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Passchendaele

Two wounded Germans help a wounded Brit on the killing fields of Passchendaele.

The Woman's Land Army of America... Training School Poster

The Woman's Land Army of America--Training school, University of Virginia--Apply Woman's Land Army, U.

'B' Company 1st. Battalion Scots Guards in 'Big Willie' Trench, at Loos September/October 1915. Mills Bomb box on the right, it contains 6 grenades, at each end tin in centre contains fuses for grenades.

‘B’ Company, Battalion Scots Guards in the 'Big Willie" trench at Loos, September/October (Note the Mills Bomb box to the right of the picture. Each box contained six grenades - three at each end - with a tin containing the igniter sets in the middle.

Max Wünsche, who commanded Panzer Regiment 12 of the 12th SS-Panzer Division Hitlerjugend, was described by his captors as "PW is definitely a museum piece. He is 150% Nordic warrior, wearing every order of the Iron Cross; an officer of the Leibstandarte since 1933 on and a fanatic of the most extreme order, with a well disciplined and calculating brain. His information is reliable on military matters, but his attitude is irreconcilable".

aman-ibn: “Max Wünsche April 1914 – 17 April ” 卐 SS-Obersturmbannführer Max Wünsche

Francais

First World War: French lancers preparing to chase German retreat. Their cavalry lance is the same as that used in the and centuries. marked the end of cavalry combat roles.

Haigh, Joffre and French behind the front.

In this heavily retouched photo, British generals Haig and French (with walking sticks) accompany French general Joffre (center, with light colored tunic) chief of the French Army during a visit to the front. Staff officers are in attendance.

Scottish Troops WW1

Trench Warfare, living in trenches Picture showing Trenches in Salonika

WWI, 11 June 1917, Battle of Messines; British officer studies German map. ©IWM Q 2306

WWI, 11 June 1917, Battle of Messines; British officer studies German map. ©IWM Q 2306

WWI during the Battle of Verdun, a soldier and his horse both don gas masks. 1916

Soldier and Horse wearing a gas mask during the Battle of Verdun, 1916 (b/w photo) by French Photographer / Private Collection History and WWI

Australian soldiers in trenches at Gallipoli, 1915 - Unknown Australian solders in trenches at Gallipoli, probably stretcher bearers of the 9th Battalion AIF, 1915

Australian soldiers in trenches at Gallipoli, 1915 - Unknown Australian solders in trenches at Gallipoli, probably stretcher bearers of the Battalion AIF, 1915

Water, mud

thisdayinwwi: ““An unidentified Sergeant and Warrant Officer Henry Basil Ault, the company quartermaster sergeant (CQMS) of the Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, in a flooded communication trench.

4 German Soldiers Play Cards Next to a Garden, Somewhere between 1914 & 1918

World War One from a German soldier's perspective: Hundreds of images give a rare insight into the side of the Great War we rarely see

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