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

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

British Photographs of World War I

A statue which sprang up in one night. Elle Arreta Le Flot. The Spirit of Belgium stopping the German Hordes. Brussels, Belgium. 11-26-1918
General V. Winterfeldt, Chief of the German Armistice Commission in Spa, Belgium
Former German observation post now used by the British. ST. Eloi
Surrender of the German Fleet

Surrender of the German Fleet

British Photographs of World War I

German cranes and Barges destroyed near Peronne, France. 1917
German gun emplacement destroyed by British artillery fire. Near Zonnebeke, Belgium
Russia. The German advance in the East. German troops with baggage sleds advance to Dorpat. February 28, 1918
German machine gun

German machine gun

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins of a former German stronghold. Near Arras, France. 10-17-1917
Surrender of the German fleet. Light cruisers in line
Apple orchard destroyed by Germans. Etrelliers. Somme and Ancre Area
Germans coming out of a dug-out where they had been in hiding. Sailly-Laurette
Captured German plane on its way to British aviation depot. Doullens Road. March 1917
Destruction caused by the Germans. Athies, France

Destruction caused by the Germans. Athies, France

British Photographs of World War I

A shrine shattered by German artillery. Sailly La Bourse
British surgeon giving a wounded German a "Light"

British surgeon giving a wounded German a "Light"

British Photographs of World War I

German barricade in the Somme and Ancre area. Near Serre, France
Trees cut down by the Germans near Cambrai

Trees cut down by the Germans near Cambrai

British Photographs of World War I

Destruction of Reims Cathedral

Destruction of Reims Cathedral

Local Accession Number: PC 152..Description: Postcard depicting the destruction of the Reims Cathedral by the Germans on September 19, 1914...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Vaughn..Size: 5x3..Medium: Print, Bla... More

Admiral Meurer, German Navy, coming aboard British flagship to arrange surrender of the German fleet
Fampoux, France destroyed by German artillery

Fampoux, France destroyed by German artillery

British Photographs of World War I

German submarine at Harwich, England

German submarine at Harwich, England

British Photographs of World War I

One hundred German U-Boats

One hundred German U-Boats

British Photographs of World War I

Russia. German troops with baggage sleds on the march to Dorpat. February 28, 1918
German prisoners assist British soldiers to bring in the wounded. Near Messines, Ypres Salient and Area. 6-8-1917
German U-boats moored at Harwich, England

German U-boats moored at Harwich, England

British Photographs of World War I

At a German prison camp. French and Russian Prisoners preparing their own meals
British soldiers playing football. German shells can be seen exploding in the background. Dardanelles Campaign
Artwork: "German POWs," World War I. Artist: George Harding. US Army Art Collection

Artwork: "German POWs," World War I. Artist: George Harding. US Army A...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

Destruction of Reims Cathedral

Destruction of Reims Cathedral

Local Accession Number: PC 152..Description: Postcard depicting the destruction of the Reims Cathedral by the Germans on September 19, 1914...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Vaughn..Size: 5x3..Medium: Print, Bla... More

German prisoners in British prison camp. Belgium

German prisoners in British prison camp. Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

British troops crossing over a bridge blown up by Germans. Near Douchy. 10-23-1918
American Red Cross - Groups - American Nurses and their patients at Budapest, Hungary. American Red Cross nurses and some of their convalescent patients at Budapest, Hungary, 1915. These nurses subsequently went to Russia to care for wounded German prisoners
Battle of Menin Road. German wounded. Ypres Salient and Area. Belgium. 9-20-1917
Houses destroyed by Germans. Boisleux ST. Mare, France
Scene during the surrender of the German fleet. British battle cruisers lead by H.M.S. "Queen Elizabeth" escorting German fleet
Abandoned German trench. November 1916

Abandoned German trench. November 1916

British Photographs of World War I

Train set fire by Germans before they left Maubeuge

Train set fire by Germans before they left Maubeuge

British Photographs of World War I

Bridge destroyed by the Germans. Near Roye

Bridge destroyed by the Germans. Near Roye

British Photographs of World War I

Major General John F. O'Ryan, U.S.A. with British officers near Langemarch, Belgium. German prisoners in background. 9-12-1917
British patrol on their way to mop up German trenches. N.E. of Roeux
Cleverly camouflaged German observation station at La Bassee. Ypres Salient and Area; 10/24/1918
Coast defense gun destroyed by Germans. Zeebrugge, Belgium. 10-24-1918
Large German gun captured during the Cambrai offensive. Ribecourt, France
Scene during the Battle of Flanders. British soldiers attending a wounded German
Type of German prisoner captured by British soldiers. 6-8-1917
Ruins at Albert immediately after evacuation by the Germans. (Somme & Ancre Area) 8-23-1918
Bridge at Menin destroyed by the Germans. Ypres Salient and Area. 10-18-1918
German shell exploding within ten yards of photographer. Near Zennebeke, Belgium
Bodies of German soldiers removed from graves. Radinghem, Belgium
German Artillerist attempt destruction of British dump
In the captured Minsk. General von Bredow with the officers of his staff before the Russian Rader house
German submarines moored at Harwich, England

