French Model 1918 Chauchat light machine gun with Finnish service markings, circa World War I and post war era.
from Poulin Antiques
French cruiser Amiral Aube was a Gloire-class armored cruiser built for the French Navy in the early 1900s. She served in the English Channel and the Mediterranean during World War I. In early 1918, the ship was sent to Murmansk to support Allied forces during the when they intervened in the Russian Civil War.
French Renault FT tanks passing through the village of Audignicourt on their way to the front line, May-June 1918.
Ocean Liners deploying Stealth Technology
Russian cruiser Zhemchug.
A veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, she would survive into World War I, when attached with the British Asiatic Fleet in Penang and a few French ships they were set upon in a surprise raid and sunk by the German cruiser SMS Emden on 28 October 1914.
Sohlberg M17 helmet
Designed in Russia, manufactured in Sohlberg and Holmberg factories in Helsinki, Grand Duchy of Finland c.1917.
Mild steel, Adrian shape.
These are extremely rare, as production stopped during the Russian revolutions.
Mata Hari (1876-1917)
Sep 11 1918 IWM (Q 73737) “A German Battleship steaming into the Firth and Forth. September 11th, 1918 when the German Fleet surrendered to Admiral Beatty.”
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German Battleship SMS Friedrich der Grosse.
They Shall Not Grow Old
His Majesty’s Land Ship “Oh I Say!” (Hull A-17) moving to the front before the Battle of Ancre, 1916.