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A tank rolling over a car for a public demonstration - [University Ave., Toronto] Canada, 1918 (via Flickr)

Tank crushing car in Victory Bond drive, University Avenue, Toronto 1918

German officers in an automobile on the road with a convoy of wagons; soldiers walk along side the road.

World War I in Photos: Animals at War

German officers in an automobile on the road with a convoy of wagons; soldiers walk along side the road. (Library of Congress) World War I in Photos: Animals at War - The Atlantic

WWI, April 1917, Savigny sur Ardres, French troops. Credit;Frederic Duriez/BDIC/media - Mirror Online

A french Fiat 1915 Heavy Truck in the mud near Savigny sur Ardres ( near Reims - Marnes ). of April 1917 .

One of the first effective British fighters, the D.H.2 proved more than a match for the Fokker E.I series and significantly contributed to ending the "Fokker Scourge."

Selected Fighters of World War I

The Airco was a single-seat biplane "pusher" aircraft which operated as a fighter during the First World War. It was the second pusher design by Geoffrey de Havilland for Airco, based on his earlier two-seater.

Damaged during a forced landing Soviet SB (high-speed bomber) with M-103 engines, captured by soldiers of the Wehrmacht. SB bomber from the 13th Regiment of high-speed bombers of the 9th Composite Air Division of 10th Army of Soviet Western Front. Time taken: June-August 1941

Damaged during a forced landing Soviet SB (high-speed bomber) with engines, captured by soldiers of the Wehrmacht. SB bomber from the Regiment of high-speed bombers of the Composite Air Division of Army of Soviet Western Front. Time taken: June-August

WW1. " An artilleryman putting a time shell into the breech of an anti-aircraft '75', which, although mounted on an automobile, fires twenty-eight shots a minute." ~Julien Bryan - Ambulance 646

" An artilleryman putting a time shell into the breech of an anti-aircraft which, although mounted on an automobile, fires twenty-eight shots a minute.

WWI, 15 April 1917;"Jean Navarre, the famous French aviator, set out in an automobile and speeded through Paris, knocking down every policemen he saw" - The Evening Star, Washington

WWI, 15 April 1917;"Jean Navarre, the famous French aviator, set out in an automobile and speeded through Paris, knocking down every policemen he saw" - The Evening Star, Washington

Char Renault FT 17 de la Grande Guerre en service dans la Wehrmacht dans la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Char Renault FT 17 de la Grande Guerre en service dans la Wehrmacht dans la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

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