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  ww1 and history of ww1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
ww1 was also a war of change, a last blow to the old order in Europe to pave way for the new.
WW1 proved to be the decisive break with the old world order, marking the final demise of absolutist monarchy in Europe.
WW1 showed the new direction war was headed where each side would begin to use desperate and sometimes horrific strategies to gain any advantage, even at the expense of the innocent.
www.worldwar1-history.com   (626 words)

  
 WW1 A1 feild gear   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The carry strap is intact and sound with a sewn loop in the middle of it that was probably put there as a size adjustment as there is no built-in size adjustment buckle.
This carrier is not marked or dated but is definitely WW1 produced as they simply did not make them after the war.
During WW1 the French army did not issue complete cigarettes (probably the only army not to do so) They did however issue a tobacco ration and the soldier was to procure his own rolling papers.
www.nomanslandmilitaria.com /ww1_a1_feild_gear.html   (1662 words)

  
 COLOUR SCHEMES OF WW1 WARSHIPS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
At the commencement of WW1 the British were using a grey officially termed "Battleship Grey".
British ships had carried an extensive system of coloured bands on their funnels pre WW1 and this was continued during the period between the wars.
It must be remembered that WW1 camouflage schemes were intended to confuse enemy submarines as to the course and direction of the ship.
www.navwar.freeserve.co.uk /ww1colourschemes.htm   (3186 words)

  
 The use of the German WW1 helmet by the Finnish Army
During WW1, the Finnish troops from Jägerbattalion 27 had the normal green colored helmets.
At the end of WW1, troops of the Königlicher Preussischer Jägerbattailon Nr 27, came back too Finland with the German Baltic Sea Navy and were involved in the Independence War from 1918.
WW1 helmets were thus used during the Second World War (BF64).
home.tiscali.be /be033830/jukka/jukkahelmetgallery.htm   (1340 words)

  
 ww1 posters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
If your a ww1 posters movie buff you'll find not only posters ww1 posters from your favorite movies out in the theaters now, you can find posters from all the classics.
Whether ww1 posters you are interested in Rock, Pop, Blues, Jazz, or Country, its all just a click away even those limited edition concert posters you've been ww1 posters searching for.
Whether you are decorating ww1 posters your home or your dorm room, posters and artist prints will make your living space come alive.
www.jerryreber.com /ww1_posters.htm   (308 words)

  
 Re: WW1 & WW2 like events to occur somewhere in year 2500 thereabouts;
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Re: WW1 & WW2 like events to occur somewhere in year 2500 thereabouts;
WW1 & WW2 like events to occur somewhere in year 2500 thereabout
www.talkaboutinvestments.com /group/sci.econ/messages/181050.html   (597 words)

  
 WW1: Ww1 |   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
WW1 Medal of Honor Recipients - A list with citations of First World War recipients of the Medal of Honor, the United States' highest honor for valor under enemy fire..
WW1 Tanks and Cars - Tanks and armoured cars of World War I. Includes photos and detailed specifications for a wide variety of (sometimes extremely obscure) vehicles..
The game starts at the beginning of 1901, before WW1, where you are at the command of one of the big seven nations of Europe..
www.iper1.it /moda-abiti-sposi-sposa-nozze-cerimonia/index/cerca/ww1   (985 words)

  
 ww1, 1914-18, mustard gas
In ancient times fires were lit so that smoke choked the other side, especially if the things you were burning was soaked in tar or oil.
It fitted in the yellow cross catagory, it was called mustard gas because of it's smell.
The reasons for this was, that it was difficult to detect, it penetrated anything, masks clothes, it vapourised relitively easily depending on the weather conditions and could form fogs, it was also easy to deliver.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/kylet1/gas.htm   (789 words)

  
 Did any jews fight in Germany ww1? - Stormfront White Nationalist Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
WW1 had many reasons, difficult to explain in a few sentences.
The immediate cause was the assassination of the Austrian heir to the throne by a Serb nationalist, which led to an Austrian-Serbian conflict and since both powers were tied into coalitions with other European powers it quickly turned into a general European war.
Several factors leading to WW1, but one of the contributing factors was the alliance system.
www.stormfront.org /forum/showthread.php?t=23907   (916 words)

  
 WW1 and Tanks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The design and role of WW1 tanks wasn't a novelty, but it was still in it's early stages of evolution, as were the means to combat them.
This was the fore runner of the German Blitz tactic's, the attacks on this position went in with a creeping barrage followed by tanks and infantry, the Air force also flew strafing and bombing mission either to stop reinforcements making their way to the front or to keep the Germans heads down in the trenches.
The Germans had claimed that this line was impregnable, but the whole lot fell in two weeks of fighting and it was the fall of this German defence line that actually brought WW1 to an end.
www.military-quotes.com /forum/viewtopic.php?t=9130   (881 words)

