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World War I
World War One
Ww1 Propaganda Posters
Walking In Nature
World War 1 - The importance of timber to the Allied military operations in Europe. Timber was critical to the war effort, and this wasn't only because of the protection it could provide front-line snipers
Battle Of Ypres
WW1 trenches at Hill 62 and Sanctuary Wood Battle of Ypres taking place in Belgium
Man Of War
WWI, 21 July 1917, Fampoux ; Soldier of the 9th Division using two salvaged sewing machines as a writing desk. Cropped. ©IWM Q 5700
World War I by the Numbers
WWI, 1916, France. French soldiers over the top.
Man From Snowy River
by Clement Semmler Andrew Barton (Banjo) Paterson (1864-1941), poet, solicitor, journalist, war correspondent and soldier, was ...
American Civil War
Christmas truce between French and German troops, WW1 .These women have a total of 775 confirmed kills, in 1945.
Second Battle Of Ypres
Battle Of The Somme
Battle Of Passchendaele
WWI, July 1917, Vincennes; A French colonial Zouave showing his uniform and equipment. ©IWM Q 50377
World History Facts
Feb 1915, Camel Corps at Beersheba at Sinai and Palestine Campaign
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British 6 inch Mark VII gun at work, 1917
Australian soldiers in trenches at the Battle of Polygon Wood, 1917
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France, c. 1916The 9th British Lancers charging German artillery in WWI.
The Third Reich
Lest We Forget
The Last Time
World War I
c. 1 April 1915 - [DAX0345 | Australian War Memorial]
c. 1 April 1915 - [DAX0336A | Australian War Memorial]
Bataille De Verdun
No Mans Land
The battle of Verdun 1916; World War I La bataille de Verdun 1916; Première Guerre mondiale
Australian 1st and 2nd divisions after the battle of Pozieres
Photograph of ANZAC troops aboard the captured transport ship SS LUTZOW, near Seddul Bahr. No 3272. From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915.
The first Australian soldiers to see action preparing in 1899 in the Boer War.
Painting: bandaged, exhausted soldiers stand in line, sit or lie slumped as two officers call the roll
Love And Respect
Sept 1914: Wounded French soldiers returning to Paris with trophies from the battlefields.
Ypres in the autumn of 1917
Lawrence Of Arabia