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Ypern, Flanders, Belgium: 1915. A group of gas-blinded British soldiers who were wounded as a result of poisonous gas application in the Battle of Ypres in 1915 grab one another's shoulder in order to not lose the way.  ©SZ Photo / Scherl / The Image Works
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Ypern, Flanders, Belgium: 1915. A group of gas-blinded British soldiers who were wounded as a result of poisonous gas application in the Battle of Ypres in 1915 grab one another's shoulder in order to not lose the way. ©SZ Photo / Scherl / The Image Works
England:  c. 1917 British sailors tending a boiler on a ship during World War I.   © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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England: c. 1917
British sailors tending a boiler on a ship during World War I. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
New York, New York:  May 4, 1917 American women are ready to take up the industrial labors of the fighting men. This woman is at the end of the Hippodrome theatrical season and ready to work as a window washer.   © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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New York, New York: May 4, 1917
American women are ready to take up the industrial labors of the fighting men. This woman is at the end of the Hippodrome theatrical season and ready to work as a window washer. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
New York, New York:  May 4, 1917 American women are ready to take up the industrial labors of the WWI fighting men. This woman is at the end of her Hippodrome theatrical season and ready to work as a butcher   © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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New York, New York: May 4, 1917
American women are ready to take up the industrial labors of the WWI fighting men. This woman is at the end of her Hippodrome theatrical season and ready to work as a butcher © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
New York, New York:  May 4, 1917 American women are ready to take up the industrial labors of the WWI fighting men. This woman is at the end of her Hippodrome theatrical season and ready to work as a barber.   © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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New York, New York: May 4, 1917
American women are ready to take up the industrial labors of the WWI fighting men. This woman is at the end of her Hippodrome theatrical season and ready to work as a barber. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
France:  c. 1916 French cavalry horses swimming across a river in northern France.   © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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France: c. 1916
French cavalry horses swimming across a river in northern France. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
France:  c. 1916 French cavalry and army airplanes scouting the landscape for the enemy during WWI.   © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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France: c. 1916
French cavalry and army airplanes scouting the landscape for the enemy during WWI. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Washington D.C.:  April 8, 1932.  WWI veterans of the Bonus Army stage a demonstration to grant them their bonus as Congress in turn struggles with a deficit.   © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Washington D.C.: April 8, 1932.
WWI veterans of the Bonus Army stage a demonstration to grant them their bonus as Congress in turn struggles with a deficit. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Trieste, Italy:  November 6, 1918 The harbor in Trieste which has now fallen into the hands of the Italians.   © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Trieste, Italy: November 6, 1918
The harbor in Trieste which has now fallen into the hands of the Italians. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
The British Heir apparent and the French Commander in Chief : The Prince of Wales about to decorate General Nivelle 21 April 1917   ©TopFoto/ The Image Works
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The British Heir apparent and the French Commander in Chief : The Prince of Wales about to decorate General Nivelle
21 April 1917
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The British Heir apparent and the French Commander in Chief : The Prince of Wales and General Nivelle watching the march past of troops , with French and British Officers , in the Place de l'Hotel de ville at Beauvais , France 21 April 1917   ©TopFoto/ The Image Works
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The British Heir apparent and the French Commander in Chief : The Prince of Wales and General Nivelle watching the march past of troops , with French and British Officers , in the Place de l'Hotel de ville at Beauvais , France
21 April 1917
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The French Commander in Chief at Noyon : General Robert Nivelle received a bouquet of flowers from a little girl after the liberation of the town from the Germans . Also seen in the photograph is Senator Noel , Mayor of Noyon , who was a prisoner of the German 's for two years . 20 March 1917   ©TopFoto/ The Image Works
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The French Commander in Chief at Noyon : General Robert Nivelle received a bouquet of flowers from a little girl after the liberation of the town from the Germans . Also seen in the photograph is Senator Noel , Mayor of Noyon , who was a prisoner of the German 's for two years .
