMKMNDH–WWI Pecking Hens
RMF89F05–American Ambulance on road to Verdun in France
RMDRDDBY–German troops WWI
RMERGN3C–WWI - Map of the position of the Armies August 22 1914 in Belgium and France shwoing German army divisions and British and
RMDYF3M4–Canadians Wounded at the Battle of Passchendaele. This photograph shows a Canadian solider being carried by Stetcher-Bearers through shell holes to the wounded aid post. Unknown
RMDMB15T–Air Battle between English and German Bi-Planes, 1915
RME7T948–British Tanks being inspected before the Cathedral of Cologne, when the Germans were hesitating to sign the Armistice, 1918
RMBB4A17–During WWI, the U.S. Army Signal Corps rotated the inner ring of this cipher disk to encrypt messages in the field quickly.
RMFH73GK–War Bonds - German Propaganda Poster - WWI
RMCPJ9A9–Hermann Goering in WWI
RMFA6EM3–An aerial battle during WWI.
RMFX55W7–Illuminated showcase with canon and WWI uniforms. Imperial War Museum, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Casson Mann, 2015.
RM2BW2BY8–Interned Naval Brigade at Leeuwarden, Holland WWI
RMDY1R9P–WWI warship model in the Royal Military Museum Brussels
RMFCBF0Y–Original Uncle Sam recruiting poster for the US Army in WWI, c.1917
RMHRKJRY–WWI, German Trench
RMB5M81N–2 F15 P1 1914 2 Branch of Evergreen Postcard WWI Christmas Eve Postcard Gesegnete Weihnachten Branch of evergreen with acorns ir
RMCTNWN0–WWI Soldiers of the US 23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd division, attacking a German position in Belleau Wood, June 1918.
RMMM1JCX–Church protected by Sandbags in WWI. Amiens. 1918
RMDRAY96–WWI railway artillery gun. French 320mm railway gun during World War One
RMDRDC47–British prisoners WWI
RMERGN3B–WWI- Map of the Eastern Frontier
RMDYF332–world war one Russian German troops killed in Galicia in south-eastern Poland. The Battle of Galicia was a major battle between Russia and Austria-Hungary during the early stages of World War I in 1914. In the course of the battle, the Austro-Hungarian armies were severely defeated and forced out of Galicia, while the Russians captured Lemberg and, for approximately nine months, ruled Eastern Galicia.
RMH60RR8–British WWI Recruitment Poster showing British Flag and Star of David, Printed by Hill, Sifkin & Company, London, England, UK, 1915
RMEKJWDR–Star Rockets on the Somme Front at night - WWI
RMP67TBN–Photograph of American soldiers returning fro WWI on the USS Agamemnon, New Jersey. Dated 1918
RMCPJ9AA–Hermann Goering in WWI
RMF8RR8H–A German aviator flying over Paris, France during WWI.
RMC2HM5M–Russia in 1918 during WWI
RMFX55XD–Photomurals and WWI uniforms. Imperial War Museum, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Casson Mann, 2015.
RM2BW2C07–Interned Naval Brigade at Leeuwarden, Holland. WWI
RM2G36161–First World War / WWI, Western front, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMFKF0N8–Ypres, WWI. British soldiers laying a light railway line near Boesinghe, Belgium, during the Battle of Passchendaele (the Third Battle of Ypres) in World War I, July 28, 1917.
RM2BDY5C0–WWI, Irish Recruitment Poster
RMB5MNTN–8 1914 0 0 A4 5 WWI Transport of the militia photo World War I Transport of troops at a Berlin station departure of the conscrip
RMBBKWAK–LORD KITCHENER UK army recruiting poster from WWI exists in several designs
RMMM1JCY–Church protected by Sandbags in WWI. Amiens. 1910
RFDENFTP–WWI Red Cross Corps members search for wounded at night. Here, with the light from their lantern, they have found one.
RMERGN39–WWI - Map of Battlefield between Arras and the Sea
RMDYF3NJ–WWI poster 'Victory Bonds Will Help Stop This - Kulture vs. Humanity 1918.'
