Festung Stettin

Festung Stettin

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Stettin, Poland / I dream about a museum of Festung Stettin and I will reforge this dream in to reality.
Festung Stettin
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WWI, Polish soldiers, Haller's Army or Blue Army, Polish military contingent created in France.

Second Polish Republic Army - Note zigzag piping on collars and high peaked caps or "Rogatywka". Note different tunic styles. Possible Polish-Solviet War vintage photo.

Max Immelmann (1890 – 1916) was the first German WW1 flying ace.

Max Immelmann September 1890 – 18 June PLM was the first German World War I flying He was a great pioneer in fighter aviation and was the first aviator to win the Pour le Mérite, and was awarded it at the same time as Oswald Boelcke.

Petar Bojović The Serbian Field Marshals of World War I http://www.serbia.com/the-serbian-field-marshals-of-world-war-i/

Petar Bojović The Serbian Field Marshals of World War I http://www.serbia.com/the-serbian-field-marshals-of-world-war-i/

An officer being rescued from a dug-out which has been blown in by shell fire, Mouquet Farm, September 1916. The fighting at Mouquet Farm was the site of nine separate attacks by three Australian divisions between 8 August and 3 September 1916. The farm stood in a dominating position on a ridge that extended north-west from the ruined, and much fought over, village of Pozieres. Although the farm buildings themselves were reduced to rubble, strong stone cellars remained below ground which…

An officer being rescued from a dug-out which has been blown in by shell fire, Mouquet Farm, September The fighting at Mouquet Farm was the site.

WW1. "Another Old Weapon Revived. After both sides had brought to life the centuries-old-grenade for use in the trenches, the French adopted the old cross bow here shown, to propel the missiles."

After both sides had brought to life the centuries-old-grenade for use in the trenches, the French adopted the old cross bow here shown, to propel the missiles.