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WAAF trainee balloon operators learning their first lesson in tethering a kite balloon with a model at No. 1 Balloon Training Unit, RAF Cardington, Shortstown, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, 1940sTsar Nicholas II of Russia inspecting a 75mm field gun of th French Army, 1901
WAAF trainee balloon operators learning their first lesson in tethering a kite balloon with a model at No. 1 Balloon Training Unit, RAF Cardington, Shortstown, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, 1940sTsar Nicholas II of Russia inspecting a 75mm field gun of th French Army, 1901
Ehrhardt 7.5 cm field gun on sled transport during exercises, Norway, 1904, photo 1 of 2Ehrhardt 7.5 cm field gun on sled transport during exercises, Norway, 1904, photo 2 of 2
Ehrhardt 7.5 cm field gun on sled transport during exercises, Norway, 1904, photo 1 of 2Ehrhardt 7.5 cm field gun on sled transport during exercises, Norway, 1904, photo 2 of 2
Interior of the Ross Rifle Factory, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 1904-1905Norwegian troops with Krag-Jørgensen rifles, 1905
Interior of the Ross Rifle Factory, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 1904-1905Norwegian troops with Krag-Jørgensen rifles, 1905
Technical drawings of the Glisenti M1910 semi-automatic pistolChinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911
Technical drawings of the Glisenti M1910 semi-automatic pistolChinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911
Canadian troops with Ross rifles in Canada, 1914Canadian troops with Ross rifles, Camp Barriefield, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1915
Canadian troops with Ross rifles in Canada, 1914Canadian troops with Ross rifles, Camp Barriefield, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1915
Polish troops cleaning their Berthier rifles in France, 1907-1915French naval infantrymen with 75mm and 90mm guns, near Paris, France, Jan 1915
Polish troops cleaning their Berthier rifles in France, 1907-1915French naval infantrymen with 75mm and 90mm guns, near Paris, France, Jan 1915
French naval infantrymen with 75mm gun, near Paris, France, Jan 1915Austro-Hungarian Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 medium machine gun crew in the Tyrolean region of Austria, 1914-1918
French naval infantrymen with 75mm gun, near Paris, France, Jan 1915Austro-Hungarian Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 medium machine gun crew in the Tyrolean region of Austria, 1914-1918
Ordnance QF 4.5 inch Howitzer being pulled by horses, Moascar, Egypt, 1915-1916Troops of 1st Battalion of Greek Army of National Defence with Y1903 rifles, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1916
Ordnance QF 4.5 inch Howitzer being pulled by horses, Moascar, Egypt, 1915-1916Troops of 1st Battalion of Greek Army of National Defence with Y1903 rifles, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1916
A British 4.5in howtizer on the Western Front of WW1, Thiepval-Somme area, France, Sep 1916Austrian soldiers in WW1; note Steyr-Mannlicher M1895 rifles, grenades, and helmets
A British 4.5in howtizer on the Western Front of WW1, Thiepval-Somme area, France, Sep 1916Austrian soldiers in WW1; note Steyr-Mannlicher M1895 rifles, grenades, and helmets
Female worker being helped out of a BL 15 in gun after she had finished cleaning the rifling, Coventry Ordnance Works, England, United Kingdom, 1914-1918Female worker cleaning the rifling of a BL 15 in gun, Coventry Ordnance works, England, United Kingdom, 1914-1918
Female worker being helped out of a BL 15 in gun after she had finished cleaning the rifling, Coventry Ordnance Works, England, United Kingdom, 1914-1918Female worker cleaning the rifling of a BL 15 in gun, Coventry Ordnance works, England, United Kingdom, 1914-1918

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