Displaying 1 - 50 of 349 photos from 1918:

American deserters being publicly humiliated in Florient, France on November 5, 1918. During WWI, 2,657 U.S. servicemen were convicted of desertion, with 24 being sentenced to death; all of the condemned were instead commuted to prison terms by President Woodrow Wilson.
John Meintz, an American farmer tarred and feathered by a mob for his German heritage and allegedly not supporting war bond drives, 1918.
One of the many selfies that Emperor Nicholas II took throughout his life, (1868-1918).
U.S. gun crew from Regimental Headquarters Company, 23rd Infantry fires a 37mm gun against German entrenched positions on the first day of the Meuse-Argonne offensive (September 26, 1918)
Multnomah Falls in 1918
A selfie taken by Emperor Nicholas II (1868-1918)
Jubilant crowds in New York celebrating the allied forces victory, 1918.
Canadian troops with a Mark IV tank after the successful Battle of Amiens, August 1918.
2nd Lt. Val A. Browning does the walking fire tactic with a BAR rifle invented by his father John Browning during a demonstration in France (February 1918)
Harry S. Truman as a captain during WWI, 1918.
German troops trying to rescue what looks like a French soldier from sinking in a mud hole. Northern France, 1914-1918.
Rail commuters wearing white protective masks, one with the additional message “wear a mask or go to jail,” during the 1918 influenza pandemic in California.
Three scout girls collect peach pits, which will later be processed to make gas mask filters during World War I. Washington, 1917-1918
Glass worker carrying a tube of rolled glass at Pilkington Glass Ltd of St Helen's, Lancashire, 1918. photo by George P. Lewis
First Lieutenant Ernest Hemingway in his Red Cross uniform, circa 1918
The 1919 book "America’s Munitions 1917-1918" by Benedict Crowell shows the image of the Remington and Winchester shotguns employed by U.S. troops during the Western Front of WWI. The U.S. use of shotguns in WWI caused protests by Germany for their "inhumane" use in combat.
U.S. Marines drives into Argonne Forest, France during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, c. 1918
Human Statue of Liberty made with 18,000 men, Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, 1918
Baseball players wearing masks that they thought would keep them from getting the flu during the influenza pandemic of 1918
Opium Party, France 1918.
A member of the 369th Infantry Regiment (aka “Harlem Hellfighters”) holds a puppy that he saved during World War I, 1918
American soldiers suffering from Shell Shock (PTSD) take up gardening to help them recover from the trauma they suffered on the front lines, Fort McPherson, Georgia, June 25, 1918
British airmen dropping bombs by hand during 1st world war, 1914-1918
A lone soldier admires the beauty of the Alps on the Italian Front of World War I, 1914-1918.
Control room of the German submarine SM UB-110, 1918
Kaiser Wilhelm II and Hetman Skoropadsky of Ukraine at Spa, Belgium August 1918
"Im Schneetunnel auf den Findenig" photo taken from the White War in World War 1 (search for ÖNB: Kriegssammlung - Fotos 1914–1918)
A carrier pigeon being released from a port-hole in the side of a British tank near Albert during the battle of Amiens, 9 August 1918.
Blinded By Gas, British Soldiers Of The 55th Division Hold Onto Each Other At An Advanced Dressing Station, April 1918
American troops in France celebrates the news of the German armistice that stopped WWI 104 years ago today on November 11, 1918
Refugees of the Armenian genocide in Palestine, 1918 .
Unidentified soldier of the First AIF. Most likely taken in Australia, pre-embarkation sometime between 1915 and 1918. Coloured by Me
Group of women arguing with visiting Habsburg Emperor Karl I, (Labin, now Croatia), April 1918
German cavalry lancer patrolling behind front lines while wearing a gas mask, 1918.
German troops marching through the Georgian countryside, German Caucasus Expedition, 1918
British made "Splatter mask" being work by French Tankman, meant to protect the face from Shrapnel, October​ 1918
New recruits, most of them teenagers, at a British army base camp at Etaples, 16 July 1918.
German troops part of the Ostseedivision ('Baltic Sea Division') in Helsinki, Finnish Civil War, 1918 (640 × 437)
Austrian Emperor inspecting his troops in Venetian area, Italy, March 1918
dugout opening for the field telephone exchange of the 1st batalion, 165th infantry near Lunneville, France, March 1918.
Masks and cubicles used in United States of America General Hospital Number 4, Fort Porter, New York, during the Spanish flu pandemic, 1918.
Review of Bohemian Infantry Regiment Nr.88 (mainly Czech) before being sent to frontline of WW1, Trieste, Austria, April 1918
Nicholas II Romanov and his wife, Empress Aleksandra, with their four daughters and son. The tsar was forced to abdicate in 1917 and he and his family were shot and stabbed to death by Bolshevik troops, in 1918, before their bodies were doused in acid and dumped into a mine shaft.
This photograph of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna of Russia and Tsarevich Alexei was taken in May 1918 aboard the ship that ferried them from Tobolsk to Yekaterinburg, Russia. It is the last known photograph taken of them.
British Spy in Damascus 1918
Italian machine gunners in Udine, 1918
Irish Guards’ Band Drummer Boy, with the regiment’s mascot, an Irish Wolfhound circa 1918
May 23, 1918. A German sentry in full equipment in an advanced position on the Western front.
German and Russian soldiers dancing together on the eastern front of WWI after the signing of the Brest-Litovsk treaty, 1918
Armistice celebration, Trafalgar Square London. November 11th, 1918.
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