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00117 Collection (#4)

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Background image00117 Collection: Marines from the Naval brigade in a trench at Vieux Wien near Antwerp awaiting the German

Marines from the Naval brigade in a trench at Vieux Wien near Antwerp awaiting the German advance. Circa October 2nd 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian soldiers at Vieux Wien near Antwerp watch the advancing Germans shelling their

Belgian soldiers at Vieux Wien near Antwerp watch the advancing Germans shelling their forward positions. Circa October 1st 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian soldiers reading the identification disc which this French soldier has placed

Belgian soldiers reading the identification disc which this French soldier has placed around his wrist instead of his neck, it being easier to find in case of dearh

Background image00117 Collection: Houses damaged during the German bombardment of the centre of Antwerp. Circa October 1914

Houses damaged during the German bombardment of the centre of Antwerp. Circa October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: British Royal Marines seen here enjoying a rest and a smoke in their bomb-proof shelter

British Royal Marines seen here enjoying a rest and a smoke in their bomb-proof shelter at Vieux Wien near Antwerp. Circa October 1st1914

Background image00117 Collection: One of the London omnibuses used by the British Naval Brigade as transport to get around

One of the London omnibuses used by the British Naval Brigade as transport to get around the defences of Antwerp Seen here on the road from Vieux Dieu. Circa October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: The rush of civilians to the quay at Antwerp to catch one of the boats evacuating

The rush of civilians to the quay at Antwerp to catch one of the boats evacuating the city. They came on foot, taxicab, carts and in traps

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian artillery men seen here milking a cow under fire

Belgian artillery men seen here milking a cow under fire. After a quick drink they took their places at the gun. Circa October 16th 1914 Published Daily Mirror Page 4 October 31st 1914

Background image00117 Collection: In the distance hores burn in Diksmuide during the Battle of the Yser

In the distance hores burn in Diksmuide during the Battle of the Yser. Circa October 17th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Soldiers of the Army Service Corp asleep in the rear of a lorry following a hard days

Soldiers of the Army Service Corp asleep in the rear of a lorry following a hard days work. Circa October 8th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: A lone Russian soldier stands by a mass grave in Galicia where the bodies of fifty

A lone Russian soldier stands by a mass grave in Galicia where the bodies of fifty Austrians and eleven Russians are buried. September 1914 Published Daily Mirror Page 9 November 10th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Officers with the British Naval Brigade seen here talking with a Belgian at the defences

Officers with the British Naval Brigade seen here talking with a Belgian at the defences on the road from Vieux Dieu. Circa 1st October 1914. Published Daily Mirror Pages 6 & 7 October 12th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Nurses at the General Hospital at Rovna seen here with their patients

Nurses at the General Hospital at Rovna seen here with their patients. Circa September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Action from the Gloucester v Somerset rugby match. January 1972 72-0240-006

Action from the Gloucester v Somerset rugby match. January 1972 72-0240-006
Action from the Gloucester v Somerset rugby match. January 1972

Background image00117 Collection: Barbed wire entanglement built by the Belgian army along the Lierre Road

Barbed wire entanglement built by the Belgian army along the Lierre Road, in the distance German shells burst across open fields. October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian army telephone engineer seen here repair the phone lines to the armys

Belgian army telephone engineer seen here repair the phone lines to the armys headquarters close to the battlefield at Diksmuide during the Battle of the Yser. Circa October 17th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: The crew of a Belgian field artillery seen here having a meal before the Geman advance

The crew of a Belgian field artillery seen here having a meal before the Geman advance on Diksmuide during the Battle of the Yser. Circa October 17th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Gloucester v Somerset Rugby Union. January 1972. Somerset forwards attack the Gloucester

Gloucester v Somerset Rugby Union. January 1972. Somerset forwards attack the Gloucester line

Background image00117 Collection: French soldier who has placed around his wrist his identification disc instead of his

French soldier who has placed around his wrist his identification disc instead of his neck, it being easier to find in case of death

Background image00117 Collection: French Red Cross orderlies close to the front near Diksmuide during the Battle of

French Red Cross orderlies close to the front near Diksmuide during the Battle of the Yser seen here enjoying a joke and a cigarette following a meal. Circa October 20th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian soldiers seen here emerging from a rest centre where they were given a hot meal

Belgian soldiers seen here emerging from a rest centre where they were given a hot meal during the Battle of the Yser. Circa October 17th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian artillery which assisted the forts during the seige of Antwerp

Belgian artillery which assisted the forts during the seige of Antwerp, seen here returning fire, hidden behind trees to conceal its position

Background image00117 Collection: Refugees from the advancing Germans gather outside the Central Railway Station in Antwerp

