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Scene a Helles twenty four hours before evacuation. Dardanelles Campaign
Land girls give a word of cheer to an American soldier enroute to the front lines
British soldiers ploughing near Arras, France. 2-4-1918
French post office during the Salonika Campaign

French post office during the Salonika Campaign

British Photographs of World War I

French civilians greeting British soldiers. Mon-en-Chaussee, France
Some of the first Americans to arrive in France. Rouen, France. 6-1-1917
Tractors hauling British guns during the Mesopotamian campaign
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
Admiral Sims, U.S. Navy, playing with his dog

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

British Photographs of World War I

British cyclists crossing Piave River

British cyclists crossing Piave River

British Photographs of World War I

The "Balmorals" composing song

The "Balmorals" composing song

British Photographs of World War I

Admiral Mayo shaking hands with Captain of fleet flagship
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

29th division preparing for the attack. Beaumont Hamel, France
Seddul Bahr on the morning of the evacuation

Seddul Bahr on the morning of the evacuation

British Photographs of World War I

Brig.Gen. John Biddle and staff in charge of railroad construction on British Front. Boisleux-au-Mont, France. Colonel Lewis Rand, C. of E., at General Biddle's Left
Fritz and Bill, Mascots of a British Battleship

Fritz and Bill, Mascots of a British Battleship

British Photographs of World War I

French stores at Mudros. Dardanelles Campaign

French stores at Mudros. Dardanelles Campaign

British Photographs of World War I

General V. Winterfeldt, Chief of the German Armistice Commission in Spa, Belgium
British Howitzer in the snow. Pozieres

British Howitzer in the snow. Pozieres

British Photographs of World War I

Big gun in action

Big gun in action

British Photographs of World War I

King George watching a field day meet. 7-12-1917

King George watching a field day meet. 7-12-1917

British Photographs of World War I

French official artist at work

French official artist at work

British Photographs of World War I

British Soldiers among the ruins of Tilloy, France

British Soldiers among the ruins of Tilloy, France

British Photographs of World War I

Ruins of Cambrai, France

Ruins of Cambrai, France

British Photographs of World War I

Flora Sandes, Sergeant Major, Serbian Army, taking a walk through the streets of Salonika
Where British troops broke the Hindenburg line. Queant, France. Arras and Cambrai Area. 9-6-1918
American delegates visit John Brown's shipyard in Scotland. Mr. Wilson addressing women employees
Constructing road in the Somme and Ancre area, France. 1916
American troops at foot of statue to Alfred the Great. Winchester, England
Scene during Battle of Flanders. Ypres salient and Area. Near Pilkem, Belgium. 8-16-1917
Placing large British gun in position. Ypres Salient and Area, Belgium
Presentation of medals to the 56th Brigade

Presentation of medals to the 56th Brigade

British Photographs of World War I

Foundry, Watertown Arsenal

Foundry, Watertown Arsenal

Original Caption: J.O. 2632 A (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #43, 1-11-18; Foundry - Looking Northeast; N59944 630 Bldgs - general, #3800-3899

British artillery passing through Mailly - Maillet, France
Refugee and her cow, Amiens, France. 3-28-1918

Refugee and her cow, Amiens, France. 3-28-1918

British Photographs of World War I

Greeks collecting stones to be used in construction of roads
U.S. Destroyers in British Waters

U.S. Destroyers in British Waters

British Photographs of World War I

Scene during the Battle of Arras, France. April 1917
Zeppelin brought down on the marches near mouth of the Varder River during the Salonika Campaign
The Duke of Connaught inspects the 56th Brigade, British Army, in Flanders
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

The Lord Mayor of London in France

The Lord Mayor of London in France

British Photographs of World War I

British troops entering Lille, Belgium

British troops entering Lille, Belgium

British Photographs of World War I

View of Mametz, France, after its capture by the British
American troops in training near Loulle, France; 5/22/1918
British troops enroute to the front. In Italy

British troops enroute to the front. In Italy

British Photographs of World War I

British artillery moving to the front. Peronne, France. 2-23-1918
Former German observation post now used by the British. ST. Eloi
General Pershing Landing at Boulogne, France. Gen. Harbord following Gen. Pershing down gangplank; 6/13/1917
Women workers in a boot factory. Leicestershire, Eng
Ruins of Bapaume, France

Ruins of Bapaume, France

British Photographs of World War I

Premier Clemenceau at Cassel. 4-21-1918

Premier Clemenceau at Cassel. 4-21-1918

British Photographs of World War I

Light railway engine made from the discarded parts of a motor car. High Wood. During the Somme and Ancre Campaign
Daylight patrol northeast of Roeux