German submarines moored at Harwich, England

British Photographs of World War I

Surrender of the German Fleet

Surrender of the German Fleet

British Photographs of World War I

German prisoners unloading flour. Salonika Campaign

German prisoners unloading flour. Salonika Campaign

British Photographs of World War I

German U-boat tied up at Harwich, England

German U-boat tied up at Harwich, England

British Photographs of World War I

German prisoners laying brick during Salonika Campaign
German UC-5, captured by the British Navy

German UC-5, captured by the British Navy

British Photographs of World War I

German train wrecked by British artillery. Peronne, France. March 1917
British soldier in front of a former German sentry box. Peronne, France. March 1917
Brigade at entrance to Peronne, France, blown up by the Germans in an attempt to halt advance of British troops
Corporal Biffen of the Honourable Artillery Company bringing in a German Granatenwerfer from Langemarck to the Museum at Hesdin, Belgium. 1917
German guns captured by the British

German guns captured by the British

British Photographs of World War I

German prisoners in prisoners cage. Taken in battle of Fricourt, France
German singing canaries. 8-26-1918

German singing canaries. 8-26-1918

British Photographs of World War I

Trees that Germans fell across the road. Peronne, France
Captured German field gun

Captured German field gun

British Photographs of World War I

British artillery firing on Germans during a heavy rain. Near Aveluy, France. September 1916
German prisoners bringing in wounded and also a captured machine gun. Croiselles
Destruction of Reims Cathedral

Destruction of Reims Cathedral

Local Accession Number: PC 152..Description: Postcard depicting the destruction of the Reims Cathedral by the Germans on September 19, 1914...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Vaughn..Size: 5x3..Medium: Print, Bla... More

German prisoners near Dermancourt- France. Somme & Ancre Area
A German concrete machine Gun position and observation post built to resemble a small cottage. Radinghem
German trenches after bombardment

German trenches after bombardment

British Photographs of World War I

British soldiers wearing German helmets, etc. Near Albert, France. 7-5-1916
German officers captured at the battle of Broodseinde Ridge, Belgium
Captured German 10 C.M. Gun

Captured German 10 C.M. Gun

British Photographs of World War I

German light railway, Fampoux, France

German light railway, Fampoux, France

British Photographs of World War I

In captured Minsk. German flyers on the Russian airport of Minsk
Ruins of bridge at La Bassee blown up by the Germans during their retreat. Ypres Campaign
Exploding German bomb in river. Le Sart, France

Exploding German bomb in river. Le Sart, France

British Photographs of World War I

German prisoner being used as strecher bearers. Arras, France
Gunner arranging to explode a German "dud". Zillebeke, Belgium
German prisoners of war. April 1917

German prisoners of war. April 1917

British Photographs of World War I

Treating wounded German, Somme and Ancre front. 7-30-1916
"Cat O'Nine Tails" found in German trenches

"Cat O'Nine Tails" found in German trenches

British Photographs of World War I

Type of German U-boat at Harwich, England

Type of German U-boat at Harwich, England

British Photographs of World War I

At the peace Conference in Brest-Litovsk. Arrival of the Russian delegation. In the center Trotzki (Profile). On the left Kameneff and Joffe. January 1918
Tank captured by the Germans and recaptured by the Sherwood Foresters. 12-2-1918
German submarines anchored at Harwich, England

German submarines anchored at Harwich, England

British Photographs of World War I

Aerial photograph showing destruction caused by German bomb being dropped on British hospital in France
Eastern front. The occupation of Jacobstadt. Passing the marshy Russian positions. September 1917
A sunken road strongly held by machine guns. German dead in foreground. Near Arras, France. 8-2-1918
British artillery in action against the Germans. La Boisselle, France
The German dugouts in their support line. Gommecourt, France. March 1917
Funeral of an old French woman killed by German shell. Near Donain, France
Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Foreign born soldiers made citizens, Washington, D.C. Group of naturalized soldiers the following are represented: L-R: Front Row Armenian, Austrian, Russian Pole, Greek, Italian, Danish. Back row: Russian Jew, Turk Portuguese, German, Fitalian French

Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies - Foreign born so...

Photographer: Pvt. Vincent L. Palumbo Ceremonies - Liberations - Naturalization Ceremonies

Scene at a German prison camp. Dernancourt, France. Somme and Ancre Area. 9-15-1916
Pottery ruined by Germans. Chaunoy, France

Pottery ruined by Germans. Chaunoy, France

British Photographs of World War I

Captured German doctor attend wounded British soldiers. Grevillers, France
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