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Worldwar I - Fortifications 
Belgian forts: Liege
Belgian fronts data and pictures on various aspects of the first and second world war in Belgium
Fort de Liezele
Fortifikationen in German
Forts de Verdun en Français
Forts of Verdun Forts of Verdun
Hill 62
Fort de Mutzig, Alsace France Europe
Fort de Tavannes (Verdun)
Forte in den Alpen in German
Fortification Verdun a tip
Fort la caponniere en Français
Helsinki land and sea fortress of Helsinki. Helsinki, the capital city of Finland, was fortified during the first world war 1914 - 1918. Town was protected against the naval attacks by the coastal artillery batteries which located on the archipelago of the Helsinki district. On mainland areas town was surrounded with three consecutive fortress lines
Hindenburg line the Hindenburg Line was a vast system of defences in Northern France constructed by the Germans during the winter of 1916-17
Liège (1914 et 1940)
Needles battery constructed between 1861-95 as a defence against French invasion. The Battery is on the most westerley point of the Isle of Wight and overlooks one of Britain's most famous coastal landmarks
Shoreham old fort
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Weapons in world war I 
1918 - tanks
Aerodrome aces and aircraft of world war I
Aircraft of WW I aircraft of WW I
Airplanes: allied and German
Air power
Bayonet the bayonet
Big guns of the great war Big guns of the great war
British Submarines in the Sea of Marmara During World War I
Chemical warfare in world war I Chemical Warfare in World War I: The American Experience, 1917 - 1918
Chemical weapons in history mustard gas (actually a liquid) was introduced by the Germans in 1917. It burns and destroys the skin, eyes and lungs
Cross & cockade international airplanes
Daring the Dardanelles British submarines in the Sea of Marmara the Allied attempt to break through the Turkish Straits and invest Constantinople (modern day Istanbul) in 1915
De ontstaansgeschiedenis van de tank in de Eerste Wereldoorlog in Dutch
First world war weapons
Flags of world war I
Gas warfare in WWI the role of the German chemical warfare program in World War I. The paper will focus primarily on the German offensive use of chemical agents (gas) and will discuss the defensive measures of the Allies. The paper will define chemical warfare and explain its early use. It will discuss Germany’s use of various chemicals and their delivery systems
Germany's high sea fleet in the World War the battle of the Skagerrak. On May 31, 1916, he led the German fleet into the battle of Jutland, one of the great naval battles of this century
Germany's use of chemical warfare in the great war
Horses in world war 1
Imperial German Navy in World War I
Italian Naval Guns The first heavy guns used on the earlier battleships were British-made Armstrong. Also, Italy deployed some Skoda and other foreign-made equipment. With the modernization of the Italian fleet, along many innovations in the general area of engineering, came the development of highly sophisticated naval guns
League of WW 1 aviation historians
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Mustard gas Yperite, mustard gas, Mustard gas was first used effectively in World War I by the German army against British soldiers near Ypres in 1917 and later also against the French Second Army. The name Yperite comes from its usage by the German army near the city of Ypres
Mustard gas Yperite, mustard gas, Mustard gas (HD) is a chemical compound that was first used as a chemical weapon in World War I. In pure form, it is a colourless, odourless, viscous liquid at room temperature, ...
Mustard gas
Powers of persuasion guns, tanks, and bombs were the principal weapons of World War II, but there were other, more subtle forms of warfare as well. Words, posters, and films waged a constant battle for the hearts and minds of the American citizenry just as surely as military weapons engaged the enemy
Royal Navy submarines the Royal Navy entered the first World War with the world's largest submarine service, 62 boats, though only fifteen were ocean-going, the rest being coastal boats unsuitable for long distance patrols
Submarines in world war I this document is an element in a historical series on submarine warfare. It discusses submarine combat in the First World War, and submarine development in the time between the World Wars
Submarines of the Great War
Tank warfare
The aerodrome: aces and aircraft of world war I
The Fokker Everything you always wanted to know about the Fokker D.VII
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U boat attack 1916
US Navy and World War I- 1914-1918 ppt file
War at sea
Warships destroyed: 1914-18
Weapons
Weapons of war bayonets, grenades, pistols, poison gas, flamethrowers, tanks, rifles, trench mortars
World War 1 Aircraft Listing
World war I images airplanes
World war 1 naval combat
World war 1 aviation the story of world war 1 aviation
World war 1 tanks and cars
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Zeppelins
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