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World War One Soldiers Silhouettes Below Cloudy Skyline At Dusk or Dawn
Soldier reading a book
World War 1. American gun crew from the 23rd Infantry, firing a French 37mm cannon in World War I action in Belleau Wood. June 3, 1918
Bandaged British World War 1 soldiers in a battlefield trench, 1915-1918.
Soldiers fighting at war
WW1 British Army Soldier from France 1918, isolated on white background
World War 1. Somme Offensive. Canadian soldiers fighting at Courcellette, Sept. 15, 1916, around the sugar refinery. Men lobbed bombs from behind the cover of parts of the destroyed refinery. The batt
British WW1 machine gun crew in a front line trench. 1914-18.
World War 1. British forces in Bapaume, France, site of a battle from August 21 through Sept. 3, 1918. Building on the victory of Battle of Amiens, the Allied counter offensive would drive the Germans
American soldiers in front line trench during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, France, World War1. They are about 1200 yards from the German line on Oct. 3, 1918 as they occupy a camouflaged trench abando
Silhouette of US soldiers on a world war one battlefield. Original illustration.
Vector Poster Gas Mask World War 1 Soldier War Propaganda Banner Obey Style
The lone soldier
World War 1. British soldiers celebrating their capture of German trenches at St. Eloi, near Ypres, Belgium. A massive 95,600 pound mine placed in a tunnel under the enemy trenches aided their success
English soldier of the first and second world war with a rifle in a Cape
Soldiers fighting at war
World War 1. Smiling British soldiers enter Lille, France. Photo was possibly taken in Oct. 1918, when British Forces liberated the town after four years of German Occupation.
WWI. Serbia trench position at the crest of a hill. Ca. 1914-18.
British World War 1 soldiers in a front Line trench. 1915-18.
Barbed Wire Cut - Early 1900's WWI postcard depicting Americans going through cut barbed wire with bags of grenades toward Germans.
American soldiers firing a French 37 mm artillery gun in second-line trench. This WWI cannon had a maximum range of a mile and a half. Dieffmatten, Germany. June 26, 1918.
WW1 British Army Soldier from France 1918, isolated on white background
African American WW1 heroes with French medals, Croix de Guerre. 1919. They were awarded for gallantry in Action.
WWI. An Austrian invading column marching through the flat country of Eastern Europe. Ca. 1914-17.
Wounded American WWI Veterans. They are surgical patients at the Base Hospital of Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Florida. Ca. 1918.
Colchester,Essex/England - 07 05 2014:WWI soldiers with rifles
an American World War 1 soldier. 1917-18.
Anti-aircraft machine gun of 101st Field Artillery firing on a German observation plane at Plateau Chemin des Dames, France. WWI. March 5, 1918.
Wild red poppy
Picture posed by U.S. Army Engineer Corps, to illustrate effects of phosgene gas. Photo was taken in France, near front line trenches. WWI. 1918.
American Army troops parading in Perth, Scotland. WWI. 1918.
FRANCE - CIRCA 1900: Yanks in Front Line Trench - Early 1900 postcard depicting Yanks in front line trench watching ‘No Man’s Land’ during WWI in France, circa 1914-1918.
WW1 - Stone Of Remembrance With Helmet
Tankdrome' was a muster zone for tank squadrons on the Western Front. Within easy reach of battle-area tank crews are camped with repair workshops are close at hand. Ca. 1917.
World War 1: Battle of Verdun. French soldiers crawling through their own barbed wire entanglements as they begin an attack on enemy trenches. April-June, 1916.
World War 1. United States Infantryman when fully equipped for field service. Ca. 1917.
A statue of a British WW1 soldier, wearing a Brody helmet and carrying an SMLE (Lee Enfield) .303 rifle with pattern 1907 bayonet fixed.
Soldier in Uniform with Cannon
British and French artillery observers during World War 1. Soldiers use binoculars and one is on a field telephone to communicate with artillery. Ca. 1914-18.
Soldiers on the Western Front.
SPIRIT OF 1917. Marines on a beach, carrying rifles and flags. American World War 1 recruiting poster by Howard Chandler Christy, 1917
World War 1: Battle of St. Mihiel. American troops who have been under fire in France during the first independent American operation of World War 1. Sept. 12-16, 1918.
World War 1 victory parade passing a Triumphal Arch, in New York City, Sept. 10, 1919. The First Division of American Expeditionary Forces wearing trench helmets and full combat gear, marched down Fif
World war one us marine soldier vector illustration freehand clip-art
World War 1: Battle of Verdun. One of the subsurface chambers in fortified Verdun was used as a hospital. The little dog in the foreground refused to be separated from his wounded master. Ca. 1916.
Silhouette of soldiers fighting at war with American flag as a background, vector
Vector illustration of a bright poppy flower. Remembrance day symbol. Lest we forget  lettering.
American Soldier from WWI
Uniforms of nations allied with France in World War 1. 1914-18. Countries include United State, Romania, Britain, Portugal, and Italy.
World war one soldiers 1914
King George V inspects new recruits of the British Army who will soon be sent to the Western Front in France. At right is the Secretary of War, Field Marshal Horatio Kitchener. Ca. 1914-1916.
an American World War 1 soldier. 1917-18.
Dead soldier on the Western Front.
Military PTSD
M. and Mme. Baloux of Brieulles-sur-Bar, France, endured German occupation for four years, greeting American soldiers in the last days of WWI. Nov. 6, 1918.
A French assault on German positions (in foreground trench). As the moving attackers, the French troops are very vulnerable to shots from the entrenched Germans. Champagne, France. WWI. 1917.
