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The Imperial War Museums house what is probably the world's largest collection of photographs of World War I. This handsome book, worthy of any library or coffee table, contains a superb collection of almost four hundred of those photographs. The majority of the photographs Cited by: 1. World At War; World War I And World War Ii In Photographs book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(6). The images used in "The First World War in Photographs" come from the Imperial War Museum. While there are images from all fronts and nations, not surprisingly most of the images are of the British Army. What makes this volume better than average is the photographic commentary provided by the noted historian, /5(13). The Library of Congress Prints & Photograph Division (P&P) has more t pictures relating to World War I, in a wide array of formats, including photographic prints and negatives, cartoons, ephemera, posters and drawings.
World War I in Photos. One hundred years ago, in the summer of , a series of events set off an unprecedented global conflict that ultimately claimed the lives of more than 16 million people. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month World War I History of o results for Books: History: Military: World War I. World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I. When we think of World War I, images of the bloody, muddy Western Front are generally what come to mind. Scenes of frightened young men standing. As a part-timer war scolar, I enjoy studying WWI. This book covers all of the first conflict of the twentieth century with brilliant pictures for the Imperial War Museum in London, England. The pictures are awe-inspiring and shows the damage and power of war. This book is puncuated with expert essays by war .
World War I in Photos: Introduction. A century ago, an assassin, a Serbian nationalist, killed the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary as he visited Sarajevo. This act was the catalyst for a. Sample World War I book-related initiatives documented in photos and posters. Looking closely at the World War I posters online suggests just how important reading was to people stationed far from home on both sides of the conflict. The collection consists of photographs of the United States Army Signal Corps in Europe during World War I from ca. The photographs include images of camp life, trenches, the destruction of towns and countryside in France and Germany, German prisoners, American field hospitals and ambulance corps, battlefields, and troops. Black & white photos. Size H 28 x W x D cms Object Registration Keywords books-military-history, photography-photographs Historical information From back cover: World War I in Photographs is an astonishing visual account of the Great War recounting the loss, the tragedy, the courage and the horror of military action in vivid detail.