Daylight patrol northeast of Roeux

British Photographs of World War I

Surrender of the German Fleet

Surrender of the German Fleet

British Photographs of World War I

Admiral Rodman, U.S.N., and staff aboard his flagship
Foundry, Watertown Arsenal

Foundry, Watertown Arsenal

Original caption: J.O. 2632 A (U.S. Govt - Watertown Arsenal) #38, 12-29-17; Foundry Looking Northeast; N59873 630 Bldgs - general, #3700-3799

Group of Canadian and French newspaper men visit Cercle Interallie, Paris, France
French and English soldiers at a water hole. Frise, France. Somme and Ancre Campaign
British patrol marching into Cambrai, France. 10-9-1918
Armed trawlers in the North Sea

Armed trawlers in the North Sea

British Photographs of World War I

British soldiers finishing in La Bassee Canal, near Beauvry. 6-27-1917
Group of officials examining designs in colored stones. During Salonika Campaign
Ruins at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

Ruins at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

British Photographs of World War I

British Gen. John Biddle, U.S.A., and staff who are in charge of railroad construction on the Britain front. Boisleux-au-Mont, France. Colonel Lewis Rand, C. of E. U.S.A., facing General Biddle
Scene on bridge of an American Ship in British waters
U.S baseball players return to their ship in British waters
British soldiers turning a Turkish gun against the enemy during the Mesopotamian campaign
Interior of the Y.M.C.A. entertainment hall. Winal Down Rest Camp, Winchester, England
Ruins of Cathedral at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

Ruins of Cathedral at Ypres, Belgium. 1916

British Photographs of World War I

British soldiers at trench mortar school in Italy

British soldiers at trench mortar school in Italy

British Photographs of World War I

First British soldiers to cross the Somme River, near Peronne, France
Scotch soldiers resting by roadside. Somme and Ancre Campaign
Loading ammunition on pontoon boats. Blangy, France

Loading ammunition on pontoon boats. Blangy, France

British Photographs of World War I

German cranes and Barges destroyed near Peronne, France. 1917
Gun aboard H.M.S. "Sedgefly" in full recoil

Gun aboard H.M.S. "Sedgefly" in full recoil

British Photographs of World War I

Gen. Rawlinson and Balfour, Querrieu

Gen. Rawlinson and Balfour, Querrieu

British Photographs of World War I

Salvaging a statue from ruins of a church at Armentieres, France; 2/27/1918
Surrey Yeomanry pass around crater on their way to the front. Near Vermand, France. 4-21-1917
German gun emplacement destroyed by British artillery fire. Near Zonnebeke, Belgium
Admiral Sims, U.S. Navy with American and British Naval aides in the grounds of the Admiralty House. Right to left:- Lieut. Comdr. Daniels; Lieut. Comdr. Babcock; Admiral W.S. Sims, U.S.N.; Lieut. Comdr. Orlebar, British Navy
British cemetery at Salonika

British cemetery at Salonika

British Photographs of World War I

British troops entering Cologne, Germany. 12-14-1918
Ruins of La Bassee

Ruins of La Bassee

British Photographs of World War I

King George of England watching tanks at maneuvers. 8-10-1918
Serbian troops arriving at Salonika

Serbian troops arriving at Salonika

British Photographs of World War I

British Admiral greeting American officers at the Admiralty House. England
Ration party going to the trenches. Arras, France; 3/1917
A chateau in Radinghem used for entertaining American visitors. 4-27-1918
Scene in Winchester upon receipt of news that hostilities had ceased
General John J. Pershing, U.S.A, about to leave Boulogne, France. 6-13-1917
American and British soldiers at the foot of the statue of Alfred the Great, Winchester, England
View at gully beach, Cape Helles. Dardanelles Campaign
Attack on Hindenburg line near Bellicourt- France

Attack on Hindenburg line near Bellicourt- France

British Photographs of World War I

American Red Cross - I thru M - American Red Cross in North Russia. Major Morris, U.S.A., in command of the American Engineering forces in North Russia. With Major Morris is Lt. Giffels, who came back from the front to get American Red Cross supplies for his men

American Red Cross - I thru M - American Red Cross in North Russia. Ma...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - I thru M

Keeping meat in a hollow tree during Salonika Campaign
Gen. Douglas (British Army) watching movements of the enemy and directing operations of his forces from observation post in tree top. Dardanelles Campaign
The King and Queen of England with the King and Queen of Belgium at the visitors chateau
Water carriers going up to The Front Line. Pilkem,

Water carriers going up to The Front Line. Pilkem,

British Photographs of World War I

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