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scrapironflotilla: “ Stereoscopic photo of German prisoners being marched through a French town, guarded by French cavalry. ”

A Toronto photography and graphic design studio has acquired a camera and photographic slides that allow the viewer to experience World War I in The Verascope is a series of handheld.

World War I, officers and men of the American 18th Infantry, 1st Division in the trenches of the Ansauville sector, U.S. Signal Corps photograph, 1918

World War I, Officers And Men Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Trench warfare was very important becuase it offered more protection than just charging at eachother.

Little known facts: This is a French soldier wearing and earlier version of the gas mask. Poison gas was the most feared type of warfare because it caused a slow and painful death.

Little known facts: This is a French soldier wearing and earlier version of the gas mask. Poison gas was the most feared type of warfare because it caused a slow and painful death.

London's “Peace Day”, 19th July 1919 As preparations were made for the Victory Parade in London, a huge military camp grew up in Kensington Garden…

London's “Peace Day”, 19th July 1919 As preparations were made for the Victory Parade in London, a huge military camp grew up in Kensington Garden…

The Cafe de la Paix, Paris, during the First World War, after a work by Louis Remy Sabattier, from 'L'Illustration', published in 1918

The Cafe de la Paix, Paris, during the First World War, after a work by Louis Remy Sabattier, from 'L'Illustration', published in 1918

The French lieutenant who was actually a woman: Mystery of moustachioed officer and girl in uniform pictured in 'lost images' from World War One

The French lieutenant who was really a woman: Mystery of officer and girl in uniform pictured in 'lost images' from World War One

The French lieutenant who was actually a woman: Mystery of moustachioed officer and girl in uniform pictured in 'lost images' from World War One

Peggy Hull, 1917. The first female journalist accredited by the U.S. War Department and a founder of the Overseas Press Club.

Peggy Hull - World War One Correspondent - El Paso Morning Times and the Army Edition of Chicago Tribune (Paris) 1917

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