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35th Coast Artillery loading  railroad gun 35th Coast Artillery loading railroad gun
U.S. Troops of the 35th Coast Artillery loading a mobile railroad gun, 13.9 inches caliber, on the Argonne front. Baleycourt, France. September 26, 1918. Lt. Richard W. Sears. (Army)
 
 
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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 troops move into Forest of Argonne American troops move into Forest of Argonne
American troops going forward to the battle line in the Forest of Argonne, France. September 26, 1918.
 
 
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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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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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Canadian soldiers on tank 1918 Canadian soldiers on tank 1918
Soldiers from the 5e Canadian regiment cavalry return from the Western front on top of tank, France 1918.
 
 
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Canadian tank and soldiers, Vimy Canadian tank and soldiers, Vimy
Canadian tank and soldiers move into enemy lines in the "Battle of Vimy Ridge" was one of the opening battles in a larger British campaign known as the "Battle of Arras" during the First World War. Vimy, France. 1917.
 
 
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Canadian Tank at the Western front Canadian Tank at the Western front
Canadian Tank at the Western front after battle, France 1918.
 
 
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French "37" in firing position Dieffmatten, Germany French "37" in firing position Dieffmatten, Germany
French "37" in firing position on parapet in second-line trench. This gun has a maximum range over one mile and is more accurate than a rifle and is capable of firing 28 rounds a minute. Dieffmatten, Germany. June 26, 1918. Cpl. Allen H. Hanson. (Army)
 
 
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French 320mm rail gun fires at German line French 320mm rail gun fires at German line
Night firing of a French 320mm rail gun during a night bombardment at the German front line.
 
 
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French rail cannon fire at German lines French rail cannon fire at German lines
Discharge of a huge French cannon caught by the camera just as the projectile left for the German lines. The gunners have stuffed their fingers into their ears to protect them from noise of explosion. Ca. 1918.
 
 
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French tank moves to German line French tank moves to German line
Tank ploughing its way through a trench and starting toward the German line near Saint Michel, France.
 
 
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German soldiers standing next to tank German soldiers standing next to tank
German soldiers standing around a German tank as other soldiers work on it.
 
 
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Hatches open in "Whippet" tank Hatches open in "Whippet" tank
The skipper and gunner of a "whippet" tank, with the hatches open. Americans northwest of Verdun, France. 1918.
 
 
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U.S. Two-man tank, Ford Motors U.S. Two-man tank, Ford Motors
Front view of the two-man tank manufactured by the Ford Motor Company, 1918.
 
 
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