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Recently in the UK there was a program on TV that had caused outrage in the academic world and beyond. Channel 5 had been accused of ‘disrespecting’ the wa

Recently in the UK there was a program on TV that had caused outrage in the academic world and beyond. Channel 5 had been accused of ‘disrespecting’ the wa

Russian soldiers ww1 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Soldiers of the Russian brigade at the Cloister of the Cordeliers, Reims, by Fernand Cuville, 1917 ×

Italian 240mm mortar in the Adamello mountains, 1918.

Italian mortar in the Adamello mountains,

The lack of soldiers in this photo could imply that the survivors of a charge are returning to their trench after going "over the top."

British soldier advance across barbed wire in No Man's Land (kink in hip after a day of that)

German launching cradle for rifle grenades, World War I.

German launching cradle for rifle grenades, World War I. Find our speedloader…

Mortars became popular during WWI.This was on of the most feared weapons during the war. Soldiers were in fear of these while they just sat in their trenches. A mortar strike could happen at any time. I chose this pin because it shows the mortar up close.

Karl Kraus: More war more mortars, more mortars more money. God save us from peace!

World War I, Wwi, World War One

A German Army observation post in a tree.

A German Army observation post in a tree. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Funeral procession of British Army Nurse Gladys Wake who was killed by a German aircraft bombing raid on the base hospital at Etaples in 1918.

Funeral of Nursing Sister Gladys Maude Mary Wake, May 1918

WW1 - French soldiers carrying a wounded soldier through the mud of the trenches.

WWI - French soldiers carrying a wounded soldier through the mud of the trenches.

German soldier during the early stages of WW1.

(early stages) - German soldier rests on a hillside. (so this is where adolph took his "look" from ,,,)

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