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WW1, 1916. French postcard showing the comfort brought when the soldiers receive…

French postcard showing the comfort brought when the soldiers receive…

WWI, French postcard;"Le Bleu dèbut de la Guerre 1914"

WWI, French postcard;"Le Bleu dèbut de la Guerre 1914"

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French Postcard, WWI “O, France, our mother, never forgets to dry our tears.” A very young-looking soldier from a French African colony is encouraged by a French nun/ nurse

French poster, 1918: Donnez tous à l'Oeuvre du Souvenir de la France à ses marins (Everyone give to the fund for the remembrance of the French sailors.)

France "Everyone to give to fund for the remembrance of the French sailors"

Cantonnements, canonnières de la marine et postes de secours sur le front de Champagne dans le secteur de la 4e armée. – ECPAD

Cantonnements, canonnières de la marine et postes de secours sur le front de Champagne dans le secteur de la 4e armée. – ECPAD

Military WW1: Greetings from the Field - Soldiers Mealtime - German PC (P341) in Collectables, Postcards, Military | eBay

Military WW1: Greetings from the Field - Soldiers Mealtime - German PC (P341)

Military Greetings from the Field - Soldiers Mealtime - German PC in Collectables, Postcards, Military

La lecture idéale.

French Postcards, 1914 1918, Poilus, American History, Frances O'connor, Wwii, Humour, Centenarian, World War I

Hacia 1915. A la luz del día la vida en la trinchera era un tanto tediosa. Los soldados permanecían escondidos a salvo de francotiradores, aviones de combate, artillería pesada, etc. Algunos aprovechaban para descansar y otros leían las cartas que llegaban de sus hogares. Gran Bretaña se esforzó en ofrecer un servicio postal que no tardara más de dos días en ser distribuido entre los combatientes.

Original caption:French soldier receiving mail from home. World War I.

World War 1 Poster  I want my children to see this.  We take so much for granted these days.

"Little Amercans Do your bit. Eat Oatmean-Corn meal mush-Hominy-other corn cereals-and Rice with milk. Save the wheat for our soldiers. Leave nothing on your plate." Poster by Cushman Parker, 1917 on behalf of the United States Food Administration.

WW1, 1916, the Battle of Verdun. French soldiers with a captured German machine gun at Fort Vaux. http://humanbonb.free.fr/Phototheque/images/phototheque/normal/89214540495.jpg

the Battle of Verdun. French soldiers with a captured German machine gun at Fort Vaux.

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