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A German machine-gun post outside Riga.

“A German machine-gun post outside Riga.

Rusmea : 100 anos atrás - a primeira guerra mundial em fotos

Army Company A, Ninth Machine Gun Battalion. Three soldiers man a machine gun set up in railroad shop in Chateau Thierry, France, on June (NARA) - World War I in Photos: Introduction - The Atlantic

Ottoman soldiers with some of them armed with MG 08s. Notice the MG 08s are mounted on tripods instead of sledge mounts that were common to the MG 08.

Ottoman soldiers with some of them armed with MG Notice the MG are mounted on tripods instead of sledge mounts that were common to the MG

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An Austrian machine-gun nest on the Eastern Front.

The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, World War I, 4 November 1918. One of the most gallant feats of the closing days of the Great War. The brick rampart was crowned with German machine-guns, but the New Zealanders managed to bring up a 30 ft ladder, and ascended in single file amid a hail of bullets, soon driving the enemy down the reverse slope of the bastion and capturing the town. Illustration for The Wonder Book of Soldiers (Ward Lock, c 1920).

November 1918 The storming of Le Quesnoy in Northern France by New Zealand troops, World War I.

Irish Guard Machine gun team - 1914. None of the men photographed here would survive the war.

Not a single soldier from this Irish Guards machine gun team 1914 survived the horrific slaughter on the battlefield

Twenty-one German soldiers entombed in a perfectly preserved World War One shelter have been discovered 94 years after they were killed. The men were part of a larger group of 34 who were buried alive when a huge Allied shell exploded above the tunnel, near the small town of Carspach in the Alsace region in France, in 1918 causing it to cave in.

German soldiers found entombed in a perfectly preserved World War One shelter

The 'Pompeii' of the Western Front: Bodies of 21 German soldiers buried alive in World War One trench found perfectly preserved in northern France 94 years later

German Saxon Jaeger troops in action near Monastir (now Bitola), Macedonia, during the First World War.

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German soldiers exiting a tunnel, 1915. One of the most common drills for soldiers at the front was practicing bombardment drills. The soldiers had to be experienced in getting down into the bomb proof shelters that were dug into the ground, sometimes as deep as 40 or 50 feet. They would then practice exiting these shelters and getting back into firing positions as quickly as possible in order to meet an enemy attack.

German soldiers exiting a tunnel, One of the most common drills for soldiers at the front was practicing bombardment drills. The soldiers had to be experienced in getting down into the bomb proof shelters that were dug into the ground,.

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Looking though his binoculars is Col. Pepino Garibaldi joined the same Italian Alpine unit founded by his grandfather, vowing along with his four brothers to defeat the Austrians once more. - 1916 - The Italian Front

Looking though his binoculars is Col. Pepino Garibaldi, a grandson of the Italian patriot who had defeated the Austrians back in He joined the same Italian Alpine unit founded by his.

1916, WW1."Two French youngsters, whose father has been killed in the trenches, are telling one of father's comrades all about it." Period Paper TIN2A6B26C16

1916 French Children World War I Father Killed Trenches ORIGINAL HISTORIC TIN2

This is an original 1916 halftone print showing two French youngsters, whose father has been killed in the trenches, are telling one of father's comrades all ab

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