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Mark H. Walker 4s
The second boxed game from Tiny Battle Publishing, Steamroller 2e starts shipping tomorrow. Order now to be one of the first to get their copy
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Dan Hill 2h
Looking back through photos tonight and found this one from a trip to French sector of the Western Front a few months back. Almost all the men here died in the first weeks of ; none with any idea just how many million casualties were to follow over the next four years.
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BJA Samuel 9h
Billy Wilder remembers WW1 and the decline of the Austria-Hungary Monarchy which he witnessed as a small boy..
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Erik Villard- the DMH at CMH 18m
Col. Cornelius Vanderbilt, "Jacko," and LTC Franklin W. Ward, 27th Div, Camp Wadsworth, SC, 14 Mar 18 US Army Signal Corps via Enhanced by erikthehistorian (erik villard)
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BJA Samuel 9h
Billy Wilder on the difficulty of working with Marilyn Monroe.
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Rob Cross 2h
Bringing 's History to Life! My restored and colourised 1905 photo of the stern view of Lusitania and the launching cradle in Clydebank shipyard, in Scotland. The Lusitania was torpedoed by the German submarine U20 on the 7th of May 1915 in .
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Andrew Holmes 3h
Shell case in front of the wire at the trenches at Le Main de Massiges, taken last May.
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Connie Ruzich 30m
Isaac Rosenberg, soldier & poet, killed April 1, 1918. His heart-stopping poem on dawn in the trenches:
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Soureh 🚩 Mar 25
A Historical Account of a Genuine in Watch this great Iranian movie Manufactured famine and prevention of importing drugs during by the grear killed 9 millions in Iran 200 years of ! We prepared the Eng sub 👇 ♦️
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andyblanck 7h
mountain rescue during a action on glacier: an alpine has sunk into the crevasse and one hand reaches out to that of a companion; after a while with difficulty, his whole person emerges from the ice. He'll then resume fighting, still defying death!
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Poppy Mercier 13h
The weather here is just so beautiful at the moment. It’s wonderful having the battlefields in my back garden 🌸
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This day in WWI 8h
New-York Tribune Mar 31 1918 "An Italian boat of 12,000 tons recently torpedoed of the Spanish coast by [an Imperial German Navy] submarine. The boat is seen settling down with a heavy list."
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Historical Firearms Mar 30
A man dismantling a captured British heav tank with a blow torch, during the post war disarmament in Germany c.1920. Looks like its been on displace in a public space. (From the Hulton Archive)
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Dan Hill Mar 29
This lovely image was taken in the village of Wormhoudt in late July 1917. It shows four friends from 1st Herts Regiment during a break in training. Within a fortnight at least two were killed in battle. They left behind this small piece of history, a frozen moment in time.
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Spencer Jones 12h
For those seeking some during quarantine - I've assembled a playlist of my various and YouTube presentations that may pass an hour or two!
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WW1cemeteries.com 16h
Image of Le Treport Military Cemetery c.1921. The building at the top of the picture was a hotel used as a hospital. It was destroyed by the German's in WW2. Taken from an old postcard.
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Andrew Holmes 4h
Black and white one of the trenches at Le Main de Massiges.
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Andrew Holmes 4h
Wire Obstacles at the trenches at Le Main de Massiges. If the enemy got into your trench these were designed to be pulled down into the trench to halt their progress.
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WW1cemeteries.com 16h
Battle of Hazebrouck. An artillery subaltern preparing motorcycle and side car in which he fixed a Lewis gun and covered the withdrawal of his artillery guns. Near Merris, 12 April 1918. © IWM (Q 8691)
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Dan Hill Mar 29
100% my favourite type of person from history is the one who adds the names of the subjects to photographs! This is a great image - I'd love to trace the unit and the fate of some of these men. Can anyone help?
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