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World War I Collection

"World War I: A Glimpse into the Turmoil and Heroism of a Bygone Era" "The Vindictive at Zeebrugge

Background imageWorld War I Collection: England, London, Tower of London, Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red by ceramic artist

England, London, Tower of London, Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper, 888

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Flags of the German Empire

Flags of the German Empire
Illustration of a Flags of the German Empire

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Staff cooks at King George Military Hospital, London, England, 1915

Staff cooks at King George Military Hospital, London, England, 1915
A group portrait of staff cooks at King George Military Hospital, London, England. Two military personnel are sitting in the front row, 1915

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Australian troops at remains of Chateau Wood, Passchendaele, 1917

Australian troops at remains of Chateau Wood, Passchendaele, 1917
WWI: PASSCHENDAELE, 1917. Australian troops walking along duckboards through the remains of Chateau Wood, during the Battle of Passchendaele in Belgium. Photograph, 29 October 1917

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Oil on canvas, 1917, by Childe Hassam

Oil on canvas, 1917, by Childe Hassam
HASSAM: ALLIES DAY, MAY 1917. Oil on canvas, 1917, by Childe Hassam

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WWI: CARRIER PIGEONS. British motorcyclists taking carrier pigeons to front line

WWI: CARRIER PIGEONS. British motorcyclists taking carrier pigeons to front line trenches during World War I. Photograph, c1916

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WWI: POSTER, 1915. An Irish hero! 1 Irishman defeats 10 Germans... Lithograph, 1915

WWI: POSTER, 1915. An Irish hero! 1 Irishman defeats 10 Germans... Lithograph, 1915

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Join the Air Service, Learn-Earn. U. S. Army Air Service recruiting poster, 1918

Join the Air Service, Learn-Earn. U. S. Army Air Service recruiting poster, 1918
WORLD WAR I: AIR SERVICE. Join the Air Service, Learn-Earn. U.S. Army Air Service recruiting poster, 1918

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WORLD WAR I: MARINES, 1918. First to Fight. Posed photograph, 1918, showing U

WORLD WAR I: MARINES, 1918. First to Fight. Posed photograph, 1918, showing U.S. Marines charging onto a beach, issued by the War Department for recruitment purposes during World War I

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Lance Corporal Rendle VC speaking at Grampound, Cornwall. 18th May 1915

Lance Corporal Rendle VC speaking at Grampound, Cornwall. 18th May 1915
Lance Corporal Rendle VC speaking to a crowd of people at Grampound in front of the post office during World War One. " I will willingly go back and fight for these women and children

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Anzac Cove

Anzac Cove
Allied troops at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli Peninsula, during the Gallipoli campaign. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: American Red Cross fundraising poster with three portraits of the first soldiers killed during

American Red Cross fundraising poster with three portraits of the first soldiers killed during World War I
RED CROSS POSTER, 1917. American Red Cross fundraising poster with three portraits of the first soldiers killed during World War I: Merle David Hay, Thomas Enright and James Bethel Gresham

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Tre Cime di Lavaredo / Drei Zinnen, three distinctive mountain peaks in the Sexten

Tre Cime di Lavaredo / Drei Zinnen, three distinctive mountain peaks in the Sexten Dolomites seen from WW1 cave shelter, South Tyrol, Italy, October 2019

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Vintage World War One poster of a Marine Corps bulldog chasing a German dachshund

Vintage World War One poster of a Marine Corps bulldog chasing a German dachshund. It reads, Teufel Hunden German Nickname For U.S. Marines, Devil Dog Recruiting Station

Background imageWorld War I Collection: World War One poster of Marines charging into battle behind the American flag

World War One poster of Marines charging into battle behind the American flag
Vintage World War One poster of Marines charging into battle behind the American flag. It declares - First In France, U.S. Marines

Background imageWorld War I Collection: ERNEST HEMINGWAY 1899-1961). American writer. As a soldier in World War I, Milan

ERNEST HEMINGWAY 1899-1961). American writer. As a soldier in World War I, Milan, photographed 1918

