The photographs Hitler wanted to ban from the world - Reproduced in a new book
An original version of the Nazi’s propaganda book is to be republished and made available in English and German.
Drummer Walter Ritchie standing on the enemy's parapet to sound the charge …
Drummer Walter Ritchie standing on the enemy's parapet to sound the charge, under heavy machine-gun fire and bomb attacks, Beaumont Hamel, France, 1 July 1916. Illustration for Deeds That Thrill The Empire (Standard Art Book Co, c 1919).
"U.S. Officially at War," The Daily Missourian Headline, April 6, 1917
METADATA Title "U.S. Officially at War," The Daily Missourian Subject (LCSH) Columbia (Mo.) Newspapers World War 1, 1914-1918—Missouri World War 1, 1914-1918—Newspapers Description Daily (except...
During the Christmas Truce of 1914, German and British soldiers play a game of soccer in the "no man's land" between trenches.
Sometimes nothing helps us look forward than taking a look back at the things that make us great.
Corps of Royal Engineers
Sappers are unique, motivated and intelligent. We are multi-skilled soldiers, combat engineers and tradesmen. We provide essential support to all areas of the British Army in peacetime and on operations.
Dying Splendor of the Old World
July 29, 1916 - Unease in London over Somme Losses Pictured - The press could be both a friend and an enemy of generals. Large gains and changes on the front brought friendly headlines, but the news...
A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Over the top, and
The novelist Henri Barbusse saw 17 months of active service in the French infantry, much of it in the trenches around Vimy Ridge. This is his description of a dangerous and terrifying advance on the German lines
Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War at IWM (part 1)
While we were in London recently we went to the Imperial War Museum to see Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War. It’s billed as being the largest exhibition of British First …