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d'aïeux & d'ailleurs ‏@daieux dailleurs  #1J1P Janvier Février (sic), vu sur le monument de #Josselin #Morbihan http://www.memoiredeshommes.sga.defense.gouv.fr/fr/ark:/40699/m005239e83854aa9 … #1GM pic.twitter.com/oLI5nVNqdt

d'aïeux & d'ailleurs ‏@daieux dailleurs #1J1P Janvier Février (sic), vu sur le monument de #Josselin #Morbihan http://www.memoiredeshommes.sga.defense.gouv.fr/fr/ark:/40699/m005239e83854aa9 … #1GM pic.twitter.com/oLI5nVNqdt

WW1 / WW2 British Army Durham Light Infantry Hat / Cap Badge

WW1 / WW2 British Army Durham Light Infantry Hat / Cap Badge

The Honourable Evelina Haverfield founder of the Womens Emergency Corps in 1914 formed the WVR as a uniformed offshoot that same year.It was one of the earliest wartime women's organisations to be founded. The Women's Volunteer Reserve was sponsored by the Marchioness of Londonderry, the Marchioness of Titchfield and the Countess of Pembroke and Montgomery.

The Honourable Evelina Haverfield founder of the Womens Emergency Corps in 1914 formed the WVR as a uniformed offshoot that same year.It was one of the earliest wartime women's organisations to be founded. The Women's Volunteer Reserve was sponsored by the Marchioness of Londonderry, the Marchioness of Titchfield and the Countess of Pembroke and Montgomery.

A Young Rommel proudly poses with his ‘Blue Max’

A Young Rommel proudly poses with his ‘Blue Max’

Elizabeth Arden, Vintage Make-up History

Elizabeth Arden, Vintage Make-up History

6th North Staffordshire Regiment, Burton upon Trent

6th North Staffordshire Regiment, Burton upon Trent

Big Bertha (nicknamed by German troops after Bertha Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach) is the name of a heavy 42-cm (16.5”) howitzer developed by the German armaments manufacturer Krupp at the beginning of the Great War. One of these howitzers was used to destroy the Belgian forts at Liège, Namur and Antwerp.

Big Bertha (nicknamed by German troops after Bertha Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach) is the name of a heavy 42-cm (16.5”) howitzer developed by the German armaments manufacturer Krupp at the beginning of the Great War. One of these howitzers was used to destroy the Belgian forts at Liège, Namur and Antwerp.

Detail - French Fighter's Grave with His Shell-Pierced Helmet. AGerman made PC of a grave made by Germans in honor of an unknown French soldier. "Here rests in peace a French Fighter - August 1, 1916" reads the inscription and they laid his shrapnel torn helmet on the grave.

Detail - French Fighter's Grave with His Shell-Pierced Helmet. AGerman made PC of a grave made by Germans in honor of an unknown French soldier. "Here rests in peace a French Fighter - August 1, 1916" reads the inscription and they laid his shrapnel torn helmet on the grave.

An American G.I. stands next to a downed Me-262, 1945. Un G.I.R.L. américainse tient à côté d'un Me-262 abattu 1945

An American G.I. stands next to a downed Me-262, 1945. Un G.I.R.L. américainse tient à côté d'un Me-262 abattu 1945

SOMME OFFENSIVE WESTERN FRONT 1916 (Q 6219) Battle of the Ancre. Prisoners being bought in near Mailly, 22 November 1916.

SOMME OFFENSIVE WESTERN FRONT 1916 (Q 6219) Battle of the Ancre. Prisoners being bought in near Mailly, 22 November 1916.

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