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I love the British army because it has the ability to harbor the most interesting set of peculiar and colourful characters.

Didn’t know that Charles de Gaulle’s daughter was a total babe. 1946.

Didn’t know that Charles de Gaulle’s daughter was a total babe. 1946.

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talesofwar:

French POWs walking away from the front, at the end of the war most of men were happy to be taken as prisoners. It simply meant getting away from the the slaughterhouse. North of France.

The French! Such a proud and storied history of vicious resistance fightingo-O

Google “Verdun” or “Bir Hakeim” before making annoying comments please.

qrf-danger-close:

talesofwar:

French POWs walking away from the front, at the end of the war most of men were happy to be taken as prisoners. It simply meant getting away from the the slaughterhouse. North of France.

The French! Such a proud and storied history of vicious resistance fighting
o-O

Google “Verdun” or “Bir Hakeim” before making annoying comments please.

Austro-Hungarian assault troops (k.u.k. Sturmbatallione). They’re armed with the Austrian zeitzünderhandgranates, their medal handle is attached to their belts. Also notice the flare pistol of the officer in the center. This kind od gun was used to request and adjust artillery support according to the color of the flares.

Austro-Hungarian assault troops (k.u.k. Sturmbatallione). They’re armed with the Austrian zeitzĂĽnderhandgranates, their medal handle is attached to their belts. Also notice the flare pistol of the officer in the center. This kind od gun was used to request and adjust artillery support according to the color of the flares.

French POWs walking away from the front, at the end of the war most of men were happy to be taken as prisoners. It simply meant getting away from the the slaughterhouse. North of France.

French POWs walking away from the front, at the end of the war most of men were happy to be taken as prisoners. It simply meant getting away from the the slaughterhouse. North of France.

tkohl:

Germany circa 1946…life goes on

tkohl:

Germany circa 1946…life goes on

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Austro-Hungarian soldiers in trench on the Italian front during World War I.

Austro-Hungarian soldiers in trench on the Italian front during World War I.

Flag of the 7th Algerian tirailleurs. ww1

Flag of the 7th Algerian tirailleurs. ww1

Ablain church.

Ablain church.

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