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Squadron Commander Edwin Harris Dunning landing his Sopwith Pup biplane on the HMS Furious

Squadron Commander Edwin Harris Dunning landing his Sopwith Pup biplane on the HMS Furious
HMS FURIOUS LANDING, 1917. Squadron Commander Edwin Harris Dunning landing his Sopwith Pup biplane on the HMS Furious, the first plane ever to be landed on a moving ship, in Scapa Flow, Orkney

Background imageWorld War I Collection: USA, Washington State, Port Townsend, Fort Worden State Park

USA, Washington State, Port Townsend, Fort Worden State Park. Abstract detail of World War I bunker. Credit as: Don Paulson / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Fokker triplane, side view

Fokker triplane, side view

Background imageWorld War I Collection: World War I poster of a little girl sitting on her fathers lap and a boy playing

World War I poster of a little girl sitting on her fathers lap and a boy playing
Vintage World War I poster of a little girl sitting on her fathers lap and a little boy playing with toy soldiers. It reads, Daddy, what did you do in the great war?

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WORLD WAR I: CAMOUFLAGE. The zebra-striped British transport ship Osterly decked

WORLD WAR I: CAMOUFLAGE. The zebra-striped British transport ship Osterly decked out in flags in New York Harbor to celebrate the signing of the armistice, 11 November 1918. Photograph

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WORLD WAR I: BELGIUM, 1918. Map showing the zone of war operations in western Belgium

WORLD WAR I: BELGIUM, 1918. Map showing the zone of war operations in western Belgium, the ports of Ostend and Zeebrugge, the line of battle on 28 September 1918

Background imageWorld War I Collection: CONRAD VON HOTZENDORF (1852-1925). Austrian army officer. Photograph, c1914

CONRAD VON HOTZENDORF (1852-1925). Austrian army officer. Photograph, c1914

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Barrage Balloon

Barrage Balloon
1st August 1918: A barrage balloon tethered at Queens Club, London, in the background the tents used for housing the balloons. (Photo by A. R. Coster/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Captured Aircraft

Captured Aircraft
9th November 1918: Captured German aircraft at the Lord Mayors show, London. (Photo by A. R. Coster/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: British Lancers Charging

British Lancers Charging
France, c. 1916 The 9th British Lancers charging German artillery in WWI

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Poster from World War I ordering general mobilization, Sunday, August 2, 1914

Poster from World War I ordering general mobilization, Sunday, August 2, 1914
France, 20th century, First World War - Armee de Terre et Armee de Mer. Ordre de Mobilisation Generale. Poster ordering general mobilization, Sunday, August 2, 1914

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Propaganda poster from World War I by Egon Tschirch (1889-1948), Berlin, 1918

Propaganda poster from World War I by Egon Tschirch (1889-1948), Berlin, 1918
Germany, 20th century, First World War. So sah es aus in deutschen Landen, kam der Franzose an den Rhein. Propaganda poster by Egon Tschirch (1889-1948), Berlin 1918

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WORLD WAR I: SOMME, 1916. Allied troops going over the top, or advancing over

WORLD WAR I: SOMME, 1916. Allied troops going over the top, or advancing over their own trench during the Battle of the Somme. Photograph, 1916

Background imageWorld War I Collection: REMARQUE: ALL QUIET, 1929. Illustration by Charles Keeping, from a 1966 edition

REMARQUE: ALL QUIET, 1929. Illustration by Charles Keeping, from a 1966 edition of All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Train Lounge

Train Lounge
1st January 1918: The lounge of an American Army Ambulance Train at St. Pancras. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Ambulance Train

Ambulance Train
1st January 1918: An American Army Ambulance train at St. Pancras. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Convalescent soldiers in pantomime at Eastbourne. Officers, NCOs and men of Summerdown

Convalescent soldiers in pantomime at Eastbourne. Officers, NCOs and men of Summerdown Convalescent Hospital, Eastbourne, are appearing in a pantomime

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Gladys McIntyre giving doughnuts to an American infantryman of the 26th Division at Ansonville

