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1 Squadron, AFC lined up with their Bristol and Aircraft in Palestine, February

İşgal ordusuna mensup bir Fransız tankı, Beyazıt, İstanbul, yaklaşık 1920

French tank "Renault from the French occupation corps in Turkey.The period of the occupation of

Meharists, commanded by the officers of the French expeditionary force, Damascus, by Margaret Bourke-White, 1940 [965 × 1280]. What a fantastic photographer she was. Look how crystal clear and what a composition!

Margaret Bourke-White Bedouin camel cavalry in Dmeir, Syria. Photographed by Margaret Bourke-White, 1940

Bavarian medic and dog being inspected by King Ludwig.

Bavarian medic and medical pack dog being inspected by King Ludwig. ––Terrierman's Daily Dose: Dogs of World War I

WWI Centennial: “The War to End All Wars” | Mental Floss

“The War to End All Wars”

historicaltimes: “Thousands of German soldiers advance across a field near Flanders.

Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker, in the middle, the most decorated American pilot during World War I, with other soldiers of the 94th Squadron in France, 1917.

Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker, in the middle, the most decorated American pilot during World War I, with other soldiers of the Squadron in France, WWI

Coffee Break  Officers of the Turkish camel cavalry during a coffee break on their march through Syria in 1915. Place unknown. The Sinai and Palestine Campaign was a secondary theatre of war between the Ottoman Empire and Great Britain during World War I (1915-1918). The Ottoman Empire, as a an ally of the Central Powers, was supported by German (Asia Corps) and Austro-Hungarian troops in Palestine.  Source: Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv © Berliner Verlag/Archiv/dpa/Corbis

Coffee Break Officers of the Turkish camel cavalry during a coffee break on their march through Syria in Place unknown. The Sinai and Palestine.

Patriot Colonel Cleveland after Battle of Kings Mountain, SC.  He's the big guy on the white horse that belonged to Ferguson, the slain leader of the loyalists. Painting by Don Troiani

Patriot Colonel Cleveland after Battle of Kings Mountain, SC. He's the big guy on the white horse that belonged to Ferguson, the slain leader of the loyalists. Painting by Don Troiani

World War One German Aviator by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives, via Flickr

Catalog Title: World War One German Aviator Date: Additional Information: World War One German Aviator Tags: World War One German Aviator, World War One German Aviator, Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

World War I, American infantrymen on their way to the front in France, 1918

World War I, American Infantrymen Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

World War I, American infantrymen on their way to the front in France, 1918

World War 1 American Soldiers

Aug 2014 It took an entire family to bring in a load of corn back in Janice’s grandpa, Fred, is leaning against wheel. Her father is pictured next to him. Just imagine the manual labor involved!

The Battle of Zonnebeke, Flanders, in the summer of 1917. Picture made by the Australian army photographer Frank Hurley For this picture Hurley combined three different photographs he had taken on the battlefield: the aeroplanes in the air, the soldiers leaving their trench on the left, and the soldiers on the right. WWI

9 Fun Facts That Are Total Lies

fyeah-history: “ Australian soldiers in trenches at the Battle of Polygon Wood, 1917 The Battle of Polygon Wood took place during the second phase of the Third battle of Ypres in World War I and was.

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