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TYWKIWDBI ("Tai-Wiki-Widbee"): WWI German soldier wearing his night shirt, armed with a bayonet, standing in front of a latrine with. a cat on his head. Well all righty then. kitten soldier ww ii ww i

WWI Red Cross Nurse with Rescue Dog. (Dog was trained to locate wounded on the battlefield, and bark to call attention to them.)

WWI Red Cross Nurse with Rescue Dog. (Dog was trained to locate wounded on the battlefield, and bark to call attention to them.) Happy Nurse Day to all the military nurses.

medicine chest.

medicine chest, Vincenzo Giustiniani, the last Genoese governor of the Island of Chios in the eastern Aegean Sea, in the On a box from the middle drawer is painted the symbol of Chios - a black eagle above a three-towered castle. The chest contains

CHOCOLATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Day Sweet (Candy) Rationing Ended! 5 February a crowd of children rush to get into a sweetshop in north Acton as it opens its doors on the day sweet rationing ended.

Children sleep in hammocks on the rails of a London Underground station. Of course, the electric rail is switched off. November 1940

November 1940 - children sleep in hammocks in the London Underground, using it as a shelter during an air raid. The electric track was switched off, for safety, when people sheltered in Tube stations.

In July, 1917, a new scheme for warning the people of London of impending air raids was adopted. When enemy aircraft were approaching, policemen with a notice warning passers-by to “take cover” went out on bicycles, blowing their whistles to attract attention. When all danger had passed, Boy Scouts went round blowing bugles.

The Bicycle. In July, a new scheme for warning the people of London of impending air raids was adopted. When enemy aircraft were approaching, policemen with a notice warning passers-by to “take cover”

A trench flooded with water which lead to soldiers receiving trench foot. The water would stay in these trenches for days.

Trench construction in World War I

World War One: Cameronian officer Robin Morley negotiates a flooded trench at Bois Grenier in January after the pumps provided by the Royal Engineers had failed to persuade 'French water to run uphill'/

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