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Guerre 14/18 - les nouvelles auto-mitrailleuses

Guerre 14/18 - les nouvelles auto-mitrailleuses

September 1918: Canadian troops taking cover in a ditch alongside the road from Arras to Cambrai / Les troupes canadiennes se mettent à l'abri dans un fossé le long de la route d'Arras à Cambrai

September 1918: Canadian troops taking cover in a ditch alongside the road from Arras to Cambrai / Les troupes canadiennes se mettent à l'abri dans un fossé le long de la route d'Arras à Cambrai

a photo of the Tyneside Scottish taken after July 1916. Remnant of the brigade after the Somme?

Northumbrians in WW1 on

a photo of the Tyneside Scottish taken after July 1916. Remnant of the brigade after the Somme?

Nursing Sister Ruby G. Peterkin, (from Toronto) working diligently in her tent during the spring of 1916. #nursinghistory.

Nursing Sister Ruby G. Peterkin, (from Toronto) working diligently in her tent during the spring of 1916. #nursinghistory.

"Between 1914-15, Germany defeated the Russian army in two separate battles fought in the Masurian Lakes region in East Prussia." - photo Michael St. Maur Sheil

Europe’s Landscape Is Still Scarred by World War I

"Between 1914-15, Germany defeated the Russian army in two separate battles fought in the Masurian Lakes region in East Prussia." - photo Michael St. Maur Sheil

Philip Genders was a boy telegraphist in the Royal Navy.  He was killed, aged 17, on 31 May 1916 during the Battle of Jutland.

Philip Genders was a boy telegraphist in the Royal Navy. He was killed, aged 17, on 31 May 1916 during the Battle of Jutland.

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