  
 WW1 PAGE
This has loads of knap left on the materialbut has a tear under the right armpit and a small tear/hole in the coller where a disc was.
The leather strap holding the tail on is kinda rotton and one end has broken off but it is not a detraction from use or display.
These were used in the early 1900s but saw use in WW1 as a useful bag for carrying rations and other items.
www.garlic.com /~rgkay/ww1.html   (1583 words)

  
 bib ww1
Here's a new book on WW1 that not only covers a little documented aspect of the war, but is well written and contains a lot of nice details as well.
This may well be one of the last really good WW1 memoirs to be printed, as the veterans have just about died off.
It looked like it was from WW1, but there was no way of really knowing if it wasn’t a Boy Scout item from the 1930’s.
www.militaria.com /bookr/bibww1.html   (1082 words)

  
 All Shop's ( ww1 or w.w.1* ) and postc* : Collect at Curioshop
W.W.1: Austrian - Hungarian Empire: Autograph of Stefan Sarkotic on a postcard sent Sarajevo to Wien.
WW1: Field postcard showing a German soldier on a horse, holding a package of Leibniz biscuits.
W.W.1.: Autograph by the famous WWI field marshal Hadvy on a postcard sent Hungary to Austria.
www.rubylane.com /shops/curioshop/ilist?ss=(+ww1+or+w.w.1*+)+postc*&samedb=1&sb=1   (954 words)

  
 All Shop's wwi or ww1 or w.w.1 or w.w.i : Collect at Curioshop
WW1: 1915: b/w postcard depicting the Austro-Hungarian Battleship Zriny/Erzherzog Franz Ferdinand.
WW1: 2 photos of Refugees transported by train....
WW1: 2 photos of the period of World War One: 1) Refugees transported by train Children, their parents, soldiers.....2) Horses in a saloon of a villa.
www.rubylane.com /shops/curioshop/ilist/,page=2,samedb=1,ss=wwi%20or%20ww1%20or%20w%2ew%2e1%20or%20w%2ew%2ei.html   (1161 words)

  
 School Work on CASES OF WW1
these countries also used ww1 as an opportunity to fight for their own reasons and to clear things up once and for all.
therewere lots ofcasualties because ww1 was a total war which meant it affected soldiers as well as civilians.
ww1 was often known as the great war or the war to end all wars because the stupidity and violence of the war was so horrific that people thought nothing like this would ever happen again.
www.123schoolwork.com /show_essay/255584.html   (183 words)

  
 The Great WW1 modelling Cookups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This is an ongoing project of the W.W.1 Modeler's list.
The idea for this online project is to showcase the variety of subjects and markings of the models of World War I. These projects will attempt to show the fun and enjoyment of modeling World War I subjects.
One of the basic tenets of the WW1 Modelling List is that you have fun with your hobby.
www.wwi-cookup.com /index.html   (636 words)

  
 World War One Aviation Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Here are some links to WW1 aviation resources for learning more about these 4 remarkable years in aviation history.
Replicraft - plans for a number of WW1 aircraft - sourced from original documents, accurate and detailed enough to use in model or full-sized replicas.
Muzeum Lotnictwa Krakow WW1 aircraft photo gallery - from a trip to Poland in 1996 June.
mamacass.ucsd.edu:8080 /people/pblanco/ww1_aviation.html   (539 words)

  
 German badges from WW1
This underscores the fact that WW1 Germany was a group of States, Principalities, Duchies and was not just 1 unified country.
Zeppelin air ships were a large part of the German attempt to control the air war in WW1.
I have been looking for a WW1 medal that was issued for all the troops in the 88th Division.
www.diggerhistory.info /pages-medals/german_medals5.htm   (838 words)

  
 Uk Military Records Ww1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The archive collection of military records covers sources dealing with soldiers and militiamen, naval and air forces from the earliest references generally up to the end of the Great War 1914-1918..
They go up to WW1 which are still.
III, No. 25 This issue of English and Welsh Roots is the first article in a series designed to help you find information for ancestors who served in the British Military.
www.spy-review.com /wd/webdetective18631.html   (512 words)

  
 WW1 Links
Henry Williamson Society - key author who served in WW1 and wrote numerous books and novels.
WW1 Cemeteries - useful site with details of all CWGC cemeteries in Belgium and France.
Historique de Regiments - histories of French Regiments in WW1.
battlefields1418.50megs.com /links.htm   (1252 words)

  
 Re: WW1 Poetry Anthologies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
There is also the "Faber Book of War Poetry" but this is not specifically WW1.
I am reding an American one at the moment "History and Rhymes of the Lost Battalion" by Buck Private McCollum, that come highly recommended if you are interested in the American view of WW1.
It is a big difference from the Englisk stuff which tends to depict the English as victims all the time.
www.hcu.ox.ac.uk /cgi-bin/jtap/board/config.pl?read=1508   (319 words)

