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British WWI recruitment poster produced by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee,

Kitchener Poster Recruitment Poster Featuring Kitchener:

Kitchener Poster Recruitment Poster Featuring Kitchener: Uncle Sam posters modeled after these posters

Your Country Needs You British Propaganda poster WW1 http://i3.squidoocdn.com/resize/squidoo_images/590/draft_lens18367487module152601228photo_1314019811YourCountryNeedsYou.jpg

"Your Country Needs You", British propaganda poster WWI, 1914

THE CAMPAIGN IN GERMAN EAST AFRICA DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR - This Day in History: Mar 5, 1916: SA troops invade East Africa in World War I http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

The period from September 1916 to November 1917 saw the occupation of much of German East Africa, mainly by the Kings African Rifles and West African units. Here a unit of the KAR advance along the Rufjii river.

Men at work in the fire trenches in the stretch of the line held by Harry Colver's own A Company

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Front-line trenches, men had to face machine gun fire and barbed wire defenses.

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WA10 Vintage WWI British Single Men Wanted War Recruitment Poster WW1 A1 A2 A3

BBC iWonder - How did so many soldiers survive the trenches?

How did so many soldiers survive the trenches?

Photograph of an ANZAC soldier carrying two Turkish children. No 3128. From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915.

Photograph of an ANZAC soldier carrying two Turkish children. No From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition,

THE CAMPAIGN IN GERMAN EAST AFRICA DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR Kilimanjaro: The Lost History http://africanencounters.blogspot.com/

Q Stretcher bearers of the Battalion King's African Rifles Longido September At this time the KAR was still a relatively small force

German East Africa -- an askari unit, First World War

German Schutztruppe, Askari company - colonial troops, local company with German officers

Winston Churchill as Minister of Munitions watching the March Past of the 47th Division.

Winston Churchill as Minister of Munitions watching the March Past of the Division. Winston Churchill en tant que ministre des Munitions regarder le Mars passé de la Division

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