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Foto na História: Armadura da Primeira Guerra Mundial

WWI Brewster Body Armour - Developed by Dr Guy for the United States army

Machine Guns of WWI: SADJ Commemorates the 100th Anniversary of World War I

Bergmann / Schmeisser submachine gun (Germany) Caliber Luger / Parabellum Weight kg empty Length (stock closed/open) 815 mm Barrel length 200 mm Rate of fire 450 rounds per minute Magazine capacity 32 or 20 rounds Effective range meters

The lack of soldiers in this photo could imply that the survivors of a charge are returning to their trench after going "over the top."

British soldier advance across barbed wire in No Man's Land (kink in hip after a day of that)

Strange Victorian World

Strange Victorian World

Jeffrey Harp - Victorian Surrealism - Surrealism Today░▒▓►ღ╮↞🖤🖤🖤↠

French Railway mounted cannons during World war One 1916

French Railway mounted cannons during World war One Chemin de fer français…

Oficial, 38º Dufferin Fusileros de Canada, 1914.

Soldados Canadienses 1ª Guerra Mundial.

Oficial, 38º Dufferin Fusileros de Canada, 1914.

Once Upon a Time in War: Colonel Philips R. Robertson making his way through flooded trenches at Bois Grenier after toruing his unit’s positions/1915

January 1915 Colonel Philip R. Robertson, commanding officer of the Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) returning from a tour of his unit's positions in waterlogged trenches at Bois Grenier, France.

1914 and World War One: German troops advance cautiously through enemy territory. Note their spike helmets, identifying them as German, ca. 1914-15.

1914 and World War One: German troops advance cautiously through enemy territory. Note their spiked helmets, identifying them as early-war combatants, ca.

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