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Enorme trou d'obus a Messines Ridge dans le Nord de la France en Mars 1919.

The World War One wasteland: Haunting rare images show apocalyptic destruction on the Western Front

Shaping nature: A huge bomb crater at Messines Ridge in Northern France, photographed circa March soon after the end of World War I.

Articles concernants l'uniforme du fantassin français de 1914 à 1918 :: La guerre 14-18

World War I French uniform: The French uniform in WWI was not for attack, it was dressed for glory. Solders worn long blue gray over coat with the bright red trousers. This red pants were not long last. They also worn steel helmet.

German WWI Army Uniform.

This is the sort of uniform a German Soldier would have worn during notice the flowers in his jacket, family and friends would give them to the men when they left for war.

WW1 UNIFORM- A typical world war 1 american uniform. Could have potential to be different depending on rank in army

American WWI uniform: A typical world war 1 american uniform, could be different depending on rank in army.

Death The Reaper, Pictures of the Great War by Frank Hurley

First World War Frank Hurley photographer made this picture by combining two negatives.

Armies of WWI

I personally think that the Canadian, New Zealand and Australian armies deserve to be included here as well << I didn't even know America was involved in

La conquista del Passo della Sentinella

La conquista del Passo della Sentinella

Josephine Baker tried to combat racism by adopting 12 children of different ethnicities from around the world.   holds in her arms her 10th adopted child, a boy from Venezuela, as another of her adopted children looks on. 1959. age 53 #actor

In this 1959 photo, Josephine Baker holds in her arms her adopted child, a boy from Venezuela, as another of her adopted children looks on. Read the article: Josephine Baker's Rainbow Tribe

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I

World War I in Photos: A gigantic shell crater, 75 yards in circumference, Ypres, Belgium, October (Australian official photographs/State Library of New South Wales)

1917: The mud and barbed wire of Passchendaele - Found via The Passion of Former Days. Passchendaele, as a battlefield, was notorious for its muddy conditions. It was, in fact, possible for a man to drown in the stuff.

Post with 3694 views. 'Mud and barbed wire through which the Canadians advanced during the Battle of Passchendaele', Belgium, 1917 ×

Adamello cordata alpini

Adamello cordata alpini

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