Vector illustration of a bright poppy flower. Remembrance day symbol. Remembrance day lettering.
Philadelphia celebrating the armistice ending WWI. Thousands massed on all sides of the replica of the Statue of Liberty on Broad Street on Nov. 11, 1918.
An Australian soldier carrying a wounded comrade during the WWI, Dardanelles Campaign. 1915.

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American WW1 soldier eating from his mess kit. 1917-18.
New York National Guard, silhouetted against the sky as they march to the training camp. WWI. Sept. 5, 1917.
British WWI troops defending the railway line. Melville, France, during the German Spring offensive in the Ypres Salient. April 11, 1918.
Poppy - Red Poppy Flower - symbol of war - for  Remembrance Day / Sunday.
French Infantry firing from a World War 1 trench. 1914-15.
WWI. Dramatic illustration of a British bayonet charge through poison gas. On April 22, 1915, German forces introduced the use of lethal chlorine gas at Ypres, Belgium.
Soldiers wearing WW1 gas masks. L-R: American, British. French, German. 1917-18.
World War 1. Somme Offensive. These French soldiers were bombing (throwing hand grenades) at the German trenches near Maurepas from a range of fifteen yards. They would follow with a bayonet charge to
WWI. Western front battleground has been churned up by shell explosions so that it bears no resemblance to its peacetime appearance. Allied soldiers are in the background. Ca. 1915-18.
WW1 British Army Soldier from France 1918, isolated on white background
The famous Trenches of Death at Diksmuide, Belgium.
TANFIELD RAILWAY MUSEUM. CO DURHAM. ENGLAND. MARCH 18, 2017. Enthusiasts reenact World War 1 weekend at Tanfield Railway Museum. March 18,2017, Tanfield, County Durham, England, UK.
U.S. soldiers of a shore fire control group operating Signal Corps radios. One man cranks the hand generator, while another uses a hand-held radio set. June 6-8, 1944, Normandy, France.
World War 1. Recruiting poster. Another notch, Chateau Thierry-U.S. Marines. U.S. Marines won the Battle of Chateau-Thierry, on July 18, 1918. It was one of the first actions of the American Expeditio
Silhouette group of soldiers in battlefield with Japanese flag as a background. All objects are grouped.
Silhouette of allied soldier of World War 1.  British, American, Australian... 1914 - 1918. Original digital illustration.
Soldier of WW1 in a gas mask hold a rifle
first world war british soldiers in a re-enactment
World War 1. The beaten German Army, retreating back to Germany after the final failure of the 1918 offensives. Sept-Oct. 1918.
American Field Artillery on the Lorraine front in Beaumont, France. An ejected shell case flies through the air as a new shell is put into the breech in the same a second. WWI. Sept. 12, 1918.
German Soldiers at a camouflaged Howitzer during World War 1. 1914-15. Artillery was the major weapon of WW1, accounting for 60% of casualties.
World War 1. The fire of a Russian field battery directed by officers kneeling in the rear of their squads. Probably during either the 1914 or 1916 Russian invasion of East Prussia.
WW1 British soldiers silhouette. Battlefield.
World War 1. German soldiers marching toward Albert, France during the German Offensive of Spring 1918.
World War 1: Meuse-Argonne Offensive. American troops take a break from trench digging during the final Allied battle to drive German armies out of France. U.S. effort took place in the Verdun Sector,
Canadian casualties on the Western Front.
Vintage world war one biplanes and Zeppelin. World War I panzer
Silhouette of a British - United Kingdom soldier of World War 1. On the battlefield in 1914 - 1918. Original digital illustration.
Ramsey, Cambridgeshire, UK - Circa August 2018: WW1 battle scene depicting a mustard gas attack on British troops, depicted by the orange smoke. A solder puts on a gas mask for protection in the smoke
Canadian troops going, over the top, during training near St. Pol, France. WWI. October 1916.
American troops ride on WWI tanks going forward to the battle line in the Forest of Argonne, France. Sept. 26, 1918.
World War 1. British horse sunk to his haunches in the clinging mud of Flanders, during one of the five Battles of Ypres. This coastal region became a mud quagmire in each Fall. In 1914, 1917, and 191
U.S. Soldiers wave from a troop ship embarked for France. WWI. 1917.
Ruined medieval church in Montfaucon, France. The U.S. Army drove the Germans out during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive in WWI. Sept. 26, 1918 to Nov. 11, 1918.
General John Pershing on horseback leading WWI veterans during a parade in New York City, Sept. 1919
Kaiser Wilhelm II inspecting German soldiers in the field during World War 1. Wilhelms WW 1 command role was mostly that of a figurehead, with most power in the hands of Hindenburg and Ludendorff
WW1 French infantry resting with guns and packs placed on the road. Probably 1914. The Western Front armies were very mobile during the first months of the war before the entrenched stalemate of 1915.
WW1 British Army Soldier from France 1918, isolated on white background
World War 1. Open Attack at St. Mihiel. U.S. troops in action during the Battle of St. Mihiel, Sept. 12-16, 1918. Lithograph by Lucien Jonas, 1927.
World War 1 Tanks. British tanks advancing in battle, leaving behind them the dead bodies of Germans who a few minutes before attacked the tank. 1917-18.
World War 1. German machine guns in a trench near Darkehmen in East Prussia. A wounded soldier receives medical attention. Possibly during either the 1914 or 1916 Russian invasion of East Prussia.
WWI. 1915 British recruitment poster depicting a 'happy and satisfied' soldier. Replacements were needed for over 500,000 British casualties (killed, missing, or wounded) first 16 months of WWI.
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