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Postcards, most of Daily Mail official war photos, unless otherwise stated.

 

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Daily Mail series: Church of England service in France

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"These are King's soldiers and our comrades who have fought and suffered. The best we can give them is their due. Such is the feeling of the devoted Red Cross service"

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"A brave British soldier is bringing in a wounded comrade under heavy fire by crawling with him across the danger zone."

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"A fag after a fight"

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The Wiltshires cheering during the Great Advance

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Tommy at home in the German dug-outs

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"Our gallant Highlanders, who love to charge the enemy to the skirl of the pipes, are fond of playing their national music in lighter mood", as seen in the picture

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"The Ten Nine Eight Series, London W.C."

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One of the many French made silk postcards by Visé, Paris, pencil written, undated message

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"Post Card", no further inscriptions

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British printed postcard of the City of Lille (while during German occupation), published by Beagles & Co., E.C.

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Royal Fusiliers at Aldershot, 1913. Gale & Polden, London, Copyright Photographic Series. Posted Aldershot, 10.Aug.1907 to an address in London East. Penwritten message.

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Royal Fusilers, Perham Down Camp, 1913. Unwritten

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Popular postcard: Lieutenant W.L.Robinson V.C., RFC, 3.Sept.1916 near Cuffley, Herts. Ink-written message, postdated 7 FE 1920, stamp removed.

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A studio photo RFC by Fred Wright, Andover. Unwritten   - an RFC group photo. Feint pencilled dedication dated 22.6.1918

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Tuck's Postcard: Queens Own Cameron Highlanders, unwritten

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Tuck's Postcard: First Life Guards at Klein Zillebeke (Belgium), 1914, 6th November.

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Tuck's Postcard: King's Dragoon Guards scouting at Dawn, S.Africa, 1902.

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Black Watch at Longueval

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Private photo with a "happy Christmas" message. Probably Army Service Corps

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A cavalry trooper, unit unknown, full marching order.

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B.B. Ltd., London - commemorating the munitions worker badge, 1915

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French Postcards

 

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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Paris, Arc de Triomphe, 11. Nov. 1920

 

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A medal in bronze, sold postwar to aid the rebuilding of the city of Verdun, the medal was in a green leather wallet and with this certificate. The rest was unfortunately sold by the previous owner.

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Ypres, Belgium, before and after the destruction, post war published.

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A Belgian postcard of the big coastal battery "Wilhelm II." at Knocke-sur-Mer, postwar publised

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"Leugenboom" cannon of the battery of Moers, published by Thill, Bruxelles

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Middelkerke (Belgium) under shellfire, 1914-18, an album of 10 postcards

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The victory parade on the French national holiday, 14. July 1919, with Marechal Foche leading the parade.

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A fold out postcard with sectors of the Front, Artois and Picardie, part of a series

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French Propaganda Series: Leurs Caboches

Caricature postcards by Emil Dupuis, Lille, of German military types and their allies

 

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General staff officer and Bavarian Landsturm

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Infantry, German Landsturm  and Turkish infantry

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Inspector of cavalry and officer of "Uhlans allemands"

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"Death's head hussar"

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