Gladys McIntyre giving doughnuts to an American infantryman of the 26th Division at Ansonville, North Carolina
WORLD WAR I: INFANTRYMAN. Gladys McIntyre giving doughnuts to an American infantryman of the 26th Division at Ansonville, North Carolina, 9 April 1918

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Peace Rally

Peace Rally
July 1919: Open-air thanksgiving service at St. Pauls Cathedral, London. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Illustration from London Underground World War I

Illustration from London Underground World War I
During the war women did many jobs which previously had been considered only suitable for men. The Gatewoman. At the bottom are the soldiers in France who would have been doing this job in peacetime

Background imageWorld War I Collection: World War I first-aid station, artwork

World War I first-aid station, artwork
World War I first-aid station. Artwork showing stretcher-bearers and wounded soldiers arriving at a first-aid station during the First World War (1914-1918)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Flying camel, front view

Flying camel, front view

Background imageWorld War I Collection: WWI: GERMAN SOLDIERS, 1914. German soldiers at Berry-Au-Bac, France. Photograph

WWI: GERMAN SOLDIERS, 1914. German soldiers at Berry-Au-Bac, France. Photograph, September 1914

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Captured Plane

Captured Plane
9th November 1918: On display at the Lord Mayors Show - a German Pfalz plane, shot down near Arras on 17th October 1918. (Photo by A. R. Coster/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Admiral John Jellicoe (1859-1935) who commanded the British Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland

Admiral John Jellicoe (1859-1935) who commanded the British Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland (1916) in World War I. Jutland was an indecisive naval battle between heavily armed dreadnoughts

Background imageWorld War I Collection: 1916 armoured tank, low angle view

1916 armoured tank, low angle view

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Here Comes Haig

Here Comes Haig
January 1919: The Jan Beydell in dazzle camouflage bringing Sir Douglas Haig in to port and to the reception committee awaiting him on the quayside. (Photo by A. R)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Dreadnought

Dreadnought
July 1909: Battleship, HMS Dreadnought. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: British seaplane being launched from a warship during World War I. Photograph, c1916

British seaplane being launched from a warship during World War I. Photograph, c1916
WORLD WAR I: SEAPLANE. British seaplane being launched from a warship during World War I. Photograph, c1916

Background imageWorld War I Collection: (1890-1973). American aviator. Photographed near Toul, France, in 1918

(1890-1973). American aviator. Photographed near Toul, France, in 1918
EDWARD V. RICKENBACKER (1890-1973). American aviator. Photographed near Toul, France, in 1918

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Armistice Day

Armistice Day
1926: Armistice Day commemorations at Whitehall, London. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageWorld War I Collection: Zeppelin and searchlights

Zeppelin and searchlights
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"World War I: A Glimpse into the Turmoil and Heroism of a Bygone Era" "The Vindictive at Zeebrugge, 1918 (1919): An Artistic Depiction of Naval Bravery" "Twixt Love and Duty, 1914: The Heart-Wrenching Choices Faced by Soldiers" "Flags of the German Empire: Symbols of Power and Conflict" "Our Little Contemptibles, 1914: Unyielding Courage in the Face of Adversity" "Staff Cooks at King George Military Hospital, London, England, 1915: Nourishing Bodies Amidst Chaos" "Recruitment Poster 'Remember Scarborough. Enlist Now': Rallying Calls to Defend Our Homeland" "The Crew of HMS Vindictive Celebrating the Zeebrugge Raid on April 23rd, 1918: Triumph amidst Destruction" "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red by Ceramic Artist: Commemorating Sacrifice at Tower of London" "Australian Troops at Remains of Chateau Wood, Passchendaele, 1917: Witnessing Devastation Firsthand" "WWI Marines - First to Fight. Capturing Valor in a Poignant Photograph from 1918. " "Join the Air Service - Learn-Earn. U. S Army Air Service Recruiting Poster Inspiring Aspirations. " "WWI Carrier Pigeons - Heroes with Wings Delivering Hope to Front Lines. " These captivating glimpses into World War I capture both its devastating impact and moments that showcase bravery and resilience across different nations involved in this global conflict.