RMHD1DBE–Eddie Grant, Major League Baseball Player, Died during Battle of Argonne Forest, France during WWI, Portrait, Bain News Service, 1910's
RMD43FMG–'Right Now, the Sword is mightier than the Pen' - WWI poster showing lawmaker handing sword to Uncle Sam to prosecute the war
RM2BJ07N0–Welfare at work in the munitions factories in WWI. - Cheerful conditions that result in added efficiency : The midday meal in the canteen of a well-organised munitions factory . - Better results are obtained if the workers are well treated and conditions are cheerful and sympathetic . This is as true for men as for women. - Ministry of Munitions. - April 1917 - - -
RMP67TRT–Propaganda poster from WWI advertising the payment of Liberty Bonds in order to support the allied troops. Subscribing to the bonds became a symbol of patriotic duty in the United States and introduced the idea of financial securities to many citizens for the first time
RMCPJ9A7–Hermann Goering in WWI
RMF3H40A–Machine gunners wearing masks to protect them from gas attacks during WWI.
RMC2JF6Y–The Yanks In London WWI
RMKM7F2R–Vintage recruitment WWI Propaganda Poster British 'Come Along Boys' Enlist Today Army War Poster World War 1
RM2BW2BY4–Interned Naval Brigade at Leeuwarden, Holland WWI
RM2G3616F–First World War / WWI, Western front, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMFCB28P–'Lord Kitchener Wants You' recruitment poster for the British army in WWI. It was originally designed as a front cover for the mass market magazine 'London Opinion', in a 1914 issue, and may never actually have been used widely as a poster during the war.
RM2F61H6G–Blind WWI Veterans Learning to Bowl
RMB5MAN1–2 G77 E1 1914 5 WWI Propaganda France Postcard History France Alsace Lorraine 1871 1919 part of German Empire Francaise toujours
RM2PCDF07–WWI BRITISH ENLISTMENT POSTER
RMMM1JCW–Church protected by Sandbags in WWI. Amiens. 1910
RMDENFPW–During WWI, the crowds gathered around the railway station to cheer the men who were on their way to die for 'La Belle France.'
RMERGN3E–WWI- captured German trenches at Les Eparges. Photo shows dead German soldiers about to be collected and buried.
RMEC7PF6–Photograph of American soldiers returning fro WWI on the USS Agamemnon, New Jersey. Dated 1918
RMH60T25–'Columbia Calls, Enlist now for U.S. Army', U.S. Army Recruitment Poster during WWI, Designed by Frances Adams Halsted from a Painting by Vincent Aderente, 1916
RMEJECMG–'You'll go down again' - German Uboat commander telling a diver to go down again to find out what is wrong with his submarine, WWI
RMCFEG34–27th Division boys sorting out the mail at Crobie. WWI 1918
RMP66W0F–Following the German defeat in WWI, 74 ships of the Kaiserliche Marine's High Seas Fleet were interned in Gutter Sound at Scapa Flow pending a decision on their future in the peace Treaty of Versailles. On 21 June 1919, after nine months of waiting, Rear Admiral Ludwig von Reuter, the German officer in command at Scapa Flow, made the decision to scuttle the fleet because the negotiation period for the treaty had lapsed with no word of a settlement 1919
RMC458AK–Troops return home after WWI, 1918
RMF8RR8W–German Uhlans engaging French Dragoons at Perwez, Belgium during WWI.
RMC2JEM3–Air Transport to Support Russia in WWI Crashes on its way
RMM8Y4PW–WWI propaganda recruitment graphic artwork poster for British Army serving in France 'Come lad slip across and help' 1914
RM2AP2H26–WWI - The first British concrete ship under construction
RM2G3610K–First World War/WWI, Germany, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RM2GJK4C9–WWI Red Cross Nurse poster, 1918
RMHRKK05–WWI, Marine Stenographers
RMB5MNTH–8 1914 0 0 A4 2 Troop transport Military band WWI Troop transport at a Berlin train station A military band playing at the depar
RM2PGW722–THE KITCHEN IS THE KEY TO VICTORY British WWI poster
RMD8P5WP–This photo shows one of the armored automobiles or 'tanks' used by British to surprise Germans in September of 1916 in WWI. Their caterpillar trucks and peculiar form make it possible for them to advance easily over obstructions and trenches.
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