Horse-power ... German soldiers pose near a pack animal with a purpose.

German soldiers pose near a pack animal with a purpose.

A Mauser T-Gewehr - German anti-tank rifle, being admired by some Canadian soldiers and the crew of a RTC Mk.V tank during the Battle of Amiens. August 1918 (Photo source - Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3395388) (Colorised by Paul Kerestes from Romania) https://www.facebook.com/jecinci/

A Mauser T-Gewehr – German anti-tank rifle, being admired by some Canadian soldiers and the crew of a RTC Mk.V tank during the Battle of Amiens. August 1918 (Photo source – Library and Archives Canada.

Caption: "A proud Prussian lancer. Horsemen of such units were called Uhlans. Initially, Uhlans were Polish and Lithuanian light horses introduced in the 15th century. In the Turkish Tatar language “oglan or ulan”, meant, amongst other things, a “brave warrior” or “young man”. "

A proud Prussian lancer. Initially, Uhlans were Polish and Lithuanian light horses introduced in the century. In the Turkish Tatar language “oglan or.

An Imperial German Army Royal Saxon Uhlan

An Imperial German Uhlan cavalryman sits atop his horse while at the frontline's of the Great War.

Russian soldiers teaching the Cossack dance to German prisoners of war. Eastern Front, 1915

It is hard to hate someone when you get to know them. The Great War. First World War, Russian army. The Russians teaching the German prisoners of war the cossack dance. The Eastern front, Russia,

Field portrait of a hirsute infantryman in Feldmarschmäßig - full marching order circa 1915. Possibly Infanterie-Regiment Prinz Friedrich der Niederlande (2. Westfälisches) Nr.15

Field portrait of a hirsute infantryman in Feldmarschmäßig - full marching order circa 1915. Possibly Infanterie-Regiment Prinz Friedrich der Niederlande (2. Westfälisches) Nr.15

Two German soldiers sharpen swords, circa 1915. As seen on the cover of the German newspaper,  Münchner Illustrierte.

greatwarincolour: “ Two German soldiers sharpen swords, circa As seen on the cover of the German newspaper, Münchner Illustrierte.

French Soldier's Kit: September-December 1914.This uniform is just one example of the exigent measures taken to reduce the visibility of the uniform in the fall of 1914. The soldier wears a m. 1914 Type 3 greatcoat made from the final existing stocks of a prewar cloth that was dark bluish-gray (not common), m. 1884 kepi in the same, blue canvas trousers (overalls), m. 1913 gaiters, m. 1912 boots, m. 1873 belt, and m. 1888 or 1905 cartridge pouches.

French Soldier's Kit: September-December uniform is just one example…

Bayern Seitengewehr 69/98 und 69/98 Säge

Two riflemen of a Guards Battalion of the Prussian Army pose for a photographic memento with their Mauser 98 rifles and full kit. The 98 is still in use for ceremonial duty with some units of the present-day German army.

1918 c. El "Mauser Tank Gewehr"-M1918, de 13.2x92mm, fué el primer y único fusil antitanque de la I G.M.

1918 c. El "Mauser Tank Gewehr"-M1918, de 13.2x92mm, fué el primer y único fusil antitanque de la I G.M.

German soldier during the early stages of WW1.

(early stages) - German soldier rests on a hillside. (so this is where adolph took his "look" from ,,,)

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