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Flanders, Moses C - State: Washington - Year: 1863
Flanders, C F - State: Washington - Year: 1863
Flanders, M C - State: Washington - Year: 1863
Trench supports. Near Steenvoorde, Belgium

Trench supports. Near Steenvoorde, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

A sign at the front - Near Langemarch - Belgium

A sign at the front - Near Langemarch - Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Church in Voormezeele, Belgium. 4-20-1916

Church in Voormezeele, Belgium. 4-20-1916

British Photographs of World War I

Guard of the 166th Brigade, Bethune, Belgium

Guard of the 166th Brigade, Bethune, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

British Trenches near Ypres, Belgium

British Trenches near Ypres, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Ruined tank used as a roof for a dugout. Zillebeke, Belgium
Scene on Flanders battlefield. 7-31-1917

Scene on Flanders battlefield. 7-31-1917

British Photographs of World War I

Scene on the Flanders Front, Wieltje, Belgium; 1/11/1918
Scene near Passchendaele, Belgium; 1/11/1918

Scene near Passchendaele, Belgium; 1/11/1918

British Photographs of World War I

A silhouette of the Queen of Belgium at the front

A silhouette of the Queen of Belgium at the front

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins at Ypres, Belgium. 8-16-1917

Ruins at Ypres, Belgium. 8-16-1917

British Photographs of World War I

Argyll and Sutherland highlanders near Ypres, Belgium
Threshing wheat, near Winnezeele, Belgium. 9-11-1917
German trenches near Langemarck, Belgium. 6-11-1917

German trenches near Langemarck, Belgium. 6-11-1917

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

Ruins at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins of Cathedral at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

Ruins of Cathedral at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

Ruins at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

British Photographs of World War I

British troops entering Lille, Belgium

British troops entering Lille, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

British Calvary entering Spa, Belgium. 11-29-1918

British Calvary entering Spa, Belgium. 11-29-1918

British Photographs of World War I

Road near Hooge, Belgium. 10-1-1918

Road near Hooge, Belgium. 10-1-1918

British Photographs of World War I

Wire defenses at Zeebrugge, Belgium. 10-23-1918

Wire defenses at Zeebrugge, Belgium. 10-23-1918

British Photographs of World War I

Firing on the Flanders Front. Woesten, Belgium. 8-23-1917
Passing Through Belgium

Passing Through Belgium

Local Accession Number: 286..Description: President Wilson passing through the devestated agricultural districts of Belgium...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Unknown..Size: 7x9..Medium: Print, Sepia..D... more

Baruch and Grayson

Baruch and Grayson

Local Accession Number: 290..Description: Mr. Bernard M. Baruch, Head of the War Industries, and Dr. Cary T. Grayson, special aide and medical advisor to President Wilson at the King's Palace in Brussels, Belgi... more

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Local Accession Number: 291..Description: President Wilson and King Albert leaving the station at Adinkerke...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Unknown..Size: 7x9..Medium: Print, Sepia..Date: 06-18-1919

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Local Accession Number: 985..Description: President Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, near Charleroi, Belgium, where five blast furnaces were set up to replace some of those destroyed by the Germans...Photographer:... more

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Local Accession Number: 1801..Description: President Wilson and King Albert walk alongside the train in Adinkerke...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Unknown..Size: 7x9..Medium: Print, Sepia..Date: 06-18-1919

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, Belgium

Local Accession Number: 985..Description: President Wilson at Marchinnes-au-Pont, near Charleroi, Belgium, where five blast furnaces were set up to replace some of those destroyed by the Germans...Photographer:... more

Passing Through Belgium

Passing Through Belgium

Local Accession Number: 286..Description: President Wilson passing through the devestated agricultural districts of Belgium...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Unknown..Size: 7x9..Medium: Print, Sepia..D... more

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Adinkerke, Belgium Railway Station

Local Accession Number: 291..Description: President Wilson and King Albert leaving the station at Adinkerke...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Unknown..Size: 7x9..Medium: Print, Sepia..Date: 06-18-1919

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Nieuport, Belgium Battlefield

Local Accession Number: 293..Description: President Wilson and Mr. Brand Whitlock on the battlefield at Nieuport, Belgium...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Unknown..Size: 7x9..Medium: Print, Sepia..Dat... more

Brussels, Belgium

Brussels, Belgium

Local Accession Number: 296..Description: President Wilson and King Albert leaving after the President made a speech before the Belgian Chamber of Deputies...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Unknown..Si... more

Inflating propaganda balloons near Bethune, Belgium

Inflating propaganda balloons near Bethune, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Loading a large gun at night. Elverdinghe, Belgium. 8-22-1917
Cabbages being grown near Vimy Ridge, Belgium. 8-15-1918
Ruins at Ypres, Belgium

Ruins at Ypres, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Fourth of July ceremonies near Houthem, Belgium; 7/4/1918
Ruins of the Church at Nieuport, Belgium. 7-30-1917

Ruins of the Church at Nieuport, Belgium. 7-30-1917

British Photographs of World War I

German prisoners in British prison camp. Belgium

German prisoners in British prison camp. Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Scene in the Grande Place - Ypres, Belgium

Scene in the Grande Place - Ypres, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Graves of British Sailors at Ostend, Belgium

Graves of British Sailors at Ostend, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Bringing in wounded Frenchman during the battle of Flanders
British supply station near Dickebusch, Belgium

British supply station near Dickebusch, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Smoke barrage at Dunkerque, Belgium

Smoke barrage at Dunkerque, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins of the Cathedral at Ypres, Belgium; 11/1916

Ruins of the Cathedral at Ypres, Belgium; 11/1916

British Photographs of World War I

Hauling a British out of the mud. Near Zillebeke, Belgium
Chateau Ségard wrecked near Voormezeele, Belgium. 4-30-1916
British troops entering Spa, Belgium. 11-29-1918

British troops entering Spa, Belgium. 11-29-1918

British Photographs of World War I

The King of Belgium at his headquarters at the front
First aid station, near Zillebeke, Belgium

First aid station, near Zillebeke, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

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