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World War I in Photos: Technology

French lookouts posted in a barbed-wire-covered trench. The use of barbed wire in warfare was recent, having only been used for the first time in limited form during the Spanish-American War. All sides in World War I used extensive networks of barbed wire entanglements to prevent ground troops from moving forward. The effectiveness of the wire drove the development of technologies like the tank, and wire-cutting explosive shells set to detonate the instant they made contact with a wire.


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Spanish Lookout

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My Growing Appreciation of Spanish Lookout #Culture #Belize #Travel #Mennonites

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Galeria de Edifício de Proteção e Mirante do Parque Genovês / José Luis Bezos Alonso - 6

Galeria - Edifício de Proteção e Mirante do Parque Genovês / José Luis Bezos Alonso - 6

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Metropol Parasol, vista da cidade por cima da cobertura de madeira, Sevilha. J. Mayer H. Architects, 2004<br />Foto Fernando Alda

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Boat being pulled to beach. Mr. Guerrero orders his tools and fittings for each boat from the United States. During the month or so that it takes for that hardware to arrive, he goes to Little Belize, or as far as Spanish Lookout in Orange Walk District to find the lumber that is needed. The lumber is brought to Sarteneja where it is set up to dry. Materials needed include: Lumber Boat clay Circular saw Nails Grinder Electric drill Caulking, paint, etc.

Desoto State Park-Desoto Falls- Lookout Mountain Alabama. - The year was 1540 and Hernando Desoto and his Army of Spanish Conquistadors were on their way down the Chattooga River...(read more of the history of this beautiful area at the website)

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awesome pics: Belize Image Spanish Lookout Caye, Belize City Conch shells on porch, Spanish Lookout Caye.

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