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i'm gonna post OC pictures taken during a trip i recently made on the (in)famous Chemin des Dames in France. You can check the exif data. I also took pictures of pictures from there and reverse googled them for better quality but with no luck so i guess they are quite unique to see on the internets (because of copyrighted content).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Battle_of_the_Aisne

start with a French Schneider Tank, Memorial of the Tanks at Berry-au-Bac
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General estienne, creator of the modern tank
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French Tankers Memorial, Berry-au-Bac
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Saint-Chamond tank and its crew, 1918
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Schneider tank and its crew, 1917
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destroyed Schneider tanks near Berry-au-Bac, 1917
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mine crater, hill 108, Berry-au-Bac, 24 April 1917
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cemetery in Craonnelle
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cemetery in Craonelle, two unknown british soldiers
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Overlooking the battlefield from an observatory tower near Craonne. The village of Craonne was totally wiped out but was rebuilt 1 miles away from the initial position afterwards
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a street in Craonne, 'rue du bloc'
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a street in Craonne before war
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a street in Craonne in 1917
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Captain Courtois and the village of Allemant, Chemin des Dames
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Memorial of the Basques in Craonne, honouring the soldiers of the southwest of France. a unique monument as the person depicted wears famer clothes and is not dressed as a soldier. He also turns his back from the battlefield and looks towards his native land
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abbey of Vauclair
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french soldiers on the very first day of the attack on 16th april 1917, plateau de Californie, Craonne
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grave of a soldier fallen on the first day
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french cemetery in Cerny-en-Laonnois
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german cemetery in Cerny-en-Laonnois next to the other one
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Caverne du Dragon (Drachenhöhle)
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inside the Drachenhöhle
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german grave in the cave
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german soldier in a cave near Craonne
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map of the chemin des dames
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near Craonne
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german soldiers on the chemin des dames
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village of Soupir on the far west side of the chemin des dames, april 1917
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between Cerny and Ailles, 6 july 1917
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shelling near Craonne 1917
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>>2938494
WTF?
whats the story here?
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>>2938892
hollywood garbage is the story
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>>2923921
HAHAHA THAT GYNO
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>>2938531
>me in the far left lower corner
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>>2938892
Jesus fucking christ you're retarded
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The Battle of Cantigny, fought 20–31 May 1918 was the first American battle and offensive of World War I. The U.S. 1st Division, the most experienced of the five American divisions then in France and in reserve for the French Army near the village of Cantigny, was selected for the attack.

The advancing American infantry was aided by 10 Schneider tanks of the French 5th Tank battalion. The French provided air cover, 368 heavy guns, trench mortars, tanks, and flamethrowers.

Here, the French Tank Schneider AS*1 Number 61383 3rd Battery, nicknamed "JEAN FILE II" (a word play that can be translated as "I Screw You"). The camel painted on the flank is the emblem of the 3rd Battery.
The tank commander is the First-Lieutnant Dubois and is sitting on the tank (far right) with the other crew members.
In front of the tank , a bunch of french officers and two estafettes (dispatch rider) of the 1st US Division soldiers. The two US soldiers fluently spoke french and were assigned to ensuring liaison with the companies of the US 28th Infantry Regiment.
The US soldier wounded in the arm is David Lessard and the second is Vincent Thiriot. Between the two: Captain Noscereau, commander of the Tank Group AS *5 (AS stands for Special Artilery).

This tank, protecting the US infantry behind it, destroyed four german machine-gun nests near the cemetery of Cantigny.
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Cantigny, 1st US DIV and French tanks
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Ypres, Belgium, august 1918
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Welsh National Memorial Park, Langemark-Poelkapelle, Belgium
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320mm railway gun
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>>2941354
A guy from my home town was in the unit that captured Big Bertha.
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>>2941355
seriously.. imagine what the dudes buttcrack smelled like right then.
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the following should be posted on /k/ but anyways:

canon in the picture >>2941354 is not a 'big bertha' nor a captured german railway gun. It's a french canon manned by the french and made by the manufacturer Schneider (it sounds german but still french) in Le Creusot, France

German 'Big Berthas' were 12 canons mostly used to bomb the forts around Liege in Belgium and Big Bertha is a nickname for a super 420mm howitzer siege weapon called in german "Dicke Bertha". Out of the 12 canons, 2 were captured by US troops, brought to the US, put on display at the United States Army Ordnance Museum and scrapped after ww2

Big Berthas did NOT bomb Paris, the job was done by the " Pariser Kanone ", officially named Kaiser Wilhelm Geschütz ("Emperor William Gun") known in France as "Berthas" and thus commonly mistaken with "Dicke Bertha". Three canons were manufactured and they fired on Paris from March 23 to August 9, 1918, killing 256. None of the Paris Guns fell into the hands of the Allies who had to content themselves with recovering the carriages. One spare mounting was captured by American troops near Chateau-Thierry, but no gun was ever found.


