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Choose from 451 pictures in our 00118 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Black flags seen flying from all most every building in Brussels believe to be flown Featured 00118 Image

Black flags seen flying from all most every building in Brussels believe to be flown

Black flags seen flying from all most every building in Brussels believe to be flown following the loss of the Leige Forts to the Germans. The coming of the German troops was kept a secret from the people of Brussels until the last minute. The proclamation of the mayor hit the people like a clap of thunder. The mayor went out to meet the troops and upon their appearance had a white flag held aloft. He talked then with a German officer and received from the latter the assurance that nothing would happen to the people if they would give up all acts of violence towards the Germans.
August 16th 1914

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The Hospital Ship Asturias seen here leaving the French Channel port of Le Harve for Featured 00118 Image

The Hospital Ship Asturias seen here leaving the French Channel port of Le Harve for

The Hospital Ship Asturias seen here leaving the French Channel port of Le Harve for England in September 1914. The ship would be torpedoed in 1917 killing 31. The ship was repaired and went on to be a cruise ship through the 1920s

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1910s, 20th Century, Bicycle, Casualties, Conflict, Crowd, Docks, Journey, Man, Military, Repatriation, Voyage, War, World War One, Ww1

Army Service Corps France Circa October 1914 The unsung heroes of the British army Featured 00118 Image

Army Service Corps France Circa October 1914 The unsung heroes of the British army

Army Service Corps France Circa October 1914
The unsung heroes of the British army during World War One, the ASC, known as "Ally Sloper's Cavalry" - were the men who operated the transport. Armies can not fight without food, equipment and ammunition. In the Great War, the vast majority of this tonnage, supplying a vast army on many fronts, was supplied from the U.K. Using an assortment of transport methods including horsed and motor vehicles, railways and waterways. the ASC performed prodigious feats of logistics and were one of the great strengths of organisation by which the war was waged. Our Picture Shows: Mechanics and Farriers of the ASC hanging up their washing after a hard days toil. Circa 10th October 1914

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