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WW1. French statesman Georges Eugene Benjamin Clemenceau resting in a ruined village during a visit to the Somme front. Original Publication People Disc- HCD0400

French statesman Georges Eugene Benjamin Clemenceau resting in a ruined village during a visit to the Somme front.

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Members of the Royal Scots Greys cavalry regiment rest their horses by the side of the road, in France. (National Library of Scotland) World War I in Photos: Animals at War - The Atlantic

Battle of the Somme, 1916. 'En avant', French soldiers going forward.

Battle of the Somme, 'En avant', French soldiers going forward.

ClassicPics ‏@History_Pics King George V at the Battlefield. Western front. 1917 pic.twitter.com/vECGhIOgJ0

On this day in during the third year of World War I, Britain’s King George V orders the British royal family to dispense with t.

WW1: French Marshal Ferdinand Foch became Supreme Commander of the Allied Armies with the title of Généralissime ("Supreme General") in March 1918. He had previously held several high commands in the French Army. The Allied armies under Foch's command ultimately held the advance of the German forces during the great Spring Offensive of 1918 and at the Second Battle of the Marne in July 1918, thus paving the way for Germany's defeat in November of that year.

French Marshal Ferdinand Foch became Supreme Commander of the Allied Armies…

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WW I Veteran Harry Patch. Harry was "The Last Fighting Tommy" to survive the…

Influenza Epidemic of 1918:  During 1918's final four months an extraordinarily virulent influenza strain blazed across the Globe, killing as many as a hundred million people, six-percent of the World's population.     PHOTO:  Naval Training Station, San Francisco, California.  Crowded sleeping area extemporized on the Drill Hall floor of the Main Barracks with sneeze screens erected as a precaution against the spread of influenza.

Naval Training Station, San Spanish Flu Pandemic Pictures: A Crowded Barracks With Beds Seaparated by Sneeze Screens

Oscar of Prussia (1888-1958), prince of the House of Hohenzollern and German general, born in Potsdam (Germany). Ca. 1915.

Oscar of Prussia prince of the House of Hohenzollern and German general, born in Potsdam (Germany).

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