WWI: Massed German prisoners of war at a clearing station after the successful Allied offensive near Amiens in Northern France, which began on the August General Ludendorff described it as ‘The Black Day of the German Army’
Back Views [Vues de Dos] Artist: Malick Sidibé (Malian, born Date: 2001 Geography: Mali Medium: Gelatin silver print in original frame of reverse-painted glass, tape, cardboard, string Dimensions: Overall: 8 x 6 in.
Shaun Gladwell, Double Field / Viewfinder (Tarin Kowt), 2009–10.COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND ANNA SCHWARTZ GALLERY AUSTRALIA/ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA/ DONATED THROUGH THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT’S CULTURAL GIFTS PROGRAM/PRIVATE COLLECTION
Pink planes and painted cows: The weird side of World War II
Retronaut - Painting a Cow. “As they were recognised as potential traffic hazards during the Blackouts of World War Two, some farmers took to painting their cows with white stripes so they could be seen by motorists.
Friday 1 July 2016 marked the centenary of the beginning of the Battle of the Somme, the biggest conflict seen on the Western Front during World War I. Here are some of the most arresting photos from the war. Contains graphic images.
The Most Powerful Images Of World War I - Brigadier-General J. Campbell (on bridge) congratulates soldiers of the (North Midland) Division at Riqueval after their successful crossing of the St Quentin Canal
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