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Austro-Hungarian Empire: Maschinengewehr Schwarzlose M. 7 Weight 19.6 kg gun +21,8 kg tripod Length 945 mm Barrel length 530 mm Cartridge 8×50mmR Mannlicher Action Toggle-delayed blowback Rate of fire 400-580 rpm Feed system 250-round cloth belt France: Mitrailleuse Hotchkiss Modèle 1914 Weight 25.3 kg + 26,7 kg omnibus tripod Length 1390 mm Barrel length 787 mm Cartridge 8×50R Lebel Action gas-actuated Rate of fire 450–600 rpm Feed system 30 round strip Germany: Maschinengewe...

Austro-Hungarian Empire: Maschinengewehr Schwarzlose M. 07/12 Weight 19.6 kg gun +21,8 kg tripod Length 945 mm Barrel length 530 mm Cartridge 8×50mmR Mannlicher Action Toggle-delayed blowback Rate of fire 400-580 rpm Feed system 250-rounds cloth belt France: Mitrailleuse Hotchkiss Modèle 1914 Weight 25.3 kg + 26,7 kg omnibus tripod Length 1390 mm Barrel length 787 mm Cartridge 8×50R Lebel Action gas-actuated Rate of fire 450–600 rpm Feed system 30 rounds strip Germany: Maschinengewehr 08…

Ian Stead
Ian Stead saved to WW1
An unknown British Tommy from the 'A' Squadron, the North Irish Horse Regiment, with children watching

The lost Tommies of The Great War have been brought back to life by a dedicated colourisation artist in a bid to help identify some of the unknown soldiers.

Aldis Scope with Alexander Martin mount for the P.14 rifle Only 421 of these rifles were made

Aldis Scope with Alexander Martin mount for the P.14 rifle Only 421 of these rifles were made

Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for "Winnie the Pooh", is seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourn, 1914

“Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for "Winnie the Pooh", is seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourn, 1914”

U.S. WWI experimental helmet

This is a reproduction of one of the U.S. WWI experimental helmets. Only a hand full of these are known to exist in private collections and museums. To make this one happen a reproduction face

Darwin Jones
Darwin Jones saved to WW1
September 1915: A group of nurses at Hamworth Hall in the U.K., which was serving as a Red Cross Hospital during WWI.

But how did a grateful nation reward all those women who had come to its defense? Rather stingily, considering their service.