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France. c. 1918. British Army Royal Engineers building a new railway. (Donor British Official Photograph D360). Australian War Memorial image H08925

One of the most powerful images of the First World War I've ever seen

Août 1917, au Palais Royal, deux ménagères revenant du marché.Lieu : Paris Photo Auguste Golden

ANZAC DAY. In rememberance of all my family past & present,who have served, fought, defended and died for this family and this country. Australian Soldier.

engagement militaire dans les troupes coloniales-....réépinglé par Maurie Daboux .•*`*•. ❥

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

A group of Officers (Royal Engineers) at the Barracks in Waterford. April 6th, 1915. S)

The last major eruption of Vesuvius happened during World War II, as seen in this photograph by the great British photographer and Magnum founder member, George Rodger (Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

VBL (Vehicule Blindé Léger) french "Light Armoured Vehicle"

Harry Cobby was an Australian pilot in World War I. He was the Australian Flying Corp’s top “fighter ace” with 29 victories.