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Les mots historiques du pays de France : 496-1915 (5e édition, mise à jour) / texte par E. Trogan ; illustrations de Job, collections Heure Joyeuse Paris numérisées dans Gallica

Les mots historiques du pays de France : 496-1915 (5e édition, mise à jour) / texte par E. Trogan ; illustrations de Job, collections Heure Joyeuse Paris numérisées dans Gallica

Family learns fate of WWI Belgian boy smuggled out of country and adopted by Tasmanian soldier.

Family learns fate of WWI Belgian boy smuggled out of country and adopted by Tasmanian soldier.

The lost diggers collection, restored by the Australian War Memorial, is going on tour this November. Click to read more #VacMag

World War 1 Diggers Digger - An Australian soldier. This term originated during World War 1

Studio portrait of Captain (Capt) Henry Garnet Forrest (born 1895) and his wife Cora on their wedding day. Capt Forrest served with No 2 Squadron AFC, and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.

Studio portrait of Captain (Capt) Henry Garnet Forrest (born and his wife Cora on their wedding day. Capt Forrest served with No 2 Squadron AFC, and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.

WWI German NCOs. The sign behind them reads "Feld-Gendarmerie Station." Original Photo, Fritz die Spinne collection.

The sign behind them reads "Feld-Gendarmerie Station.

An Australian soldier of the ANMEF and his mother marching to the wharf in Sydney, Aug 8,1914, prior to departing for Rabaul. - H11567 | Australian War Memorial

An Australian soldier of the ANMEF and his mother marching to the wharf in Sydney, Aug prior to departing for Rabaul.

De Slag om Verdun duurde van 21 februari 1916 tot 20 december 1916, Het was een van de bloedigste veldslagen van de Eerste Wereldoorlog. Nog steeds staat deze slag symbool voor zinloze slachtingen van mensenlevens. Verdun heeft altijd al een symbolische betekenis gehad voor de Franse bevolking.

1916 - French reinforcements going to Verdun. Half of them will never make it back.

Badly burned ex soldier is photographed by medical authorities after the end of WW1. The horrific wounds of trench warfare gave a boost to surgical research into battlefield care of the disfigured and the maimed -- which was of great importance to the doctors but of little consolation to the sufferers.

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French POW's waiting for transport, WW1

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History: Mar 1916 New German attacks at Verdun: Battle of the Flanks

Making sheepskin vests for Australian troops

Aussie Red Cross or Australian Comforts Fund ladies , knitting socks etc

World War I wounded soldiers.

World War I photograph album of Henry Eglinton Montgomery Suckley :: Wilderstein Preservation