clio_historia (clio_historia) wrote,
clio_historia
clio_historia

Первая мировая война в фотографиях.












German soldiers exiting a tunnel, 1915



Prussian lancer. Horsemen Uhlan



Stosstrupp





A despatch dog brings food to two German soldiers in an advanced trench, somewhere on the Western Front. The dog is wearing a special harness on its back which can hold mess tins. In the background, a third soldier can be seen pointing his rifle over the top of the trench









Medical staff of sanitary train № 14 and Princess Z. N. Yusupova, sitting 2nd from left



Prayer before sending sanitary train №14 at the front



Operating room in sanitary train №14






British soldiers playing leapfrog on the beach at Boulogne, 16 May 1918



Germans before taking Rostov



Germans in Rostov


















Caught up in the patriotic spirit of 1916, a German boy from Brandenburg, showed up on his horse wanting to volunteer for the Eastern Front









21cm Mörser m.10







Ottoman Machine Gun Corps



British soldier delivering pigeons to trenches of the Western Front, c.1916



French soldiers pose with the medals they were awarded at the Battle of the Somme in 1916



group of 11 American WWI soldiers, some holding human skulls and cross bones, by Vernon C. Perkins, and Thomas Jay Perkins, taken 1918.






Christmas mail is delivered to the front






French troops with bomb-throwing ballista and basket of ammo



The simultaneous demise of two German balloons shot down near Boyelles, France is captured in this remarkable photograph. Attacking airplanes fired incendiary bullets to ignite the highly flammable gasbags, which would commonly disintegrate in 20 seconds or less





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