Kaiser WilhelmⅡ, Germany’s Imperial Warlord, was obsessed by war and conquest , he always liked to be as close to the action as his generals would allow. In order to...
“Lebel” rifle held firmly in one hand this soldier prepares to throw his grenade.
This action pose was suggested by a very famous French Poster of WW1.
In the midst of battle one “Poilu” stops to carry his wounded “copain” (mate) to safety... -
A British Army Padre reads a simple prayer over the dead body of a fallen “Tommy”. The design of the dead soldier was inspired by a similar figure which can...
Even on the battlefield there is compassion...a badly-wounded “Fritz”, supported by a comrade, is offered a drink from the water bottle of his British captor.
A wounded “Tommy” and his equally injured German prisoner make their painful way towards a Casualty Clearing Station.
Dressed in the traditional dark green coat of the Russian infantry the supreme leader of the Imperial Army provides a “blessing” for the departing regiment.
Many photographs of the early war period show Russian soldiers bareheaded, cap in hand, receiving a blessing from the Czar or an Orthodox priest.
Carrying one of the Imperial standards over his left shoulder this officer marches proudly forward.
Another advancing officer with sabre drawn.
The standard heavy machine gun of the Kaiser’s Army in action with its kneeling gunner and a loader bringing up extra ammunition.
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Two lone gunners remain to operate this artillery piece as the enemy approaches.
After his resignation from the government, following the Dardanelles debacle, Winston rejoined the Army and was appointed Commanding Officer of the 6th Btn. Royal Scots Fusiliers in France. Here he...
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When the first British tanks appeared on the battlefields of France the opposing Germans had, quite literally, nothing to oppose them with. However, always ever resourceful it did not take...
A mounted French Cuirassier, little different from his comrades of a century before… except for a khaki cloth helmet cover consults his field map.
Even in the age of the machine gun sabres were still carried.
Although sabres were also carried a pistol might do more ”damage” at close quarters…
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Three heavily-armed stormtroopers with an assortment of weapons gather around their officer... Perfect for a pre battle WW1 scene near the frontline trenches OR perhaps a street scenario in revolutionary...
Helmuth von Moltke (1848-1916) first saw active service in the Franco / Prussian War of 1870. Rapidly rising through the ranks of the officer corps he became aide-de-camp to Kaiser...