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Canadian troops marching to the front. These men had the courage and hearts of lions. WW1. Passchendaele

Canadian troops marching to the front. These men had the courage and hearts of lions. WW1. Passchendaele

Desperate for news of her son, Fred Andrews’ mother sent this postcard to German prisoner of war camps. The card was stamped ‘Nicht ermittelt’, ‘not verified’. © Birmingham Museums and Galleries (This image is licensed under Creative Commons BY NC SA)

Desperate for news of her son, Fred Andrews’ mother sent this postcard to German prisoner of war camps. The card was stamped ‘Nicht ermittelt’, ‘not verified’. © Birmingham Museums and Galleries (This image is licensed under Creative Commons BY NC SA)

WORLD WAR I: MASKS, 1918. Masks showing the work done by Anna Coleman Ladd of the American Red Cross. The top row are casts taken from soldiers' mutilated faces, the bottom row shows masks of their faces before their injuries, made from pre-war photographs. On the table are masks made to fit over the disfigured part of the face. Photograph, 1918.

World War I: Masks, 1918

WORLD WAR I: MASKS, 1918. Masks showing the work done by Anna Coleman Ladd of the American Red Cross. The top row are casts taken from soldiers' mutilated faces, the bottom row shows masks of their faces before their injuries, made from pre-war photographs. On the table are masks made to fit over the disfigured part of the face. Photograph, 1918.

The men accused of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, are conducted into the court room: (1) Gavrilo Princip (2) Danilo Ilitch (3) N Cabrinovic. Description from gettyimages.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The men accused of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, are conducted into the court room: (1) Gavrilo Princip (2) Danilo Ilitch (3) N Cabrinovic. Description from gettyimages.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Many Battles Faced By WWI Nurses - BBC News

World War One: The many battles faced by WW1's nurses

The face of modern warfare, German heavy machine gun crew, 1918 (Bundesarchiv)

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ガスマスクは、毒ガス・粉塵・有害物質などから体を守るために顔面に着用するマスクのこと。その起源は、古く、古代ギリシャにまでさかのぼる。その後、第一次世界大戦で化学兵器が大規模に使用されたことに対する防御手段として軍に採用されたことにより、大々的に普及す

Three German soldiers in WW1 pose together, ca. 1917. - 42-32949981 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Three German soldiers in WW1 pose together, ca. 1917. - 42-32949981 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

German sturmtruppen in a trench preparing for an assault, 1917. P.S.: Note the first soldier with what looks like a radio on his back.

German sturmtruppen in a trench preparing for an assault, 1917. P.S.: Note the first soldier with what looks like a radio on his back.

Senegalese and Algerian soldiers WW1 - An estimated 500,000 Africans were deployed in the French and British forces; some as labourers, others as fighting soldiers.  Of the 1,186,000 French troops killed or missing in action in WWI, 71,100 were from the French colonies of Algeria, Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia and Madagascar. Fatalities included thousands of Muslim soldiers.

Senegalese and Algerian soldiers WW1 - An estimated 500,000 Africans were deployed in the French and British forces; some as labourers, others as fighting soldiers. Of the 1,186,000 French troops killed or missing in action in WWI, 71,100 were from the French colonies of Algeria, Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia and Madagascar. Fatalities included thousands of Muslim soldiers.