Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

German merchant sub Deutschland being towed by tug into Baltimore harbor.
I think this is an interesting picture because you get to see the merchant ship being pulled into the innner harbor with goods to supply our nation.


Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Ruined house at Belgrade, Serbia
Seeing this picture makes me sad because this is a picture of someones house which was destroyed. This house could have held just a regular family that didnt do anything wrog, and because of the war, they lost everything.

Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Machine gun mounted on an aircraft
This picture makes me worried because from the ground you can't really see aircrafts and what they're carrying, or whether or not they're a good plain or a plain with weapons on it that could attack us.
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Salvation Army dugout at the front
I have alot of respect for this picture because the people in the salvation put thier lives on the line just to help out the soldiers.
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

View of Antwerp from across the River Scheldt
There were many locations for water like land, water, and air. The most difficult must have been the locations on the coast because soldiers had to cross water to attack all while being discreet.
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

German printing office on the Western Front
Communication was such a big deal during the war that they built little huts and camoflouged them just so that they could keep in contact with one another.

Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Austrian trenches near Jasionna
trenches played an important part in the war. It gave the soldiers a place to hide behind during open fire.
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

British nurses on hospital barge
Nurses took really good care of the soldiers. They went all over the world to take care of the soldiers who were wounded trying to protect our country.

Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Camouflaged French Scheider tank
Camouflage kept alot of soldiers safe also. The camouflage made it difficult for the enemy to see them. It made almost for a "surprise attack"

Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Carrier pigeon released from British trench
Carrier pigeons must have been useful because a soldier could write a note/letter and the pigeon would know exactly where "the home" or base was located to deliver it. They also must have been hard to capture too so the enemies wouldnt easily be able to intercept information.
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Paris women accompanying their husbands of the French reserve to the railway station where they leave for the front
This picture is sad because the women are saying there last goodbyes before their husbands leave, not knowing whether they would ever return home.
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Belgian peasants showing pass to sentries
Even during a time of war, the soldiers let the peasants pass. They must not have pose any signs of danger to the place where they are going.
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Soldier taking a break
This is kind of a depressing picture. The soldier looks worn out, tired, and sad.

Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Captured German 77mm gun
Canons were useful during the war because it let the soldiers attack while standing somewhat far away from the enemy. A canon could injure a crowd, not just a single individual.
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand
He was an Archduke of Austria-Este, Austro-Hungarian and Royal Prince of Hungary and of Bohemia, and from 1889 until his death, heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne.
"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archduke_Franz_Ferdinand_of_Austria"
Click to view full size image
Click to view full size image

British tank moving through town
I think this is also a sad picture because it is of a neighborhood where child, at one point, might have been able to play in the streets with there neighbors or friends, and family members could sit outside and enjoy the fresh air. Now there houses have been destroyed and its not safe to be outside for fear of the enemy.