>>2942708
which unit? Did he captured one of the two big berthas that were later sent in the US or did he found a Paris Gun carriage?


genuine Big Bertha:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltCiL08dcgA

genuine Paris Gun:
pic attached. A "Paris Gun" during the final tests in the presence of the Kaiser, Altenwalde, Germany, January 1918

utter shit:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1WE9tT8AiU (not a Big Bertha, not a railway gun that bombed Paris)
https://fr.pinterest.com/pin/363806476125201233/ (not a Big Bertha and not a 'German' Railway Gun but a french Schneider gun probably seized in 1940, rest is true)
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>>2943174
Its a long story and I wont go into it here, but his daughter pointed him out to me in a photo once. Pretty sure it was an actual Bertha.
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the trashcan-shaped fireplace ?
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>>2938531
I really hate the colorized ones, they look fake and destroy the authenticity and honesty of the picture, and all that to appeal to millenial imbeciles.
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>>2942443
What gun is that crew setting up?
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>>2957395
If done right, it tells you something you wouldn't otherwise learn. And it's a fictive representation just like it otherwise is - although the mapping of black and white pictures is honest and in colorised pictures everything is up to it's painter.

Just realise it's trying to give you the idea of being there, rather than a genuine image. I find them enjoyable like that.
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>>2957437

Found it dude

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_d%27Infanterie_de_37_modèle_1916_TRP
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>>2920732

>The great rule of conduct for us, in regard to foreign nations, is, in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connexion as possible. So far as we have already formed engagements, let them be fulfilled with perfect good faith. Here let us stop.

>Europe has a set of primary interests, which to us have none, or a very remote relation. Hence she must be engaged in frequent controversies, the causes of which are essentially foreign to our concerns. Hence, therefore, it must be unwise in us to implicate ourselves, by artificial ties, in the ordinary vicissitudes of her politics, or the ordinary combinations and collisions of her friendships or enmities.

>Our detached and distant situation invites and enables us to pursue a different course. (...) It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world; so far, I mean, as we are now at liberty to do it; for let me not be understood as capable of patronizing infidelity to existing engagements. I hold the maxim no less applicable to public than to private affairs, that honesty is always the best policy. I repeat it, therefore, let those engagements be observed in their genuine sense. But, in my opinion, it is unnecessary and would be unwise to extend them.

George Washington
United States - September 17, 1796
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Bump <3
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>>2939273
Fell for the B8
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why it is called world war when not all countries war
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>>2933086
wow, an actual non postage stamp sized picture of princip. it's got to be reenacted.
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>>2939273
Was it autism?
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If you want to hear more about WW1, I would recommend the "Blueprint for Armageddon" series from Dan Carlin's podcast "Hardcore History". 6 episodes, 4 hours each.
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Verdun, The Voie Sacrée ("Sacred Way")
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Verdun, Fort de Vaux, November 1916
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Verdun, german infantry advancing towards Haumont Forest on the first day of the battle, 1916
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Verdun, shell casings fired by french artillery
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Gallipoli Landing
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>>2937787
That crater is still there
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>>2938523
damnit julian
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>>2964900
checked on google earth, still there, but it seems that pictures of the crater are non existant. Is the place open for visits by the public like the Lochnagar crater?
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>>2942716
The smell of rotten flesh could be smelled kilometers away from the battlefield.
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Gallipoli Campaign
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Macedonian Front
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>>2969696

....your having a dilemma! ...an out of context moment, unrelated to the set of circumstances or facts that surround a particular event / etc.
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>>2971675
Did x actually post a fag image
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>>2957395
I like colorized pics, but sometimes the colours do kill a photograph
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>>2920732
awesome thread
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This thread shall not die
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>>2963971

If this is really Verdun, where is Emily Blunt?
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>>2971675

Was this considered docking in the early 1900's?
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>british teeth
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>>2971675
>german and french soldier
french and british maybe
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>>2996630
such a fucking change from early war to late war.
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>>2998105
Four years of war will do that. Also going from an all volunteer army to conscription
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>>2932997
kek'd
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Kragujevac Mutiny, 1918
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>>3005504
RIP

British & German soldiers of WW1 declare an informal truce and play a match of football between trenches on Christmas day, 25th December 1914
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>>3005506
Those are reenactors you fucking dolt
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/24/wwi-christmas-truce-anniversary_n_6356708.html
The complete absence of snow should be a fucking clue but if you couldn't tell it was a modern photograph something is wrong with you
Is posting a totally inaccurate pic and calling it the 'Christmas Truce" some kind of meme now?
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>>3005509
Not him. Also, every christmas truce pics were taken during unofficial truces here and there. There is no photograph of the football match that happened during christmas truces whatsoever
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What a nice thread...i was just going through all the pictures. Now i know why they called it the Great War.
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Text means: "Death in Flandern: People stop, I can't anymore"
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>>2957395
>millenial imbeciles
How smug were you while you were writing that garbage?
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>>2957395
>muh 1930's
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Here are OC photographs taken at Vauquois, France.