  
 Review: Sideshow Toys WW1 German Officer
Binoculars: The figure comes with a basic set of officer's field glasses and a sculpted brown leather case, on which one of the hinges broke shortly after attempting to open it.
Artillery Luger Po8: The "Artillery" version of the Luger P08 is one of the weapons that many people associate with WW1.
The long barreled Luger with snail drum magazine could almost be called a precursor to the submachine gun, which Germany would also make in the very last months of the war.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/1-6th_action_figures/115896   (420 words)

  
 WW1 Warships
Four other ships of her class were completed but others were suspended at the start of war then cancelled and their gun turrets used in two battlecruisers, two "large light cruisers" and two monitors.
This section is limited to the warships that feature in other areas of this site, and is not a comprehensive list of warships that served in WW1.
Likewise the information is very brief and intended to give a rough idea of the ships involved, not to be a good technical reference.
www.worldwar1.co.uk /ww1-warships.html   (286 words)

  
 Rigging WW1 aircraft models   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
It fixes in place with tiny drops of cyano in seconds, allowing very rapid progress with what most of us consider the most tedious part of modelling WW1 airplanes.
Recent correspondence with WW1 Mailing List members questioned the longevity of this material.
I replied that I had been using the same reel of lycra thread for years.
www.ww1.org.uk /rigging.htm   (542 words)

  
 Netwings - Could someone explain the il2/ww1 thing?
The WW1 project got started because a lot of the old RB3D pilots began conversations on the forums about how they would love to see Oleg do a WW1 simulation with the detail that he had given to Il2.
Don't know if mossie has heard from any of them in a long while, since Luthier's site went down, but I don't get any replies and now I don't have much time to oversee this so I only am able to drop in from time to time.
Hopefully between FB and BOB, there will be some time free in which modellers will be interested in making WW1 birds.
www.netwings.org /dcforum/DCForumID44/13.html   (490 words)

  
 WW1 Battlefields
Both are quite different because of the very different geography of the two and also I think, because of the cemeteries.
In April 2005 we will be joining Richard Holmes on another of his WW1 tours, this time with Holts Tours as they and Titan are now one.
The April trip will be focussed on ‘The Kaiser’s Battle’ of March 1918; my Grandfather was captured on the first day of this battle and is the reason that I built the site.
www.btinternet.com /~Navradar/yorkandlancs/ww1_battlefields.html   (405 words)

  
 Daedalus WW1 seaplane sheds at the former Royal Naval Air Station
Centred around the southern boundary of the establishment is a unique assemblage of WW1 Seaplane sheds, slipway into the Solent and winch house.
Slipway Gate - View eastwards from the WW1 Type J Seaplane sheds along the designated Conservation Area towards the Officers quarters of Westcliffe Lodge, the War Memorial and Lee on Solent town
Hovercraft BH.7 Mk 2 is stored in the adjacent Type G WW1 seaplane hanger next to Building 40 near the top of the Daedalus slipway, facing out to sea.
www.fleetairarmarchive.net /Daedalus/Buildings_Slipwaygate.html   (395 words)

  
 WW1 Aviation Photos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Some photos are thumbnails; click on photo to bring up the full photo.
I was told this was an early WW1 example of Yugoslavian pilot's badge even though that country was not formed until after WW1.
Died on October 28, 1916, when his Albatros D-II collided with the undercarriage of his wing man's aircraft, causing his upper wing to collapse.
members.aol.com /MissRegt/WW1/AvPhoto.html   (686 words)

  
 Italian WW1, medals and awards
The medal was instituted on 6 April 1922.
The reverse (rear view) of the Italian Victory Medal WW1
Sponsor: Redlands RSL 8 Passage St Cleveland, Qld.
www.diggerhistory.info /pages-medals/italian1.htm   (845 words)

  
 WW1 Sims Officers Club - Portal Site - Translation by MeinHerzBrennt.com
The intent of this site is to have a place for WW1 Sim enthusiasts to BS about their favorite Sim, tell some good ole battle storries or to show other WW1 sim enthusiasts the Sim you call home.
WW1 Sims.com provides space for the makers of our favorite sims to tell us whats new or on the horizon.
If you are making a WW1 Sim or represent a current WW1 Sim and would like to make use of this site to post news of your Sim please contact one of the sites administrators.
www.ww1sims.com   (488 words)

  
 ww1 :: Canada Auctions :: ww1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
WW1 - Austrian & German Unity Red Cross #162
WW1 - Austrian Emperor Franz Josef Red Cross #547
To view all items matching ww1 in the USA please click here
www.canada-auction.com /auction-ww1.html   (67 words)

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