20 March 1917
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Israel / Palestine: The Ottoman surrender of Jerusalem to representatives of the British Army of General Edmund Allenby in World War I, 9 December 1917 - The Ottoman Mayor of Jerusalem, Hussein Effendi el Husseini (al-Husseini), meeting with Sergeants Sedgwick and Hurcomb of the 2/19th Battalion, London Regiment, under the white flag of surrender, at 8 am, 9 December, 1917.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Israel / Palestine: The Ottoman surrender of Jerusalem to representatives of the British Army of General Edmund Allenby in World War I, 9 December 1917 - The Ottoman Mayor of Jerusalem, Hussein Effendi el Husseini (al-Husseini), meeting with Sergeants Sedgwick and Hurcomb of the 2/19th Battalion, London Regiment, under the white flag of surrender, at 8 am, 9 December, 1917. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
World War I. Arrival of the first U.S. contingents in Saint-Nazaire (France), late June 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Sunday, July 1st, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War I. Arrival of the first U.S. contingents in Saint-Nazaire (France), late June 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Sunday, July 1st, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War I. American troops in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Cheered by the crowd, the second battalion of the 16th American infantry regiment leaving the Gare d'Austerlitz train station. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Wednesday July 4, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War I. American troops in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Cheered by the crowd, the second battalion of the 16th American infantry regiment leaving the Gare d'Austerlitz train station. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Wednesday July 4, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War One. Inter-Allied conference in Paris, early May 1917. Mr Simms-Grant, American Admiral and the navy attaché. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Sunday, May 6, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War One. Inter-Allied conference in Paris, early May 1917. Mr Simms-Grant, American Admiral and the navy attaché. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Sunday, May 6, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War One. The American thirteen-star flag, given by the city of Philadelphia on the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of La Fayette, hoisted at Paris city hall, on September 6, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Friday, September 7, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War One. The American thirteen-star flag, given by the city of Philadelphia on the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of La Fayette, hoisted at Paris city hall, on September 6, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Friday, September 7, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War One. Justin Godard (1871-1956), French lawyer and politician, leaving the Neuilly hospital after the solemn closing of the ambulance, maintained by the American army (present American Hospital of Paris). Neuilly-sur-Seine (France), July 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Monday, July 23, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War One. Justin Godard (1871-1956), French lawyer and politician, leaving the Neuilly hospital after the solemn closing of the ambulance, maintained by the American army (present American Hospital of Paris). Neuilly-sur-Seine (France), July 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" of Monday, July 23, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War One. Ceremony for the American Independence Day. John Pershing (1860-1948), American General of the Armies, making a speech at the tomb of La Fayette. Paris, Picpus cemetery, on July 4, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on July 5, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War One. Ceremony for the American Independence Day. John Pershing (1860-1948), American General of the Armies, making a speech at the tomb of La Fayette. Paris, Picpus cemetery, on July 4, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on July 5, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War One. Ceremony for the American Independence Day. William Graves Sharp (1859-1922), American ambassador, making a speech at the tomb of La Fayette. Paris, Picpus cemetery, on July 4, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on July 5, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War One. Ceremony for the American Independence Day. William Graves Sharp (1859-1922), American ambassador, making a speech at the tomb of La Fayette. Paris, Picpus cemetery, on July 4, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on July 5, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War I. US troops arriving in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. US soldiers fraternizing with French casualties. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" on Wednesday, July 4, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War I. US troops arriving in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. US soldiers fraternizing with French casualties. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" on Wednesday, July 4, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War I. Crowd greeting the arrival of the US troops in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on Wednesday, July 4, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War I. Crowd greeting the arrival of the US troops in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on Wednesday, July 4, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War I. US troops arriving in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Nurse serving coffee on the platform of a train station. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" on Wednesday, July 4, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War I. US troops arriving in Paris, on July 3rd, 1917. Nurse serving coffee on the platform of a train station. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior" on Wednesday, July 4, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War I. US troops in Paris, early 1917. Entrance of the US Army headquarters, rue de Constantine. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on Tuesday, July 3rd 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War I. US troops in Paris, early 1917. Entrance of the US Army headquarters, rue de Constantine. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on Tuesday, July 3rd 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
World War I. Arrival of the first US contingents in France. Field kitchen of a camp, near Saint-Nazaire (France), late June 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on Tuesday, July 3rd, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe  / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War I. Arrival of the first US contingents in France. Field kitchen of a camp, near Saint-Nazaire (France), late June 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on Tuesday, July 3rd, 1917. © Excelsior – L'Equipe / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works

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