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Tea Time

I know it’s late for tea time (it’s now 7 PM in Italy and I am having my Friday beer), but I am still on time for my US friends! 27 more words

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Wounded prisoners

Another POW camp for today. Once again, soldiers from different countries are mixed, as we can see at least one French soldiers, among several German ones. 58 more words

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A prison on the Eastern front

We’re still in Russia, with another kind of building, after yesterday’s hut. A rather interesting, even mysterious picture: Most of these men are Russian soldiers, without weapon or equipment. 68 more words

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Ready to stab

And just before the deadline (it’s almost midnight), here’s the pic of the day! I’ve chosen this picture of two Doughboys portrayed in a studio in France. 43 more words

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Of Mules and Men

For this Sunday, here is a picture of French artillerymen with their mules; they wear 65 mm mountain guns. Mules were perfect to bring the material into position in the mountains and were cared by their men. 24 more words

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The surrender of German fleet

On the night of 15 November, Rear-Admiral Hugo Meurer, the representative of Admiral Franz von Hipper, met Admiral David Beatty aboard Beatty’s flagship, HMS Queen Elizabeth. 23 more words

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Sweaters

I was interested in this photograph because it shows US soldiers without their jackets, which allows to clearly see their sweaters. And I’ve realized that I have documentation (a lot of documentation) about trousers, belts, shoes, jackets, shirts but almost nothing to US Army sweaters. 33 more words

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