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Gaulois aground at after the disastrous attempt at forcing the Dardanelles, March 1915.
A Madam and her girls pose for a photograph circa 1914-18.
Kapitän zur See Peter Strausser
Captain Peter Strasser, German airship fleet commander, World War I. Strasser was commander of the German Navy’s fleet of Zeppelin airships during the First World War, directing bombing campaigns from 1915 onwards. He was killed on 5th August 1918 when his airship, Zeppelin L70, was shot down over the Norfolk coast.
General Weygand, Admiral Wemyss and Marshall Foch after signing the armistice with Germany to mark the end of World War One.
World War Part One.
1917 c. A Russian nurse.
Notre Dame de Paris during the Great War, heavily protected with sandbags.
Belgian soldiers march into battle with their dogs, ready to stem the German tide and throw a wrench into the Schlieffen Plan. Aug 1914
…Well they certainly won the style battle but please send the dogs home…
Three Rolls-Royce cars of the Armoured Car Section of the Royal Naval
Division, under Lieutenant Commander Josiah Wedgwood, in the shelters
dug to minimise the risks from shell fire. Original Caption:
“Rolls-Royce armoured cars of the Royal Naval Air Service in protective
"berms” at Cape Helles during the Battle of Gallipoli.