WWI; Imperial Russian soldiers ready for a gas attack probably on the Eastern Front.
A dreaded gas attack of World War One
Russian soldiers with gas masks.WW I
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Captured soldiers of the Russian 2nd Army after their defeat at the Battle of Tannenberg
Photograph of the Wounded British Soldiers at the Battle of the Somme. Dated 1916.
Boy soldiers of the exhausted Russian army in the latter stages of World War One
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Imperial Russian Army. WW1.
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Soldiers of the Russian Imperial Army stand in formation and await orders from their commander while stationed in the western border of the Russian Empire, ...
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His Majesty's Imperial Russian Life-Guards Cossack Regiment, Ural Sotnia on an army exercise
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British Troops wearing the British Small Box Respirator (SBR). Image: Public Domain
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Indian infantrymen training for receiving a gas attack, 1915.
German infantrymen attack through a cloud of poison gas. By the end of the war
Infantry in the front-line trenches preparing to meet a gas-attack. A
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Japanese Special Naval Landing Force wearing gas masks and rubber gloves during a chemical attack near Chapei in the Battle of Shanghai
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On 22 April 1915 the Germans released 168 tons of chlorine gas over a four mile
Royal Irish Rifles, 1916.
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A World War I British P Helmet c.1915
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Soldiers following the battle of the Somme
After receiving reinforcements, a joint Austrian-German offensive under General Mackensen was launched against Russian-Poland in May, a day before General ...
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Gas was not especially effective at killing the enemy - claiming only around 90,000 lives during
U.S. soldiers appear in Orzysz, Poland on April 13, 2017 before a welcome ceremony of NATO troops. Poland would like a permanent U.S. military base and has ...
Indian soldiers digging trenches, 1915.
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Israel Defense Forces "Yanshuf" battalion soldiers at chemical warfare defense exercise
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Italian dead after the Austrian gas attack on Monte San Michele
British emplacement after German gas attack (probably phosgene)
Gas attack on the West Front, near St. Quentin 1918—a German messenger dog loosed by his handler. Dogs were used throughout the war as sentries, scouts, ...
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French troops prepare to move on German positions.
Members of the German Red Cross, carrying bottle of liquid to revive those who have succumbed to a gas attack. #
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Gas-masked men of the British Machine Gun Corps with a Vickers machine gun.
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American troops with Vickers machine guns
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The fall of the strongpoints on the Vistula allowed the Germans to quickly advance and take Brest Litovsk and Grodno before the month was over.
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Japanese troops enter Hong Kong via the Shenzhen River, in December 1941
Italian frontline, WWI, June 1918
Highlanders, soldiers from the United Kingdom, take sandbags up to the front in 1916. #
Ottoman Turk Machine Gun Corps at Tel esh Sheria Gaza Line, in 1917, part of the Sinai and Palestine Campaign. British troops were battling the the Ottoman ...
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