bantarleton: “ A British soldier’s last letter home. My Darling, When you get this you will know I have died in the service of my country. Please take comfort knowing that my last thoughts in their world were of you. Art by Dan Nance. ”
“Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light; I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.”
World War I Recruitment Poster for the Royal Air Force, possibly for recruitment in Ireland (© McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock)
A British poster helps civilians identify friendly and enemy airplanes and airships.
Diagrams of British and German airships drawn to scale. First World War.
A slaughter in the light of the moon : Battle of Passchendaele, December 2, 1917
Portrait of an Indian WW1 Soldier
"Oy Hans! This fking bulb blew again." "Listen m-nein, no refunds means NO REFUNDS" "Hans, I paid 5 Reichsmarks for this"
Lieutenant F. J. E. Stafford (d.1917), Royal Flying Corps by Frank O. Salisbury. Date painted: 1916.
U.S. Marines in action at the Battle Belleau Wood in June 1918. - painting by Tom Lovell.