2014 - This incredible picture shows a river of red flowing out of the historic "Tower of London" and into the moat below.

2014 - This incredible picture shows a river of red flowing out of the historic "Tower of London" and into the moat below.

Hans Hildenbrand was a German photographer who was famous for taking color photographs during World War I. Following the war he became a photographer for...

Hans Hildenbrand was a German photographer who was famous for taking color photographs during World War I. Following the war he became a photographer for...

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How did World War 1 start? an interactive map lesson

start of WW1 who is with who

June 28, 1914: Heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie were assassinated in Sarajevo, sparking a chain of events leading to the start of World War I.

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June 28, 1914: Heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie were assassinated in Sarajevo, sparking a chain of events leading to the start of World War I.

At 7:28am on July 1st, 1916 the Battle of the Somme started with explosion of 17 massive 'mines' underneath enemy territory. Lochnagar was the largest of these. It remains "The largest crater ever made by man in anger". Repined by HistorySimulation.com

At 7:28am on July 1st, 1916 the Battle of the Somme started with explosion of 17 massive 'mines' underneath enemy territory. Lochnagar was the largest of these. It remains "The largest crater ever made by man in anger". Repined by HistorySimulation.com

Part of a Project commemorating the start of WW1 - GLASS CRAFTS  - Knitting, sewing, crochet, tutorials, children crafts, papercraft, jewlery, needlework, swaps, cooking and so much more on Craftster.org

Part of a Project commemorating the start of WW1 - GLASS CRAFTS - Knitting, sewing, crochet, tutorials, children crafts, papercraft, jewlery, needlework, swaps, cooking and so much more on Craftster.org

These Two Humanitarians Worked Hard To Help The Allies At The Start Of WW1 – They Were Almost Executed

These Two Humanitarians Worked Hard To Help The Allies At The Start Of WW1 – They Were Almost Executed

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