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HILL-Types-of-the-British-Army-Badminton-1914-No-9-Royal-Dublin-Fusiliers

HILL-Types-of-the-British-Army-Badminton-1914-No-9-Royal-Dublin-Fusiliers

Officers' Waist Belt Clasp - Royal Dublin Fusiliers - Superb condition | eBay

Officers' Waist Belt Clasp - Royal Dublin Fusiliers - Superb condition | eBay

Kaiser Wilhelm II strikes a pose. (Commander in Chief of the German armed forces throughout World War I)   "Boys, let’s make like pre-1871 German states and unify"

collective-history: Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm son of Kaiser Wilhelm II strikes a pose.

Royal-Dublin-Fusiliers-Pre-1922-WW1-Original-Cap-Badge

Royal-Dublin-Fusiliers-Pre-1922-WW1-Original-Cap-Badge

Giant World War I German Soldier Crushing Allies

Before photoshop Unidentified German artist A Powerful Collision 1914 Gelatin silver print The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Twentieth-century Photography Fund, 2010 Photo Courtesy: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

4 Original Royal Dublin Fusiliers CDV Cabinet Photos pre 1916-Poole Family-Irish | eBay

4 Original Royal Dublin Fusiliers CDV Cabinet Photos pre 1916-Poole Family-Irish | eBay

Royal Dublin Fusiliers - Page 6 - boards.ie

Royal Dublin Fusiliers - Page 7 - boards.

1918 Royal Dublin Fusiliers officers' uniform including tunic, cap and belt

1918 Royal Dublin Fusiliers officers' uniform including tunic, cap and belt

Royal Dublin Fusiliers celebrating their victory at Wijtschate, June 1917. (Imperial War Museum).

Royal Dublin Fusiliers celebrating their victory at Wijtschate, June (Imperial War Museum).

World War I British Uniform: known for its green color, belt for supplies, and boots- all quite similar to that of the American uniforms.

The nature and use of camouflage in World War One

WWI British Uniform- Just like the American uniform, the color is also dark green. They had utility belts to hold their weapons and combat boots.

Pabluco´s Pub: A 100 años de la Gran Guerra 2da parte

With the shape of the helmets, this photo looks to represent some American Soldiers climbing out of a trench during WWI.

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