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Karl Patzelt, a pilot from Austria-Hungary, with 5.00 victories, died on this day 4th May 1918

Karl Patzelt, a pilot from Austria-Hungary, with 5.00 victories, died on this day 4th May 1918

Oberleutnant Karl Patzelt was a World War I flying ace credited with five aerial victories. 263 more words

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The WRAF's In WWI.

A member of the Women’s Royal Air Force during the first world war on her motorbike now if all the members of the WRAF’s looked like this stunning women yeah I would have joined up as well.

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Err Thanks!

Fanny McHugh (far left) and Adelaide Ballantine (far right) hand out event tickets to soldiers in London, during the First World War. The two women worked for the Young Men’s Christian Association; their job was to steer soldiers away from ‘vice’ (consorting with prostitutes). 38 more words

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Women Working In Munitions.

Women at work in a munition factory during the first world war.

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Women At Work.

During the both world wars with most of the men away fighting their jobs were taken on by the female population here are some ladies working in a factory in Ireland during the first world war.

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Remembering Grandpa on his birthday....

Had he still been alive, today would have been my grandfather’s 118th birthday.  Sadly he’s been dead now since the nineteen seventies, but I often remember him.  583 more words

Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: May 1, 1918

May 1, 1918

Sighted Cape Charles Lighthouse on 4 to 8 A.M. watch.

Anchored in Hampton Roads 10 o’clock and docked at Newport News, Va. 2 P.M.

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