A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Austro-Hungarian army executes civilians in Serbia - History of the First World War in 100 ...
Will You Supply Eyes for the Navy?
Will you supply eyes for the Navy? Navy ships need binoculars and spy-glasses. This poster shows a blindfolded officer on the deck of a ship at sea. 1917. The rest of the text on the poster reads: "Gl
Allemagne, L’horreur des Einsatzgruppen, les commandos de la Shoah. Documentary made from raw footage.
Exécution de Mata Hari
WW1, 1916: At the French Front-A Boyau wire-netting barrier; to stop trespassers… WW1, 1916: A l'avant du français une barrière Boyau grillage; pour arrêter les intrus ...
Lilian Rolfe 1914-1945. British spy in WW2, wireless operator, reported on German troop movements, took part in French Resistance missions. Executed at Ravensbruck Concentration Camp.
WWI, English artillery. -http://humanbonb.free.fr/Phototheque/images/phototheque/normal/120211192726.jpg
The hell that was Verdun: Infantrymen of the French 87th regiment "rest" in trench at Hill 34 outside Verdun. The incessant bombardment by both sides changed the battlefield's physical topography.
11 Women Warriors of World War II
Unlike many of the young girl snipers of the Soviet Army, Lyudmila Pavlichenko was an accomplished sharpshooter before joining the military. She was older than the others as well, and was in her fourth year of study at Kiev University when war broke out. The Russian Army sent around 2,000 trained female snipers to the front during the war; only around 500 survived. Pavlichenko had by far the greatest war record of them all, with 309 confirmed kills, including 36 enemy snipers.
Soldiers taking direct hits from a German machine gunner as the ramp drops down for unloading.