A german "beware of death" sign above an unexploded shell stuck in a tree WW1.[ 1011 x 1612] http://ift.tt/2g4ZMIT

A german "beware of death" sign above an unexploded shell stuck in a tree WW1.[ 1011 x 1612] http://ift.tt/2g4ZMIT

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A German Tank of WW1.  These monsters with a crew of 16 from 6 corps were first encountered by Australian troops at Villers-Bretoneux.

A German Tank of WW1. These monsters with a crew of 16 from 6 corps were first encountered by Australian troops at Villers-Bretoneux.

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German troops clearing a trench

German troops clearing a trench

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Two French soldiers operating a telescope rifle in a trench at Bois d'Ailly, Meuse. April 1915  The 56° Infantry Regiment amongst others, held the front at Bois d'Ailly on the Meuse in early April 1915. Nine months after the start of the war, April 5, the French army launched an offensive on the Moselle and the Meuse.  (Colorized by Irootoko jr from Japan)

Two French soldiers operating a telescope rifle in a trench at Bois d'Ailly, Meuse. April 1915 The 56° Infantry Regiment amongst others, held the front at Bois d'Ailly on the Meuse in early April 1915. Nine months after the start of the war, April 5, the French army launched an offensive on the Moselle and the Meuse. (Colorized by Irootoko jr from Japan)

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greatwar-1914: “Preparing for another winter in the trenches. ”

greatwar-1914: “Preparing for another winter in the trenches. ”

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