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Some of the first tanks used in the war were used by the Royal Navy and were extremely unreliable.

Some of the first tanks used in the war were used by the Royal Navy and were extremely unreliable.

WHO-Tube: World War I: American Legacy - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/articles/tube-world-war-american-legacy.html

WHO-Tube: World War I: American Legacy - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/articles/tube-world-war-american-legacy.html

Frontline trench, observer. French serviceman at work in the trenches. Woods of Hirtzbach. (Haut-Rhin. France. June 16th, 1917)

Frontline trench, observer. French serviceman at work in the trenches. Woods of Hirtzbach. (Haut-Rhin. France. June 16th, 1917)

How it began - introduction. From the excellent FirstWorldWar.com

How it began - introduction. From the excellent FirstWorldWar.com

The flamethrower, was used by the German army against the French and British army in the early portion of the First World War in 1914 and 1915. A rather simple and primitive design of spraying burning liquid on someone or something.

The flamethrower, was used by the German army against the French and British army in the early portion of the First World War in 1914 and 1915. A rather simple and primitive design of spraying burning liquid on someone or something.

Bayonets; simple design, of the knife, although variations existed. Often a bayonet could be mounted at the end of a rifle and used for close combat, normally as a last resort.

Bayonets; simple design, of the knife, although variations existed. Often a bayonet could be mounted at the end of a rifle and used for close combat, normally as a last resort.

1918  one-man portable machine guns (including the formidable Bergmann MP18 submachine gun)

1918 one-man portable machine guns (including the formidable Bergmann MP18 submachine gun)

Dead French soldiers in the Argonne. Many soldiers developed a defensive callousness after seeing such sights frequently, and blotted these images out of their conscious minds for ever.

Dead French soldiers in the Argonne. Many soldiers developed a defensive callousness after seeing such sights frequently, and blotted these images out of their conscious minds for ever.

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