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Damage suffered by the properties of Wood Street, london following a Zeppelin air raid on 8/9 September 1915.

The damaged done by the Zeppelins would, of course, pale in comparison to Hitler’s Luftwaffe. 

Damage suffered by the properties of Wood Street, london following a Zeppelin air raid on 8/9 September 1915.

The damaged done by the Zeppelins would, of course, pale in comparison to Hitler’s Luftwaffe. 

Source / March 09, 2014 / 48

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A Loyd carrier of the anti-tank platoon of 3rd Battalion, Irish Guards explodes during 30 Corp’s advance up the Eindhoven road at the start of Operation ‘Market-Garden’, 17 September 1944.

A Loyd carrier of the anti-tank platoon of 3rd Battalion, Irish Guards explodes during 30 Corp’s advance up the Eindhoven road at the start of Operation ‘Market-Garden’, 17 September 1944.

Source / March 09, 2014 / 40

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Mon of the 1/7th King’s Liverpool Regiment in the line. La Bassee Sector. 15 March 1918. (55th Division).

Mon of the 1/7th King’s Liverpool Regiment in the line. La Bassee Sector. 15 March 1918. (55th Division).

Source / March 09, 2014 / 38

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Lieutenant Louise Erman of the US Army Nurse Corps throwing her Ju-Jitsu instructor Major Strom during an unarmed combat class.

The Army Nurses were put through rigiours training in preperation for the opening of the second front—Normandy—by the Allies where they would follow the landing forces to help the wounded.

Lieutenant Louise Erman of the US Army Nurse Corps throwing her Ju-Jitsu instructor Major Strom during an unarmed combat class.

The Army Nurses were put through rigiours training in preperation for the opening of the second front—Normandy—by the Allies where they would follow the landing forces to help the wounded.

Source / March 08, 2014 / 1479

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A makeshift grave marker during the Battle of Gincy (which was a smaller battle during the Battle of the Somme), 9 September 1916

A makeshift grave marker during the Battle of Gincy (which was a smaller battle during the Battle of the Somme), 9 September 1916

Source / March 07, 2014 / 34

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Australian troops charge uphill with fixed bayonets during an assault at Anzac Bay/17 Dec 1915

Australian troops charge uphill with fixed bayonets during an assault at Anzac Bay/17 Dec 1915

Source / March 07, 2014 / 89

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Wounded soldiers head for the Austrlian 3rd Battalion dressing station in Shrapnel Gully, Gallipoli/26 April 1915.

Wounded soldiers head for the Austrlian 3rd Battalion dressing station in Shrapnel Gully, Gallipoli/26 April 1915.

Source / March 07, 2014 / 26

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A British soldier of the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, with his Bren gun/1950

A British soldier of the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, with his Bren gun/1950

Source / March 06, 2014 / 80

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