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The real Lawrence of Arabia (Thomas Edward Lawrence) - 1918 colorized
Indian soldiers In Mesopotamia, 1918, during World War I. As other soldiers run for the cover of slit trenches, an Indian Lewis gun team engage an enemy aircraft.
100 years ago: Street scene in Antwerp, Belgium, showing citizens turning out for celebration a few hours after the Germans surrendered and an end of World War I. 11th November 1918
A policeman in San Francisco scolds a man for not wearing a mask during the 1918 Influenza Pandemic, 1918
'Big Nims' of the United States 3rd Battalion, 366th Infantry, Laughing at the Sight of His Comrades with Gas Masks On, 1918
Nurses in their bomb trenches between hospital wards.France. 1918.
Elephant-mounted machine gun, ca. 1914-1918
Paris Waif, 1918. By Lewis Hine, Whose Powerful Photographs Helped Prompt Child Labor Law Reforms In The US.
Philadelphians looking at the new map of Europe after WWI, November 1918
Philadelphians looking at new map of Europe after WWI, 1918
WWI. Protection of monuments during the war. Sandbags protecting the portals of Notre-Dame de Paris in 1918.
World War I German Cavalry Lancer, 1918
Some of the men of the 369th (15th New York). Who won the Croix de Guerre for gallantry in action during WWI 1918.
The Allied crossing of the St Quentin Canal in 1918
Great Grandfather’s brother in WW I (1918)
Germany Surrenders - Wall Street, November 7th 1918
WWI. A Canadian soldier tries to comfort a little Belgian baby, who was hurt and whose mother was killed by an artillery shell. November 1918.
Private Henry "Black Death" Johnson, the latest recipient of the American Medal of Honor, presented for his bravery and gallantry in combat. 1918
World War One, France, 1918 a Radiographer wearing a hazmat suit
16 year old Ned Parfett selling newspapers about the Titanic disaster, London, April 1912 (He was killed by a German bomb during World War 1 on October 29th 1918, exactly 100 years ago)
September 1918. "Shell Shock patients having a happy time fishing and swimming under the walls of the old chateau. These American soldiers are recovering from war neurosis, as the scientists now call the condition that used to be described as 'shell-shock.' " 2200x1654
"Girls deliver ice. Heavy work that formerly belonged to men only is being done by girls. The ice girls are delivering ice on a route and their work requires brawn as well as the patriotic ambition to help." (16 Sept. 1918)
Wall Street in November, 1918 when Germany surrendered
Snow fort built by the Tsar, his daughters and soldiers during captivity in Tobolsk, Siberia 1917-1918
Rows of infected people assembled into warehouses suffering from 1918 Influenza Pandemic. A total of 50-100 million people were killed, c.1918.
Pyramid of WWI captured German helmets at Grand Central, NYC, 1918.
The announcing of the Armistice on November 11, 1918, was the occasion for a monster celebration in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Italian troops enter Trento on 3 November 1918. World War I ended on the Italian front a hundred years ago.
German Soldier lights a cigarette for a wounded English soldier after the Battle of Epehy, 18th September 1918, photo by Lt Thomas K. Aitken, Imperial War Museum
A German soldier in France carrying an MP18, the world's first sub machinegun, one of only a few thousand of the revolutionary weapons produced before the end of the war, Spring 1918
British soldier wearing a gas mask and helmet on the Western Front in France during the World War I in 1918
A line of British troops blinded by tear gas at an Advanced Dressing Station near Bethune, 1918.
French soldiers from the 5th Army pose with soldiers from the American Expeditionary Force in front of a road sign in Boult-aux-Bois, Ardennes, France, 11 March, 1918. (Colorized)
Future President Harry Truman as a Captain, circa 1918
Old woman complaining (and looks like begging for something) to Austro-Hungarian Emperor Charles I during his visit to small town of Labin in Istria (now Croatia), WW1, 1918
Second Battalion of the IX Coast Artillery Corps demonstrating the hollow square formation used in the event of a street riot. New York City, 1918.
Splatter mask worn by British tank gunners during WWI, 1918
Shadows are cast beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, seen from a stable roof, on May 6, 1918.
Red Cross fundraiser. Birmingham, Alabama, May 21, 1918.
The Italian motor torpedo boat MAS 15 in 1918. One hundred years ago, she sank the Austro-Hungarian battleship SMS Szent Istvan.
Guarding the Boston waterfront: sentry patrolling Atlantic Ave., looking for German spies, Boston, 1918
Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, author of the famous poem "In Flanders Fields", with his dog Bonneau (C. 1914-1918)
Three U.S soldiers man a machine gun set up in a railroad shop in Château-Thierry, France, on June 7, 1918 (Colorized)
'Ice Girls' Delivering Blocks of Ice From a Truck, 1918
Four Austro-Hungarian battleships (2 dreadnoughts and 2 pre-dreadnought types) steaming in formation somewhere in Adriatic, WW1, c.1917/1918
Resting troops from the famous "Lost Battalion" near Apremont, France (October 28, 1918)
A Romanian shepherd, 1916-1918
The Minister of Munitions, Winston Churchill, watching the march past of the 47th (2nd London) Division in the Grande Place, Lille. In front of him is the divisions not yet well known (and young) Chief of Staff Bernard Montgomery. October, 1918 (800 x 591 px)
The sinking of SMS Viribus Unitis, the first Tegetthoff-class dreadnought battleship of Austria-Hungary. 01/11/1918
A group of wounded German Army prisoners receiving medical attention at first aid station of U.S. 103rd and 104th Ambulance Companies. The Battle of Saint Mihiel, 12 September 1918.
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