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Background imageWorld War I Collection: Battle of the Somme 1918

Battle of the Somme 1918
Painting of British soldiers in the trenches at the Battle of the Somme on the Western Front in France during World War I in 1918

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Japanese warship Hiei - Kongo Class Battlecruiser

Japanese warship Hiei - Kongo Class Battlecruiser
Hiei - warship of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War I and World War II. Designed by British naval architect George Thurston

Background imageWorld War I Collection: UVF - Ulster Volunteer Force Poster

UVF - Ulster Volunteer Force Poster
Notice posted by the Ulster Volunteer Force intending to quell speculation that its founding was a direct violent challenge to those of differing views within Ulster

Background imageWorld War I Collection: H. M. S. Warspite

H. M. S. Warspite
An overhead view of H.M.S.Warspite during the Battle of Cape Matapan. Warspite was a veteran British Queen Elizabeth class battleship which had taken part in the Battle of Jutland in World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Salvation Army / Wwi

Salvation Army / Wwi
World War I poster requesting the public to donate food and supplies to the Salvation Army who will distribute to soldiers fighting in France

Background imageWorld War I Collection: At the Front - World War One recruitment poster

At the Front - World War One recruitment poster
Recruitment poster during World War I featuring a dramatic picture of horses pulling guns rearing up in fright at a shell explosion just a few feet away

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Battle of Arras 1917

Battle of Arras 1917
Scene on the newly captured Fampoux Road with a ditched tank and soldiers at the Battle of Arras on the Western Front in France during World War I in April 1917

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Rejected by the Inventions Board IX - Heath Robinson

Rejected by the Inventions Board IX - Heath Robinson
The Pilsener Pump for tapping the enemys beer; another hilariously convoluted contraption to foil the enemy during World War I from William Heath Robinson

Background imageWorld War I Collection: RMS Caronia - Cunard Line

RMS Caronia - Cunard Line - launched in 1904 - scrapped in 1932. The start of World War I caused her to be requisitioned as an armed merchant cruiser

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Piper Daniel Laidlaw V. C

Piper Daniel Laidlaw V. C
Piper Laidlaw won the V.C. at Loos (World War I) on 25th September 1915: During the worst of the bombardment, seeing that his company was somewhat shaken from the effects of gas

Background imageWorld War I Collection: German trench attack WWI

German trench attack WWI
German soldiers attacking out of a trench during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: No Fear

No Fear
A curmudgeonly workman, balanced precariously on a chimney, looks at an aircraft during World War I and mutters, " Blowed if I d risk my bloomin neck"

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Machine gun diagrams

Machine gun diagrams
Full page diagrams and illustration showing the workings of the Hotchkiss and Lewis machine-guns, used widely by the British army during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland

The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland
The Easter Rising also known as the Easter (or Irish ) Rebellion and referred to erroneously in some contemporary British reports as the Sinn Fein Rebellion - an armed insurrection staged in Ireland

Background imageWorld War I Collection: St Pauls Cathedral EAW011371

St Pauls Cathedral EAW011371
ST PAULs CATHEDRAL, London. Aerial view. In this photograph of October 1947 the Cathedral still survives, but the widespread devastation caused by bombing during the Second World War is apparent in

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Liverpool, 1946 EAW001911

Liverpool, 1946 EAW001911
LIVERPOOL. Aerial view, 12th July 1946, showing the area around the five way junction of Duke Street, Hanover Street and Paradise Street (the former Sailors Home, now demolished)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Tango, 1912. Dance originating in Argentina that

Tango, 1912. Dance originating in Argentina that was introduced in Europe after World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: RMS Megantic - White Star Line

RMS Megantic - White Star Line - launched in 1908 - scrapped in 1933. The ship was attacked by a German U-boat during World War I, but survived. After his arrest in Canada, Dr

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Red Cross nurse

Red Cross nurse
On Service. Portrait of a Red Cross nurse from World War I Date: 1916

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Battle of Vimy Ridge 1917

Battle of Vimy Ridge 1917
Scene on newly won ground near Feuchy crossroads during the Battle of Arras. 18 pounders in the open, infantry coming down and a tank going up

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WORLD WAR I (1914-1918). Poster USA BONDS Third Liberty Loa

WORLD WAR I (1914-1918). Poster USA BONDS Third Liberty Loan Campaign. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA (1917), by Joseph Christian Leyendecker (1874-1951). Edited by the government of the United States

Background imageWorld War I Collection: German helmet WWI

German helmet WWI
One of the many steel helmets from World War I which farmers still find when they are ploughing their fields

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Christmas truce WWI

Christmas truce WWI
British and German soldiers meeting in No Mans land during an unoffical truce at Christmas. British troops included the Northumberland Hussars

