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25 Soldiers With Killing Sprees Straight Out Of Call Of Duty

Apparently part of being an unkillable death machine requires having a manly 'stache.

At on July 1916 the Battle of the Somme started with explosion of 17 massive 'mines' underneath enemy territory. Lochnagar was the largest of these. It remains "The largest crater ever made by man in anger". World War One, First World, Schlacht An Der Somme, Battle Of The Somme, Remembrance Day, Vietnam War, World History, Military History, Aliens
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A Crater to Remember

Today, Remembrance Day, we take a moment to remember and thank all of our Veterans, the fallen, and today's Peacekeepers, for their effort ...

A dead German Soldier trapped on barbed wire at the Eastern Front during World War I. Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Fukushima, World War One, First World, German Army, To Infinity And Beyond, Military History, Military Art

A Dead German Soldier trapped on Barbed wire at The Eastern Front during WW1.

The Eastern Front While the conflict in the west was developing, Russia was having success with driving the Austrians back and also infringing on German territory. Their basic strategy was to concentrate all of their forces on Austria, but due to the success of Germany in France at the time they sent 28 divisions into East Prussia as a relief force. The Russians had mobilized more speedily than the Germans expected and were therefore able to overrun most of East Prussia before the Germans…

Battle of Poland 1939 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Perhaps one of the most amazing photos of the war, Australian officers, blown into the air by an accidental explosion, fall in the river amid the splinters of their wrecked boat.

Australian officers, blown into the air by an accidental explosion, fall in the river amid the splinters of their wrecked boat. 1942.[685x942] - post

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WW1 Photos - Page 124

First World War flight school plane crash. First World War flight school plane crash.

13 Things I Found on the Internet (Vol. CXCIV)

1. At the Beach in 1905 Colorised photo by Sanna Dullaway 2. Amateur Explorer Discovers more than 250 Designs etched into the Quarry walls by WWI US Troops Eight miles of secret tunnels deep in the forests of Northern France ... used by the American Expeditionary Force, sent by President

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Bridgeman Images

Bridgeman Images is the leading supplier of rights managed Art, Culture & historic images for licensing and reproduction. Since 1972 Bridgeman Images have provided millions of pounds in revenue to the Museums, Artists and Collections we represent which go into preservation, restoration, new collections, exhibitions and much more. With over 3 million images online and access to millions more Bridgeman Images supplies the highest quality imagery to a wide variety of industries that include…

One of the most powerful images of the First World War I've ever seen. This image could be of any war. I find myself in this picture.

CO2 mon amour par Denis Cheissoux - France Inter

L’émission qui rapproche les hommes en nous rapprochant de la nature…

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La Primera Guerra Mundial, a todo color (FOTOS)

El centenario de la Primera Guerra Mundial está generando todo tipo de novedades sobre el conflicto que estalló en 1914 y se prolongó cuatro años. Ensayos, fotografías y vídeos que permiten contextual...

Troops of the Battalion, Royal Fusiliers Division) marching to the trenches, St Pol (Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise), November

Battle of the Somme: 7 photos of British soldiers marching to war

Many of these men died

snake-like scaly skin of leprosy? Mustard gas symptoms on cadavars of war [Caution: documentingreality blo contains images of realistic human anatomy and abject suffering that may be disturbing) Vintage Medical, Medical Care, Medical Facts, Medical History, World War One, World History, Wwi, Just In Case, Mustard

The Three Stages of Mustard Gas and the Effects of Lewisite

Explore Elephi Pelephi's photos on Flickr. Elephi Pelephi has uploaded 3437 photos to Flickr.

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WW1 trenches at Hill 62 and Sanctuary Wood, Ypres Salient, Belgium

This was the second line of the British forces, i.e. behind the main fighting line some metres ahead. The third was some metres back and catered for the seriously wounded soldiers. It was during the First Battle of Ypres in October and November 1914 that the British Army used the cover of a large wood south of the Ypres-Menin road near Hooge for tending to their casualties. At that time the wood was to the west of and behind the British fighting line. It is believed to have been given its…

Every guenuine soldier is bound to find trench warfare thoroughly repellent (Ernst Junger Copse A German trench at Guillemont during the Battle of the Somme. World War One, First World, Schlacht An Der Somme, Battle Of The Somme, War Photography, World History, Ww1 History, History Online, Military History

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“A direct hit upon a German dugout during the Battle of the Somme, 1916”