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French troops training to use the Hotchkiss machine gun in 1917 at the Instruction Centre, Cambronne, Oise, France, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, © IWM, Q 69510

WWI, 11 August French troops manning a Hotchkiss 1914 machine gun at the instruction centre at Cambronne. ©IWM (Q

A strongman in the French Army lifting a cannon overhead along with three of his comrades astride it, 1917. - Found via Buzzfeed

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I. A strongman in the French army lifting a cannon overhead along with three of his comrades astride it, 1917

"THE GERMAN SPRING OFFENSIVE, MARCH-JULY 1918  part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1918-05-29  The Third Battle of the Aisne. French and British troops awaiting the enemy in the open. North of Courville, 29 May 1918. Note a Hotchkiss machine gun ready to use."

"THE GERMAN SPRING OFFENSIVE, MARCH-JULY 1918 part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1918-05-29 The Third Battle of the Aisne. French and British troops awaiting the enemy in the open. North of Courville, 29 May 1918. Note a Hotchkiss machine gun ready to use."

WW1 French stereo-card shows a Poilu in a smashed position on the Western Front…

French stereo-card shows a Poilu in a smashed position on the Western Front…

World War I. French soldiers in a flooded trench, Western Front, France. December 1915.

World War I. French soldiers in a flooded trench, Western Front, France…

World War I. French soldier (France). Autochrome. Ca. 1918. This is beautiful.

World War I. wearing a color that will stand out, easily targeted if fired upon!

Allied wounded after a battle near Rheims, France, during World War I. Allied soldiers, many wearing slings or medical dressings, pose for the camera. Despite their injuries, most manage to appear cheerful. The British government and military commanders considered it important for morale in Britain that troops were seen to be remaining positive and determined

Allied wounded after a battle near Rheims, France, during World War I.

Nervous and beleaguered German troops file past the body of a French soldier on their way to captivity. Verdun 1916 | by ✠ drakegoodman ✠

Nothing on reverse "Post Card" - "Carte Postale". Nervous and beleaguered German troops file past the body of a French soldier, killed at the edge of a shallow trench at Verdun, sometime towards the end of

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French Postcard, WWI “O, France, our mother, never forgets to dry our tears.” A very young-looking soldier from a French African colony is encouraged by a French nun/ nurse

Verdun

This is a picture of trench ware fare in the battle of verdun.

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