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114th Pennsylvania Infantry officers, Petersburg, Va. 114th Pennsylvania Infantry officers, Petersburg, Va.
Officers of 114th Pennsylvania Infantry in front of Petersburg, Va., August, 1864.
 
 
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23rd Infantry firing at German positions, 1918 23rd Infantry firing at German positions, 1918
Gun crew from Regimental Headquarters Company, 23rd Infantry, firing 37mm gun during an advance against German entrenched positions. 1918.
 
 
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9th Machine Gun Battalion at Chateau Thierry, France 9th Machine Gun Battalion at Chateau Thierry, France
Machine gun set up in railroad shop. Company A, 9th Machine Gun Battalion. Chateau Thierry, France. June 7, 1918. Pvt. J. E. Gibbon. (Army)
 
 
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Aerial view of ruins at Vaux, France Aerial view of ruins at Vaux, France
Aerial view of ruins at Vaux, France, 1918. Edward Steichen (Army Air Forces )
 
 
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America artillery on the Lorraine front America artillery on the Lorraine front
Battery C, 6th Field Artillery fired the first shot for America on the Lorraine front. A shell case flying through the air and a new shell sliding into the breach in the same fraction of a second. Beaumont, France. September 12, 1918. Sgt. J. A. Marshall. (Army)
 
 
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American advance northwest of Verdun American advance northwest of Verdun
American advance northwest of Verdun, the runied church on the crest of the captured height of Montfaucon, this was the condition of the site after the Americans finally drove the Germans out from it. France, 1918. (Army)
 
 
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American ammunition wagon at St. Baussant, France American ammunition wagon at St. Baussant, France
Private Shook trying to move mules hauling an American ammunition wagon stuck in the road, holding up the advance of the whole column at St. Baussant, France. September 13, 1918. Sgt. J. A. Marshall. (Army)
 
 
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American snipers of the 166th Infantry American snipers of the 166th Infantry
American snipers of the 166th Infantry (formerly 4th Inf., Ohio National Guard), in nest picking off Germans on the outer edge of town. Villers sur Fere, France. July 30, 1918. Cpl. R. H. Ingleston. (Army)
 
 
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American soldiers charge "Over the top" American soldiers charge "Over the top"
American soldiers answering the bugle call to charge "Over the top"
 
 
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American soldiers throw hand grenades American soldiers throw hand grenades
American soldiers on the Piave front hurling a shower of hand grenades into the Austrian trenches. Varage, Italy. September 16, 1918. Sgt. A. Marcioni. (Army)
 
 
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Anti-aircraft machine gun, 101st Field Artillery Anti-aircraft machine gun, 101st Field Artillery
Anti-aircraft machine gun of 101st Field Artillery (formerly 1st Massachusetts F.A., New England Coast Artillery), firing on a German observation plane at Plateau Chemin des Dames, France. March 5, 1918. Lt. Edwin H. Cooper. (Army)
 
 
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Artillery position with heavy guns Artillery position with heavy guns
Artillery position with heavy guns and ammunition shells near the Western Front.
 
 
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Australian infantry wearing small box respirators Australian infantry wearing small box respirators
Australian infantry on the front line with small box respirators after gas attack at Ypres, France 1917.
 
 
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Australian soldier bringing in wounded, Anzac Australian soldier bringing in wounded, Anzac
Australian soldier bringing in a wounded comrade to hospital at Anzac, Dardanelles Campaign, 1915.
 
 
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Australian troops charging at Turkish trench Australian troops charging at Turkish trench
Australian troops charging near a Turkish trench just before the evacuation at Anzac. When they got there the Turks had flown. Dardanelles Campaign, 1915.
 
 
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Black and white camouflage uniform Black and white camouflage uniform
Soldier in black and white uniform to conceal him while climbing trees. He stands in front of a house camouflaged to represent a fence and trees. Company F, 24th Engineers. November 14, 1917.
 
 
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Black troops from the 15th Regiment Black troops from the 15th Regiment
Black troops from the 15th Regiment Inf. N.Y.N.G. organized by Col. Haywood, 1918.
 
 
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Blindfolded Jugo-Slavs executed Blindfolded Jugo-Slavs executed
Blindfolded and in a kneeling position, patriotic Jugo-Slavs in Serbia near the Austrian lines were arranged in a semi-circle and ruthlessly shot at a command, Austri'a Atrocities.
 
 
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Bomb craters at Combres Hill, France Bomb craters at Combres Hill, France
Bomb craters at Combres Hill, France. 1917.
 
 
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British guns fire at German front British guns fire at German front
British guns elevated position mobile mount at the German front.
 
 
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British heavy gun near the Western front British heavy gun near the Western front
British heavy gun in action firing at the Western front.
 
 
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British soldier & horse wearing gas masks British soldier & horse wearing gas masks
British soldier and horse wearing gas masks on the front, France 1917.
 
 
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British soldiers in trench under fire British soldiers in trench under fire
Three British soldiers in trench under fire by the Germans.
 
 
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British trench captured by Germans British trench captured by Germans
German soldiers on horseback view the scene of British trench which was captured by the Germans.
 
 
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British troops in bombproof shelter British troops in bombproof shelter
 British troops in bombproof shelter on the frontlines, Dardanelles Campaign. Ca. 1915.
 
 
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British troops move to the front British troops move to the front
British troops marching and waving their helmets on there wat to thr front.
 
 
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British troops move to Western Front British troops move to Western Front
British troops moving up to advanced position in France. Yorkshire regiment advancing at dusk.
 
 
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Canadian troops going "over the top" France Canadian troops going "over the top" France
Canadian troops going "over the top" during training near St. Pol, France. October 1916. Lt. Ivor Castle. Canadian Official. (Army)
 
 
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Chief signal officer testing enemy's telephone Chief signal officer testing enemy's telephone
Lt. Col. R. D. Garrett, Chief signal officer from the 42nd Division testing a telephone left behind by the Germans in the hasty retreat from the salient of St. Mihiel. Essey, France. September 19, 1918. Cpl. R. H. Ingleston. (Army)
 
 
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City in ruins St. Quentin, France City in ruins St. Quentin, France
View of ruins in front of the Cathedral at St. Quentin, France, October 14, 1918. Lt Edward O. Harrs. (Army)
 
 
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