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Rows of captured British tanks in the German tank workshops at Charleroi, December 1917

Rows of captured British tanks in the German tank workshops at Charleroi, December 1917

British Mark IV tanks in mass production at the Oldbury Carriage Works in WWI. 1918. [945 × 641] - Imgur

British Mark IV tanks in mass production at the Oldbury Carriage Works in WWI. 1918. [945 × 641] - Imgur

World War I - Trenches could be hundreds of miles long, and would require constant upkeep.

Never-Before-Published Photos Show What WWI Trench Warfare Really Looked Like

World War I - Trenches could be hundreds of miles long, and would require constant upkeep.

GERMAN ARMY EASTERN FRONT RUSSIAN POLAND (Q 23812)   An artillery post with a 150mm Howitzer, S.F.H. 13 in the Dneister . Forest. WW I

GERMAN ARMY EASTERN FRONT RUSSIAN POLAND (Q 23812) An artillery post with a 150mm Howitzer, S.F.H. 13 in the Dneister . Forest. WW I

A German soldier holds a camera, standing in front of a destroyed British Mark IV tank and the burned remains of its crew in 1917. One fails to realize the achievement this is, considering when tanks were first used in the WWI, the German army had no weapon to stop it.  France, 1917  ~ Vengeance_Lord

A German soldier holds a camera, standing in front of a destroyed British Mark IV tank and the burned remains of its crew in 1917. One fails to realize the achievement this is, considering when tanks were first used in the WWI, the German army had no weapon to stop it. France, 1917 ~ Vengeance_Lord

World War I in Photos: Technology - Obice da 305/17, a huge Italian howitzer, one of fewer than 50 produced during the war. (National Archive/Official German Photograph of WWI)

World War I in Photos: Technology

World War I in Photos: Technology - Obice da 305/17, a huge Italian howitzer, one of fewer than 50 produced during the war. (National Archive/Official German Photograph of WWI)

WW1 by Numerius, via Flickr British Royal artillery digs out a 18 pounder from the mud.WW I

WW1 by Numerius, via Flickr British Royal artillery digs out a 18 pounder from the mud.WW I

The Holt gas-electric tank, the first American tank, in 1917. The Holt did not get beyond the prototype stage, proving too heavy and inefficient in design. (AP Photo)

The Holt gas-electric tank, the first American tank, in 1917. The Holt did not get beyond the prototype stage, proving too heavy and inefficient in design. (AP Photo)

American soldiers of the 89th Infantry Division pose with their tractor-drawn artillery in front of the largest Zeppelin hangar in Germany during the Occupation of the Rhineland, 1918. chubachus:http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/cdm/ref/collection/bml/id/16

American soldiers of the 89th Infantry Division pose with their tractor-drawn artillery in front of the largest Zeppelin hangar in Germany during the Occupation of the Rhineland, 1918. chubachus:http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/cdm/ref/collection/bml/id/16

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