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  1. Russian Uniforms
  2. German Uniforms
  3. Dominion Troops uniforms
  4. Machine Guns of World War One
  5. French Uniforms
  6. Uniforms worn by WW1 Tankers
  7. German 13mm AT Rifle
  8. American Uniforms
  9. Serbian Uniforms
  10. Portugese uniforms
  11. British Plan from 1917-18: Normal Section of Fire Trench, Order of Work and Final Sec
  12. British Plan from 1917-18: Normal Communication Trench Sections
  13. British Plan from 1917-18: Diagrammatic Sketch of Portion of Front Line and Support L
  14. British Plan from 1917-18: Machine Gun Emplacement
  15. British Plan from 1917-18: Latrines
  16. British plan from 1917-18: Fire Trench, Forward Traverse to Existing Line & Wavy Fire
  17. British plan from 1917-18: Alternative Trace of Trenches: Zig-zag, T-Head
  18. British plan from 1917-18: Alternative Trace of Trenches: Curved without Traverses, D
  19. British plan from 1917-18: Simple Weather-proof Shelters, Elephant Iron Shelter
  20. British plan from 1917-18: Splinter Proof Shelters
  21. British plan from 1917-18: Portable Armoured OP's
  22. British plan from 1917-18: Portable Unarmoured OP's
  23. British plan from 1917-18: Typical Arrangement of Galleries and Accessory Dugouts
  24. British plan from 1917-18: Improvements to Shell Hole
  25. German Plan from 1915-16: Trench
  26. German Plan from 1915-16: Typical Front Trench & Communication Trench Layout
  27. German Plan from 1915-16: Simple Trench
  28. German Plan from 1915-16: Simple Weather Roof & Barbed Wire Schematic
  29. Forts in WW1
  30. Harry Patch, last British WWI soldier, dies at 111
  31. World War One Map Symbols
  32. The World in 1914
  33. Europe, 1914
  34. Northwest Europe, 1914, Western Front, The Schlieffen Plan and the French Plan
  35. Central Europe, 1914, Eastern Front, War Plans and Concentration Areas
  36. Northwest Europe, 1914, Concentration Areas of Opposing Armies, 2 August 1914
  37. Eastern France and Belgium, 1914, Advance of German Right Wing, The Battle
  38. Belgium 1914, Advance of German Right Wing to 20 August 1914
  39. Belgium and France, 1914, Battle of Frontiers-North, 2-26 August 1914
  40. Eastern France, 1914 Battle of Frontiers-South, 3-26 August 1914
  41. Allied Retreat, 26-30 August 1914
  42. Allied Retreat, 30 August - 5 September 1914
  43. The Battle of the Marne, Situation 9 September 1914
  44. German Withdrawal to the Aisne and Stablization of the Front 1914
  45. The Stablized Front, January - December 1915
  46. The Battle Verdun, Situation 21 February 1916
  47. The Battle of the Some, Situation 1 July 1916
  48. Eleven Battles of the Insonzo, June 1915 - September 1917
  49. The Battle of the Caporetto, 24 October - 12 November 1917
  50. Western Front, 1917, The Battle of Arras and the Second Battle of the Aisne
  51. The Battle of Messines, Third Battle of Ypres and the Battle Cambrai
  52. Western Front, Gaines of the Five German Offensives, March - July 1918
  53. Lys Offensive and the Somme Offensive
  54. The Battle of Vittorio Veneto, Situation 24 October- 4 November 1918
  55. The Second Battle of the Marne, and the Battle of Amiens
  56. The Meuse and Argonne Offensives
  57. Western Front, Final Allied Offensive, 25 September - 11 November 1918
  58. Eastern Europe, 1914 and Planned Army Concentration Areas in Central Europe, 1914
  59. The Tannenberg Campaign, Situation 23 August 1914
  60. The Battle of Tannenberg, Situation Eveneing of 26 August 1914
  61. The Battle of Tannenberg, Situation Eveneing of 30 August 1914
  62. Operations on the Eastern Front to 20 September 1914
  63. Campaign in Southwest Poland. Situation 1 November 1914
  64. The Winter Battle of Masuria
  65. Gorlice-Tarnow Breakthrough and Russian Withdrawal, 1 May - 30 September 1915
  66. The First, Second and Third Invasions of Serbia, August-December 1914
  67. Allied Operations in Salonika and Final Invasion of Serbia, 7 October 1915
  68. Eastern Front, March 1916
  69. The Brusilov Offensive, 1 May - 20 September 1916
  70. The Rumanian Campaign, 27 August - 18 September 1916
  71. The Rumanian Campaign, 25 October 1916
  72. The Rumanian Campaign, 26 Novemebr 1916 - 7 January 1917
  73. The Salonikan Front, 1915 - 1916
  74. German Amphibious Operations in the Baltic Islands, 10 - 20 October 1917
  75. Operatons in Eastern Europe, 1918 and Operations in central Europe, 1917
  76. Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Rail System
  77. Anglo - Indian Invasion of Lower Mesopotamia and Operations in 1914
  78. Defense of the Dardanelles Straights, February - March 1915 and Allied Initial Landin
  79. The Battle of Jutland, 30 -31 May 1916
  80. Lower Mesopotamia, Situation 31 July 1915
  81. First Advance on Baghdad, and the First and Second Battles of Kut
  82. Campaign in Egypt and Palestine
  83. Palestine, the Battle of Gaza and the Capture of Jerusalem
  84. The Battle of Megiddo, 19 - 25 September 1918
  85. Europe, Boundary Realignments Resulting from the War
  86. The World in 1919
  87. range finder on dreadnaughts
  88. Mussolini paid well as British agent in WWI
  89. German chancellor helps French mark end of WWI
  90. World War I Timeline
  91. Historian finds Red Baron's death certificate
  92. Researching British rugby club 1914-18
  93. College Park Airfield
  94. Dulce et Decorum Est
  95. Only living American WWI vet turns 109 in W.Va.
  96. Mojave cross can stay
  97. WWI soldier found in mass grave reburied in France
  98. Germany after world war 1
  99. Fred Buckles - Last Man's Club
  100. Last living US WWI vet dies in W. Va. at age 110
  101. Last known (British) WWI veteran dies at 110
  102. Finally laid to rest 95 years on, 21 German soldiers found perfectly preserved in tre
  103. Finally laid to rest 95 years on, 21 German soldiers found perfectly preserved in tre