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Female Worker, Watertown Arsenal

Female Worker, Watertown Arsenal

This photograph depicts a female worker at her job at the Watertown Arsenal during the World War I era. Photographs

Infantry soldiers fighting kit (British)

Infantry soldiers fighting kit (British)

British Photographs of World War I

Private of the South African Scottish in full marching orders
Women workers in a boot factory. Leicestershire, Eng
French official artist at work

French official artist at work

British Photographs of World War I

Seddul Bahr on the morning of the evacuation

Seddul Bahr on the morning of the evacuation

British Photographs of World War I

General Ellison (British Army) takes a little exercise
Turkish fort destroyed by British fleet

Turkish fort destroyed by British fleet

British Photographs of World War I

Bud Fisher

Bud Fisher

British Photographs of World War I

French stores at Mudros. Dardanelles Campaign

French stores at Mudros. Dardanelles Campaign

British Photographs of World War I

Indian soldiers burying a comrade. Dardanelles Campaign
Scene during the Salonika Campaign

Scene during the Salonika Campaign

British Photographs of World War I

Men of the West Indian Regiment cleaning their rifles
Motor horse ambulance. Near Etaples, France

Motor horse ambulance. Near Etaples, France

British Photographs of World War I

Trench supports. Near Steenvoorde, Belgium

Trench supports. Near Steenvoorde, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

View of Mametz, France, after its capture by the British
Drilling recruits during the Mesopotamian campaign

Drilling recruits during the Mesopotamian campaign

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

The Armenians retiring during the Mesopotamian campaign
British surgeon giving a wounded German a "Light"

British surgeon giving a wounded German a "Light"

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

Scene of the British attack on La Boisselle. 7-3-1916
British railway gun, Meaulte, France. September 1916
Mines ready for issue, grangemouth minelaying base. England
Guard of the 166th Brigade, Bethune, Belgium

Guard of the 166th Brigade, Bethune, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

Observer mounting into an observation balloon

Observer mounting into an observation balloon

British Photographs of World War I

Tanks going forward, near Bellicourt, France

Tanks going forward, near Bellicourt, France

British Photographs of World War I

Worn out motor transport equipment. Rouen, France

Worn out motor transport equipment. Rouen, France

British Photographs of World War I

Scene in Puiseux, France

Scene in Puiseux, France

British Photographs of World War I

British battleplane at Aerodrome, near Beauval, France
Ruins of cathedral at Cambrai

Ruins of cathedral at Cambrai

British Photographs of World War I

Gen. Rawlinson and Balfour, Querrieu

Gen. Rawlinson and Balfour, Querrieu

British Photographs of World War I

Huge British gun in action, Hedanville, France

Huge British gun in action, Hedanville, France

British Photographs of World War I

British artillery passing through Mailly - Maillet, France
Balloons with the British Fleet

Balloons with the British Fleet

British Photographs of World War I

The "Lusitana" graves at Queenstown, Ireland

The "Lusitana" graves at Queenstown, Ireland

British Photographs of World War I

Naval smoke screen

Naval smoke screen

British Photographs of World War I

American submarine chaser depot

American submarine chaser depot

British Photographs of World War I

U.S. Torpedo Destroyers

U.S. Torpedo Destroyers

British Photographs of World War I

Surrender of the German Fleet

Surrender of the German Fleet

British Photographs of World War I

American officers and their British officer instructors
Big gun in action

Big gun in action

British Photographs of World War I

American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit Scotland

British Photographs of World War I

American and British sailors celebrating baseball game
American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit Scotland

British Photographs of World War I

U.S. Destroyers in British Waters

U.S. Destroyers in British Waters

British Photographs of World War I

Admiral Sims, U.S. Navy, playing with his dog

Admiral Sims, U.S. Navy, playing with his dog

British Photographs of World War I

Scene on bridge of an American Ship in British waters
Scene at Convalescent Camp in Etaples, France; 5/1/1918
Stokers aboard British battleship get ready for fire drill
Scene at a Scottish Ship Building Yard

Scene at a Scottish Ship Building Yard

British Photographs of World War I

Cook aboard a U.S. Destroyer preparing dinner

Cook aboard a U.S. Destroyer preparing dinner

British Photographs of World War I

American troops in training near Loulle, France; 5/22/1918
Mine crater at Beaumont Hamel, France. 11-26-1916

Mine crater at Beaumont Hamel, France. 11-26-1916

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins of a Cathedral at Arras, France. May 1917

Ruins of a Cathedral at Arras, France. May 1917

British Photographs of World War I

Manufacturing artificial limbs at Roehampton, England
American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit Scotland

British Photographs of World War I

Armed trawlers in the North Sea

Armed trawlers in the North Sea

British Photographs of World War I

Scene aboard U.S. Destroyer in British waters

Scene aboard U.S. Destroyer in British waters

British Photographs of World War I

Ship's company U.S.S "Allen"

Ship's company U.S.S "Allen"

British Photographs of World War I

Night firing by H.M.S "Hercules"

Night firing by H.M.S "Hercules"

British Photographs of World War I

Stern of U.S. Destroyer in a rough sea

Stern of U.S. Destroyer in a rough sea

British Photographs of World War I

German U-boats moored at Harwich, England

German U-boats moored at Harwich, England

British Photographs of World War I

Water carriers going up to The Front Line. Pilkem,

Water carriers going up to The Front Line. Pilkem,

British Photographs of World War I

American delegates visit Scotland

American delegates visit Scotland

British Photographs of World War I

American delegates in Scotland. Admiral Rodman in center
American and British sailors watching a baseball game
Admiral Mayo shaking hands with Captain of fleet flagship
American labor delegates visit British grand fleet

American labor delegates visit British grand fleet

British Photographs of World War I

Admiral Rodman, U.S.N., and staff aboard his flagship
Surrender of the German fleet. Light cruisers in line
Portuguese infantry near Locon. Ypress Salient and area
Daylight patrol northeast of Roeux

Daylight patrol northeast of Roeux

British Photographs of World War I

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

British Photographs of World War I

British soldiers at water hole, Frise, France

British soldiers at water hole, Frise, France

British Photographs of World War I

A pump

A pump

British Photographs of World War I

American troops at Winchester Station, England

American troops at Winchester Station, England

British Photographs of World War I

American troops passing through Winchester, England

American troops passing through Winchester, England

British Photographs of World War I

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