During World War 1, Vauquois was the site of violent mine warfare, also in connection with the Battle of Verdun (1916). From 1915 to 1918, French and German tunneling units fired 519 separate mines at Vauquois, and the German gallery network beneath the village hill (the Butte de Vauquois) grew to a length of 17 kilometres (11 mi). Vauquois was completely destroyed and many huge craters and dugouts remain.

https://www.verdun14-18.de/en/at-vauquois/
http://www.battleguide.net/webb/vauquois.htm
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>>3010647
Here was the church of Vauquois
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Here was the city hall of Vauquois
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entrance to a tunnel on the geman side of the hill
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>>3012202
This is my favourite Slipknot album cover.
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>>2984863
Maybe. All these guys in the trenches... One breath away from death. There had to be some dick sucking going on.
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>>2984863
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Out of this thread queens
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>>3005509
what a cunt you are.
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>>3014710

I didn't know Russian troops fought at the Somme.
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>>3014818
Eight million horses died during the war.
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>>3014710
This file name is from some stupid British tabloid. I remember changing the file name when i downloaded the pic.
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>>3015346
Can someone identify the gun? Gewehr 98?
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>>3015580

Karabiner 98b or Nazi era refurbished Gewehr 98.
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>>3012727
I'm no queen however, the odds lean toward sucking dick. I could die any moment, why not nut?
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>>3015831
Whatever Mr. Cocksmoker
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For when WW2 thread?
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German soldier with gas mask, Ypres
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Snow Bound German Trench on the Somme
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Germans In Philippeville 1914
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This image is from a German source and shows a well constructed trench in Eastern France, possibly the Vosges, during the early period of the war
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This extraordinary image shows an early war German position on the Western Front during the winter of 1914-15
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Two wounded soldiers enjoying refreshments from Red Cross outpost station at Chatel Chehery, Argonne Forest, Ardennes, France. October 10, 1918.
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>>2933085
nice one
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Wounded french soldiers blinded by poison gas during the 2nd Battle of the Marne in July 1918 are led to the rear front. Behind them a british soldier (probably english)
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Fismettes, Marne, on the 18 September 1918. A french soldier walks in a street (photograph by Raoul Berthelé)
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Fismettes, Marne, on the 18 September 1918. Body of a german soldier (photograph by Raoul Berthelé)
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Fismettes, Marne, on the 18 September 1918. Bodies of 2 german soldiers (photograph by Raoul Berthelé)
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Stereoscopic film of a group of french artillery observers, in the Marne
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Sommepy-Tahure, Marne. American Monument of Blanc-Mont. In the foreground, the remain of a german trench
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Bodies being identified by two frenchmen near Reims, Marne, in July 1918. German soldiers are gathered in the right row, french ones on the left
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A french soldier at Mont Tetu, near Massiges, Marne [undated]
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>>3023523
the original caption says the body is german however by looking closely at the footwear it appears he is much likely french: puttees and boots mod. 1917
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>>2969693
that dudes face looks like nomansland from above
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>>3015346

Lassiegoestowar.jpg
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Perthes, Marne. Wood No 4 on the 5 of May 1916
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Day of remembrance this thread' page 10 not on my watch...
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GSTQ
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>>3014817

Swiss soldiers in the alps
photo taken before the war
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>>3028352
Something's seriously up there. It looks more like the 3D "maps" they would dig to familiarize the troops with.
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>>3014724
103rd (Tyneside Irish) Brigade
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>>3031771
It looks like although this is not a scale model of a trench system.
Also you can spot in the mine crater in center around 6 men standing next to a dugout who seems to be looking straight at the aircraft
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Really good thread. Went through in its entirety in one sitting
t- a french
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>>3031382
George V was King of England from 1910 until 1936.
Elizabeth II became Queen in 1952 well after the Great War.
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>>2957395
Colorizing dates back to the earliest days of photography, and it's not like they're destroying the originals.
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>>2961597
Not the guy who posted it, but its real, except that apparently its not Princip, but some other dude who was mistaken for the shooter at the scene.
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>>2938521
oh neat. i have two brand new pairs of those wool pants the canadians are wearing, still in the wrappings, fresh and soft and that very same shade of brown. i wear anotger pair canoeing all the time. best made, softest, and warmest pants ive ever owned. good shit maynard. neat to see such an old photo of the guys wearing them way back then.
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>>3026155

There are a lot of diseases that can do that, anon, modern medicine solves a lot of that.
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>>2938494
a man with Botox is even worse then an old lady with a moustache.
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>>3014703
just a weird picture...try to do that on purpose...it will never succeed.
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>>3023531
they have not been looted?
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A German Air Force Officer sits on a dead wild boar outside a house where he is stationed on the Western Front in 1918
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>>2942443
wow sure looks like the forest argonne
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