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The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, 1918 - how people celebrated the end of WWI.

London crowds celebrating the signing of the Armistice (Nov. The first Armistice Day)

Year:  1917 http://www.legacy.com/news/galleries/explore-history/gallery/how-women-dressed-100-years-ago?affiliateId=1964

Women munitions workers' football team from the AEC Munitions Factory at Beckton, London.

Sister Hilda Mary Steele WW1 - a New Zealander in the Australian Nursing Corps - my Great Grandmother

Sister Hilda Mary Steele - a New Zealander in the Australian Nursing Corps - my Great Grandmother

stokesay castle - Google Search

stokesay castle - Google Search

Kumpulan foto-foto terbaik # 2 - http://psdesain.net/kumpulan-foto-foto-terbaik-2.html

70 Years Ago Today The Flag on Iwo Jima was raised by Sergeant Strank, Corporal Block, Private First Class Hayes, Private First Class Sousley, Private First Class Gagnon and Pharmacist’s Mate Second Class John H. Photo taken by Joe Rosenthal

How the world celebrated the first Armistice Day, in 1918

How the world celebrated the first Armistice Day, in 1918

guns-gas-trenches: ““To Hell with the Kaiser” A common sentiment during wwi ”

Douaumont Ossuary.

Inauguration of the Douaumont ossuary. Begun in the building of this monument was not completed until It is intended to house the remains of unknown soldiers who fell during the Battle of Verdun.

Nieuwkerke  WWI

Nieuwkerke WWI

A British sentry cuts a lonely picture as he stands at his post at sunrise in France, March 1915

World War One realities pictured: 30 emotive images

Article 231, often known as the War Guilt Clause, was the opening article of the reparations section of the Treaty of Versailles, which ended the First World War between the German Empire and the Allied and Associated Powers. The article did not use the word "guilt" but it served as a legal basis to compel Germany to pay reparations. Trains, loaded with machinery, deliver their cargo as reparation payment in kind.

Germany was forced to pay for reparations after the war. This picture is some of the reparations being done.

The German Taube, easily the most beautiful aircraft of the entire Great War. I mean, it has FEATHERS.

The German Etrich Taube, certainly the most organic aircraft of the Great War.

U.K. WWI British V.A.D. Nurses (Voluntary Aid Detachement) in Red Cross uniform

(Voluntary Aid Detachment) Nurses during World War I in Red Cross uniforms.

Tank man (Tianmen Square, Beijing), June 5, 1989 Image courtesy: AP Photo/Jeff Widener

A Chinese man blocks a line of tanks heading east on Beijing’s Chang’an Boulevard after Chinese forces crushed a pro-democracy demonstration in Tiananmen Square in Photograph: Jeff Widener/AP

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