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WW1. Ferocious-Looking German with Luger and Steel Helmet. -greatwarimages.com

WW1. Ferocious-Looking German with Luger and Steel Helmet. -greatwarimages.com

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Star Wars Toys 1978 Montgomery Ward Christmas Catalog Check out the Bootleg Figures at the bottom.

The Second Battle of the Marne named also Battle of Reims (15 July – 6 August 1918) was the last major German Spring Offensive on the Western Front during the First World War.

The Second Battle of the Marne, 15 July – 6 August 1918 was the last major German spring offensive on the Western Front.

Ansichtskarte Originalfoto 1. Weltkrieg Soldat mit Pickelhaube und Gewehr Ungelaufen, schätzungsweise um 1915

Ansichtskarte Originalfoto 1. Weltkrieg Soldat mit Pickelhaube und Gewehr Ungelaufen, schätzungsweise um 1915

German soldier during the early stages of WW1.

(early stages) - German soldier rests on a hillside. (so this is where adolph took his "look" from ,,,)

WW1, 1916. A smashed up German trench at Morval on the Somme, Western Front. ©…

Two British soldiers stand in a wrecked German trench at Ginchy, France. The trench appear to run between two rows of trees, which have been devastated by shellfire. Both soldiers are wearing steel helmets.

A German soldier wearing infanterie-panzer armor on the Western Front, Notice the added front plate on the helmet designed to protect from snipers. The canister hung around his neck contains his gas mask.

WWI Cossacks. Ironic, isn't it? They fought bravely against the Germans in the First War. But come the Second, and many of the Cossacks joined them.

“Cossack soldiers on the Eastern Front. Russia had troops available in January but incoming manpower was slackening and much of it was poor quality, while soldiers at the front were weary. The conscription of

ww1 reenactor - Google Search

ww1 reenactor - Google Search

WWI horses

Members of the Royal Scots Greys cavalry regiment rest their horses by the side of the road, in France. (National Library of Scotland) World War I in Photos: Animals at War - The Atlantic

German; 72nd(4th Thuringian) Infantry Regiment, NCO & Soldier. The red edging to their epaulettes confirms they are part of IV Corps. Corp colours displayed on epaulettes was abolished on 20th January 1915.

The red edging to their epaulettes confirms they are part of IV Corps. Corp colours displayed on epaulettes was abolished.

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