Background imageWorld War I Collection: World War I recruitment poster

World War I recruitment poster
Poster produced by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee during World War I, depicting a typical British Tommy in uniform with bayonet fixed, calling across from France to England for more volunteers

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Battle of Cambrai 1917

Battle of Cambrai 1917
Tank trains standing at Plateau Station awaiting despatch to detraining railheads at the Battle of Cambrai on the Western Front in France during World War I in November 1917

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Christmas Day 1914

Christmas Day 1914
Fraternisation between German and English soldiers on Christmas Day 1914 on the Western Front in France during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Well, if you knows of a better ole, go to it

Well, if you knows of a better ole, go to it
Ttwo soldiers stuck in a trench, during a battle in World War One. This famous illustration for The Bystander was by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather (1888-1959)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Female munitions workers. By Fortunio Matania

Female munitions workers. By Fortunio Matania
As it became clear there would be no decisive swift victory for either side in World War I, the constant demand for munitions increased

Background imageWorld War I Collection: King Victor Emmanuel III

King Victor Emmanuel III
Photographic portrait of Victor Emanuel III, King of Italy (1869-1947). A constitutional monarch, he defied parliamentary majorities in bringing Italy into World War I on the side of the Allies

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Lords Cricket Ground as a Goose Farm, 1915

Lords Cricket Ground as a Goose Farm, 1915
Photograph showing the pitch and pavilion of Lords Cricket Ground, during the grounds use as a farm for rearing geese in World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Admiral Philip Louis Vian

Admiral Philip Louis Vian
A portrait of Admiral Philip Louis Vian, Commander-in-Chief, Royal Navy Home Fleet. Born in 1864, Vian had served on several Royal Navy ships during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Silence sign outside Charing Cross Hospital

Silence sign outside Charing Cross Hospital
A Quiet for the Wounded sign for traffic hanging outside Charing Cross Hospital in London during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Ambulance

Ambulance
A 12-15 horsepower FIAT motor ambulance equipped with two stretchers, and greatly in demand by the Red Cross during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: V Beach at Gallipoli WWI

V Beach at Gallipoli WWI
A View of V Beach taken from the SS River Clyde at Gallipoli during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey & allies

Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey & allies
Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey (1844 - 1918), pictured with Kaiser Wilhelm II, the King of Bulgaria and Franz Joseph of Austro-Hungary; the four rulers of the Central Powers in World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey & allies

Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey & allies
Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey (1844 - 1918), pictured with Kaiser Wilhelm II, and Franz Joseph of Austro-Hungary; the three emperors of the Central Powers in World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Design by Bruce Bairnsfather

Design by Bruce Bairnsfather
Design by the famous World War I Bystander cartoonist, Bruce Bairnsfather for what looks like a club or restaurant menu or invitation

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Italian Alpini climbing Monte Adamello

Italian Alpini climbing Monte Adamello
Italian Alpini troops forming a zig-zag line as they ascend Monte Adamello during their Alpine struggle against the Austrians in World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Cunard Line poster

Cunard Line poster
Poster advertising the Royal Mail four screw steamers of the Cunard Line shipping line, Lusitania and Mauretania, the finest, fastest and largest steamers in the world

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Ruins of Ypres

Ruins of Ypres
Ruins of the cloth hall in Ypres, Belgium on the Western Front during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Battle of Passchendale

Battle of Passchendale
60 pounder guns in action near Langemarck, Belgium in the first Battle of Passchendale during World War I on 12th October 1917

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Women workers, World War I

Women workers, World War I
British women aeroplane workers in the Midlands, acetylene welding frame lugs for planes during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Florrie Forde music hall singer 1875-1940

Florrie Forde music hall singer 1875-1940
Florrie Forde (Flora Flanagan) born in Australia, music hall singer known for popular chorus songs, pantomime principal boy. Sang ?It?s a long way to Tipperary? in World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Middle Europe Map

Middle Europe Map
Map of Middle Europe from after the Vienna Congress until the start of World War I (1815 - 1914)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WW1 - Lords Cricket Ground used as a Goose Farm, 1915

WW1 - Lords Cricket Ground used as a Goose Farm, 1915
Photograph showing the pitch of the Marylebone Cricket Ground (Lord s), during the grounds use as a farm for rearing geese in World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Sikhs of the Indian Army in France during World War I

Sikhs of the Indian Army in France during World War I
Sikhs of the Indian Army on the march in France during World War I. Date: 1914

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Lance Corporal Rendle VC speaking at Grampound, Cornwall. 18th May 1915

Lance Corporal Rendle VC speaking at Grampound, Cornwall. 18th May 1915
Lance Corporal Rendle VC speaking to a crowd of people at Grampound in front of the post office during World War One. " I will willingly go back and fight for these women and children

Background imageWorld War I Collection: German flamethrower WWI

German flamethrower WWI
German flamethower in action on the Western Front during World War I



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