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Trench maneuvering during the Battle of Cambrai. France, 1917. Underwood & Underwood

Trench maneuvering during the Battle of Cambrai. France, 1917. Underwood & Underwood

Battle Cambrai 20 - 30 November 1917 (Q 46933) British Mark IV Female Tanks being loaded aboard flat-bed railway trucks at Plateau Station in preparation for transportation to the forward area prior to the opening of the Battle of Cambrai.

Battle Cambrai 20 - 30 November 1917 (Q 46933) British Mark IV Female Tanks being loaded aboard flat-bed railway trucks at Plateau Station in preparation for transportation to the forward area prior to the opening of the Battle of Cambrai.

These photographs of present-day Chernobyl are utterly haunting. Although this isn't pics from Destination Truth (that I know of), this is one of my favorite episodes!

These photographs of present-day Chernobyl are utterly haunting

These photographs of present-day Chernobyl are utterly haunting. Although this isn't pics from Destination Truth (that I know of), this is one of my favorite episodes!

The last surviving 18in railway howitzer, built for the first world war, at Shoeburyness in 1959. Photograph: Royal Armouries

Giant first world war gun on the move across southern England this week

The last surviving 18in railway howitzer, built for the first world war, at Shoeburyness in 1959. Photograph: Royal Armouries

Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler on a Winter walk in January, 1945. -

Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler on a Winter walk in January, 1945. -

A 75-mm. American gun used during world war one.// tgm drove munitions truck to supply us guns wwi

A 75-mm. American gun used during world war one.// tgm drove munitions truck to supply us guns wwi

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 9364)   Battle of St. Quentin Canal. Mark V Tanks going forward with the 'Cribs' carried to enable them to cross the Hindenburg Line. Bellicourt, 29 September 1918.

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 9364) Battle of St. Quentin Canal. Mark V Tanks going forward with the 'Cribs' carried to enable them to cross the Hindenburg Line. Bellicourt, 29 September 1918.

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