One of two photographs from a set produced by Fotograf Hoffmann depicting barrack life for men of Landsturm Infanterie Ersatz Bataillon des XII Armeekorps. At the outbreak of the war the initial role of the Landsturm units was securing the borders on the Eastern front, but as the war progressed they took on the task of securing the lines of communication in the Etappe, freeing Landwehr units from this task.
Inspecting Japanese Seaplanes Allied Forces liberated Penang at the end of August. Jap surrender party signed off the war aboard HMS Nelson lying off Georgetown. Lt. J. BLEASE, RN, of Johnshaven, Montrose, Scotland and SLt. (A) I. MACGREGOR, RNVR, of South Queensberry, Scotland, examine plans of Jap seaplane. SPU/792 Sept '45 - INTERSERVICES PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTORATE (INDIA)
Two Seater The landing seems good but there is more than meets the initial viewing. The machine gun has a long belt of expended ammunition. The Germans on the back side of the plane look down toward the ground where at least one of the crew no doubt lies.( picture original caption)
Men of the German 2nd Guard Reserve Division, Tournai (Belgium) 1916 by drakegoodman, via Flickr Taken inside a crowded Tournai studio, five soldiers, representing vom links Reserve-Infanterie-Regiment 15, unknown, R.I.R. 55, R.I.R. 55 and R.I.R. 77.WW I