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On Feb. the headmistress of the village school in Shropshire, England, supervises the children in their monthly gas mask drill.

First World War battlefields were often churned into mud and covered with fallen soldiers, before they became covered by poppies. They have since been used as a symbol of remembrance.

Just in time for Remembrance Day... the most beautiful poppy field photographs

Just in time for Remembrance Day. the most beautiful poppy field photographs

WORLD WAR II: NURSES. U.S. Army nurses advance through a cloud of smoke in a gas mask drill during training at Scott Field, Illinois. Photograph, c1942.

WORLD WAR II: NURSES. Army nurses advance through a cloud of smoke in a gas mask drill during training at Scott Field, Illinois.

US WWII propaganda poster, from the "This Man Is Your Friend" series (Chinese)

This man is your FRIEND - Chinese, An American World War II propaganda poster, 1942

The nuclear family

Just in case you need a pinch of perspective: From the Imperial War Museum in London, "Three nurses carry babies cocooned in baby gas respirators down the corridor of a London hospital during a gas drill." GAS DRILL AT A LONDON HOSPITAL: ENGLAND, 1940

An infantryman camouflaged with steel wool.

A British infantryman camouflaged with steel wool.

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Dull Cold War fashion due to dark times and atomic bomb preparation in one

Radiographer during the First World War: Is a doctor who wears an outfit made of lead during  sessions of x-ray-ing  the wounded.  Doctors spent their days in the halls of radios and was the radio chain and at the time they knew already the risk of overexposure to radiation.

[Mystère #9] Radiographe pendant la première guerre mondiale

guns-gas-trenches: Radiology Nurse Technician in protective gear WWI France 1918 Not a gas mask, but PPE is PPE.

FIRST WORLD WAR 1914 - 1918 EASTERN FRONT (Q 45331) Herr von Kuhlmann signing the Treaty of Brest Litovsk which took Russia out of the First World War. Leon Trotsky, the Bolshevik Commissar for Foreign Affairs, and Count Czernin look on.

Q Richard von Kuhlmann the German Foreign Minister signing the Treaty of Brest Litovsk. Leon Trotsky the Bolshevik Commissar for Foreign Affairs and Count Ottokar Czernin the Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister look on

They Kayleigh Kempers illustration

They Kayleigh Kempers illustration

Will Maskall, cover art by Nick Bulters

Will Maskall, cover art by Nick Bulters

United States February, 1942.A patriotic boy who is doing his part for the home front war effort, ties a rope around a pile of newspaper for recycling.

We had paper drives in the We'd collect papers from neighbors, tie them up, then pile them up. The goal was to get enough papers to match our height for a prize. It paid to be short back then.

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