Refugees from the advancing Germans gather outside the Central Railway Station in Antwerp the day before the Germans start the bombardment of the City. Circa 8th October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian field artillery seen here in action at Oostkerke near Diksmuide during the Battle

Belgian field artillery seen here in action at Oostkerke near Diksmuide during the Battle of the Yser. Circa October 17th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: British soldiers waiting to fire on enemy from behind barbed wire

British soldiers waiting to fire on enemy from behind barbed wire. Our men are always glad to get a glimpse of the enemy whom they often do not see for days at a time

Background image00117 Collection: British artillery moving into position close to the the front near Ypres

British artillery moving into position close to the the front near Ypres. Circa October 20th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Veurne church and town hall built in 1628. Circa October 1914

Veurne church and town hall built in 1628. Circa October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Marines from the Naval Brigade seen here off loading barrels from a London omnibus at

Marines from the Naval Brigade seen here off loading barrels from a London omnibus at the defences on the road from Vieux Dieu. Circa October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian soldiers and Royal Marines from the Naval Brigade seen here manning a barricade

Belgian soldiers and Royal Marines from the Naval Brigade seen here manning a barricade made from sandbags on the road from Lierre

Background image00117 Collection: Bridge spanning the Dneister River blown up by the Austrian army during their retreat

Bridge spanning the Dneister River blown up by the Austrian army during their retreat. Circa September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Native women of Halicz in Galacia talk with soldiers of the Russian army during World War

Native women of Halicz in Galacia talk with soldiers of the Russian army during World War One September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Belgian soldiers seen here inspecting the remains of a residential villa near Dunkirk

Belgian soldiers seen here inspecting the remains of a residential villa near Dunkirk, northern France which was blown during the German advance of October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Galician trader seen here standing in the entrance to his Lamp shop in Halicz

Galician trader seen here standing in the entrance to his Lamp shop in Halicz. Circa October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Wounded Belgian soldier helping another from the firing line during the Battle of

Wounded Belgian soldier helping another from the firing line during the Battle of the Yser which took place in and around the Belgium towns of Diksmuide and Nieuport. Circa October 20th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Wounded Russian and Austrian soldiers at Lemsberg September 1914

Wounded Russian and Austrian soldiers at Lemsberg September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Russians at the graveside of an Austrian officer after the Battle of Lemberg

Russians at the graveside of an Austrian officer after the Battle of Lemberg. September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Wounded Russian soldiers seen here taking a rest in Halicz. Circa September 1914

Wounded Russian soldiers seen here taking a rest in Halicz. Circa September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Golfer Tony Jacklin seen here at Heathrow with his wife and son, Bradley aged 2

Golfer Tony Jacklin seen here at Heathrow with his wife and son, Bradley aged 2. Tony is off to the States to play golf on a 4 month tour of America

Background image00117 Collection: Scouts at the head of the Russian advance into the Austro - Hungarian empire seen here

Scouts at the head of the Russian advance into the Austro - Hungarian empire seen here overlooking Halicz and the Dniester river August 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Russian sentry stands guard over trenches overlooking the village of Halicz

Russian sentry stands guard over trenches overlooking the village of Halicz and the Dniester river August 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Kravchenko Russias greatest artist sketching a spy brought in by a Cossack patrol

Kravchenko Russias greatest artist sketching a spy brought in by a Cossack patrol during the armys advance into the Austro - Hungarian Empire. October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Two of many artillery pieces captured by the Russians from the Austrians following

Two of many artillery pieces captured by the Russians from the Austrians following the Battle at Lemberg. September 1914. Published Daily Mirror Page 4 November 12th 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Galician peasant seen here in Halicz, who appears to be quite happy despite the Russian

Galician peasant seen here in Halicz, who appears to be quite happy despite the Russian invasion. He is wearing an astrakhan cap and a coat with a large astrakhan collar. Circa September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Wounded Russian soldiers at Lemsberg September 1914

Wounded Russian soldiers at Lemsberg September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Sentries at the home of Galicia new Russian Governor Count Bobrinsky. Circa October 1914

Sentries at the home of Galicia new Russian Governor Count Bobrinsky. Circa October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Russian soldiers seen here eating supper in a Galician village as the army advances

Russian soldiers seen here eating supper in a Galician village as the army advances on Lemberg. Circa September 1914

Background image00117 Collection: A Russian officer seen here buying a drink of milk from a local peasant woman in Lemberg

A Russian officer seen here buying a drink of milk from a local peasant woman in Lemberg. Circa October 1914

Background image00117 Collection: Russian officers gather at the frontier railway station at Radzivilov before the army

Russian officers gather at the frontier railway station at Radzivilov before the army adavances in to Prussia and the Austro - Hungarian Empire Circa August 1914



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