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Above the trenches, Balloons of World War I. c.1916: A German observation balloon fitted with a long-distance camera.

Above the trenches, Balloons of World War I. c.1916: A German observation balloon fitted with a long-distance camera.

1918 An observer is disentangled from a tree after parachuting from his balloon

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

1918 An observer is disentangled from a tree after parachuting from his balloon

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

September 1915 French soldiers with cylinders of hydrogen used to inflate observation balloons.

Oct 27, 1917: Australian soldiers watch an observation balloon descend of Ypres, Belgium.

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

Oct 27, 1917: Australian soldiers watch an observation balloon descend of Ypres, Belgium.

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

An observation balloon above the ruins of Ypres, Belgium, 27 October Photographer: Unknown Australian Official Photographer - Image courtesy of the Australian War Memorial - Colour by Benjamin Thomas - Pin by scann R

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

Above the trenches, balloons made for the ultimate high ground.

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

Above the trenches, balloons made for the ultimate high ground.

1915 German soldiers help a high-altitude observer remove his heavy clothes.

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

1915 German soldiers help a high-altitude observer remove his heavy clothes.

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

In World War I, balloons posed a deadly advantage

Oct. 1917 An officer prepares to ascend in an observation balloon near the ruins of Ypres, Belgium.

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