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Grande Première Guerre Mondiale soldat allemand boue morts crâne décomposée

Grande Première Guerre Mondiale soldat allemand boue morts crâne décomposée

The Lochnagar Crater in France is the largest man-made crater in the world, 300 feet wide and 90 feet deep. The Lochnagar mine was filled with explosives and detonated on July 1, 1916 as part of the Somme Offensive.

The Lochnagar Crater in France is the largest man-made crater in the world, 300 feet wide and 90 feet deep. The Lochnagar mine was filled with explosives and detonated on July 1, 1916 as part of the Somme Offensive.

Originally known as the Infant Esau, a name that refers to the very hairy biblical grandson of Abraham, Annie Jones first appeared at Barnum’s New York City Dime Museum, where at the age of nine, she was given a contract for an astronomical $150 a week, and put on retainer.

Originally known as the Infant Esau, a name that refers to the very hairy biblical grandson of Abraham, Annie Jones first appeared at Barnum’s New York City Dime Museum, where at the age of nine, she was given a contract for an astronomical $150 a week, and put on retainer.

De verborgen agenda : de nationalistische ideologie te bevestigen.

De verborgen agenda : de nationalistische ideologie te bevestigen.

INDUSTRY DURING FIRST WORLD WAR CHILWELL (Q 30036) Munitions workers paint shells in the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, during the First World War. INDUSTRIE AU COURS DE LA PREMIÈRE GUERRE MONDIALE Chilwell (Q 30036) travailleurs Munitions peinture coquilles dans le Shell national de remplissage en usine à Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, au cours de la Première Guerre mondiale.

INDUSTRY DURING FIRST WORLD WAR CHILWELL (Q 30036) Munitions workers paint shells in the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, during the First World War. INDUSTRIE AU COURS DE LA PREMIÈRE GUERRE MONDIALE Chilwell (Q 30036) travailleurs Munitions peinture coquilles dans le Shell national de remplissage en usine à Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, au cours de la Première Guerre mondiale.

World War I - American prisoners of war and victims of German gas attacks. The eyes are bandaged due to medical reasons.     Première Guerre mondiale - prisonniers de guerre américains et victimes d'attaques de gaz allemands. Les yeux sont bandés pour des raisons médicales.

World War I - American prisoners of war and victims of German gas attacks. The eyes are bandaged due to medical reasons. Première Guerre mondiale - prisonniers de guerre américains et victimes d'attaques de gaz allemands. Les yeux sont bandés pour des raisons médicales.

Mary Elizabeth Bowser (c. 1839-unknown) was a freed slave who worked with Elizabeth Van Lew as a Union spy in Richmond, Virginia during the Civil War. Van Lew sent Mary to the Quaker School for Negroes in Philadelphia in the late 1850s. After graduating, Mary returned to Richmond and continued to work in the Van Lew house. Bowser worked as a domestic servant for Confederate President Jefferson Davis and read documents that were left out in the president's private study, memorizing every word

Mary Elizabeth Bowser (c. 1839-unknown) was a freed slave who worked with Elizabeth Van Lew as a Union spy in Richmond, Virginia during the Civil War. Van Lew sent Mary to the Quaker School for Negroes in Philadelphia in the late 1850s. After graduating, Mary returned to Richmond and continued to work in the Van Lew house. Bowser worked as a domestic servant for Confederate President Jefferson Davis and read documents that were left out in the president's private study, memorizing every word

Première Guerre mondiale soldat blessé.

Première Guerre mondiale soldat blessé.

The body of the unknown soldier was taken from the Cenotaph to Westminster Abbey in a procession led by King George V.  Here the body was buried, and the grave was filled in using soil from the French battlefields.  It  has provided a focus of mourning for people located in the UK ever since.

The body of the unknown soldier was taken from the Cenotaph to Westminster Abbey in a procession led by King George V. Here the body was buried, and the grave was filled in using soil from the French battlefields. It has provided a focus of mourning for people located in the UK ever since.

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