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German Machine Guns on display in Paris.
In, battle it would be very frightening to come face-to-face with these machine guns. They look very big and powerful, and would make me think twice about running out into the open in battle


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A British Soldier and His Horse wearing wearing a Gas Mask
I think this picture shows how dangerous it was during the war. Poisonous gasses filled the air, and it wasn't safe for people or even their animals to breathe in the harmful gasses.

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British expeditionary force embarking at Freetown, Sierra Leone
These boats are pretty small to carry this many men, and look over crowded. There isn't a lot of cover on this boat either, which would make them an easy target if spotted.
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German Troops holding First Line Trenches On The River Aisne
This pictures really showed me how dirty it was in the trenches, and how crowded they were. I am also shocked at how far out the trenches expand.


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Ruined buildings at Chateau Thierry
The total destruction done to this city is shocking. It shows the kind of destruction and devestation done by the war, and how entire cities were whiped out by bombs.


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Machine gun mounted on an aircraft
This shows how advanced the technology became during World War II. It would worry me to know that during battle, at any time, a plane could fly overhead, shooting us, and it would be nearly impossible to defend against.

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Entrance to Salvation Army station in old wine cellar in Mandre
This station for the army looks really run down, and unsafe. I would be frightened in there because it looks unsecure and difficult to defend.


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Recruits of the Women's Battalion of Death drilling
This picture makes me feel the nationalism that these women felt, volunteering to serve their country in war.


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Sunset in an oasis, Foum-Tatahouin, Tunisia
This is such a beautiful place and reminds me of a paradice, and a relaxing island. I can't picture any fighting going on here, and seeing hundreds of soldiers lying bloody and dead on the ground here.

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French railway ammunition dump
I am suprised at the large amounts of ammo being dumped here, and it makes me think of how much shooting was going on.

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Bulgarian ambulances
This picture shows how much worse the first-aid service was back then, and how unsecure and vulnerable it was to enemies.

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German troops pitching tents
This picture makes me think of what it would be like to keep having to travel by day, and set up a new place to sleep for the night, and the struggles that would go along with it.

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Major General Clarence E. Edwards, Commander, US Army 26th Division
This picture shows this Major General that looks like a very stern man, and someone who has an aura of authority to him. He looks confident and trustworthy.

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Old woman and her cow, displaced by the war
I feel very sorry for the woman in this picture, because she was forced to leave because of the war, and all she can take with her is her cow, and i would hate to be in that situation.

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Col. Coventry and officers approaching the Jaffa Gate, 1916.
This picture suprises me, because of the huge number of officers there was in the army. They stretch back as far as you can see, and it makes me wonder just how many soldiers were there.


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Camouflaged French Scheider tank
I am suprised that they even tried to camoflage a big tank like this. This camoflauge looks awful and i can not see how it would even effect the enemies sight of it even the slightest bit.