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The Heritage of the Great War / First World War 1914-1918. Graphic color photos, pictures and music Great War (First World War) – Groote Oorlog (Eerste Wereldoorlog) 1914-1918 – Heritage / Erfenis WW1 WO1 The Heritage of the Great War – First World War 14-18 – De Erfenis van de Groote Oorlog – Eerste Wereldoorlog 1914-1918 – WW1 WO1 picnic The True Face of the Great War BLOODY PICNIC Julian Grenf   …read on / lees verder


Allenby and Faisal (1k)
Edmund Henry Allenby and Faisal Allenby as Field-Marshall conquered Jerusalem, Megido (Armageddon), Damascus and Aleppo. Together with prince Faisal and Lawrence of Arabia he defeated General Otto Liman von Sanders and the Turkish-German Army in Palestine. For his services he was appointed after the war High Commissioner of Egypt and the Sudan. While in Egypt, he was able to get Egypt recognised   …read on / lees verder


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Many lied about their age to enlist. Small wonder that Gallipoli claimed the youngest Australian soldier to die in battle. When Jim Martin’s father was rejected for military service, the strapping 5’6" Victorian lad said: "Never mind dad, I’ll go instead." A Turkish bullet killed him three months short of his 15th birthday. Typical in later life was the reflection of one veteran: "I was a silly b   …read on / lees verder


Massacre at Gallipoli (1k)
Exhausted Exhausted ANZAC troops hiding in their foothold from Turkish fire Click on the picture to see the next in this series or click here to go back to the summary page.   …read on / lees verder


British troops take Kut-el-Amara (1k)
British Troops Take Kut-el-Amara British troops march through the streets of Kut-el-Amara in Mesopotamia, after they recaptured the city on February 25, 1917. The Turkish commander in chief, Kara Bekr Bey, withdrew to Bagdad, but that city too fell three weeks later in British hands.   …read on / lees verder


Figures of casualties at Gallipoli in the Great War (16k)
THE HERITAGE OF THE GREAT WAR Who really died at Gallipoli ? Shooting-Match From the heights above the Gallipoli-beaches the Turks had an open field of fire. For them it sometimes looked like a shooting-match. Picture made by a German war-photographer, Gallipoli, 1915 (Click on the picture to start a slide show on this battle) By Rob Ruggenberg Somehow the impression has taken root that in that t   …read on / lees verder


Famous People in the Great War (151k)
THE HERITAGE OF THE GREAT WAR Famous and Notorious Personalities What did Daddy do in the Great War ? By Rob Ruggenberg Below you will find a list of more than 300 persons who played a role in the First World War. We left most of the generals and politicians out. The people on this list were all extraordinary. Some of their roles may look small and insignificant, and some of them were rather unkn   …read on / lees verder


Pictures of the Great War by Frank Hurley (1k)
Picture by Frank Hurley Aerial photograph: Turkish defences near the road to Jerusalem Click on the picture to see the next one in this series, or click here to go back to the summary page.   …read on / lees verder


War Picture of the Week – From the Archive (6k)
THE HERITAGE OF THE GREAT WAR From our ‘War Picture of the Week’ Archive Training and Reality Left: training in an American army camp. Right: Australian soldiers in Gallipoli When the Americans arrived on the battlefield, in 1918, they had learned little or nothing from the war experiences of their allies. They invented the wheel again, at the cost of many lives. The pathetic picture on the left   …read on / lees verder


Turkish Prisoners-Of-War (0k)
Turkish Prisoners-of-War after their surrender to General Maude   …read on / lees verder


Ataturk (0k)
The portrait of Atatürk on present day Turkish money   …read on / lees verder


Battle of Baghdad, 1917 (20k)
THE HERITAGE OF THE GREAT WAR Een Nederlandse vertaling van dit artikel vindt u hier Wars in Mesopotamia were always about oil, oil and oil The Surprising Battles of Baghdad Baghdad: Turkish Troops Prepare For Battle Against An Advancing British Army (Click here to see this extraordinary photo in high resolution – 200 KB) By Rob Ruggenberg The Battles of Baghdad ? There were no battles. For the B   …read on / lees verder


Frank Hurley, “the mad war photographer” (10k)
THE HERITAGE OF THE GREAT WAR Pictures Frank Hurley – 2 Surrounded by invisible death Click on one of the small photo’s below – and you’ll get the full picture. Registering up a battery of Australian Heavies Sniping enemy planes with a Lewis gun 54 Battery Australian Siege Artillery in action Unloading 15 inch Howitzer shells Australian Pioneers salving a 4.5 Howitzer Hauling up an 18 pounder acr   …read on / lees verder


Merchants of Death. A Study of the International Armament Industry, by H.C. Engelbrecht and F.C. Hanighen. With a Foreword by Harry Elmer Barnes, 1934 (482k)
20 )"> THE HERITAGE OF THE GREAT WAR Merchants of Death: Krupp, Nobel, Zeiss, Winchester, Bethlehem Steel, Remington Arms, Vickers-Armstrong, Skoda, Creusot, Schneider, Rheinmetall, Thyssen, I.G. Farben, Du Pont de Nemours Study of the International Armament Industry MERCHANTS OF DEATH By H.C. Engelbrecht and F.C. Hanighen Lithograph by Mabel Dwight Complete and unabridged version as published by   …read on / lees verder


Massacre at Gallipoli (1k)
Conquered trench ANZAC soldiers in a captured Turkish trench on Lone Pine, Gallipoli Click on the picture to see the next in this series or click here to go back to the summary page.   …read on / lees verder


Latest News in Turkish Censor Cases (2k)
TURKISH CENSOR CASES ANKARA – In Januari 2006 Turkey abruptly cancelled the case against best-selling author Orhan Pamuk ( picture on the left ) for insulting Turkish identity, after the Justice Ministry said it had no authority to try him. The Turkish Justice Ministry told Istanbul’s Sisli court it had had no authority under the revised penal code to pursue the trial. Pamuk was charged under Art   …read on / lees verder


Massacre at Gallipoli (1k)
Turkish Assault Turkish troops assaulting from their trenches on Gallipoli The Turks stood under command of the German fieldmarshall Liman von Sanders and pasja Mustafa Kemal, who later became ‘Atatürk’ and the first president of Turkey. Click on the picture to see the next in this series or click here to go back to the summary page.   …read on / lees verder


Versailles Treaty (459k)
THE HERITAGE OF THE GREAT WAR German soldier and a dead Belgian civilian amidst the destructed city of Louvain, near the library. According to the Treaty Germany had to pay repairs and to give back stolen art (see Article 247). The Versailles Treaty June 28, 1919 THE COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. THE HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES, In order to promote international co-operation and to achieve inte   …read on / lees verder


The Burial of General Maude (11k)
The Burial of Lieutenant-General Stanley Maude Ataturk realized the reforms with the leadership of the Republican People’s Party (CHP), which had been established not as a party of any class or group in the society, but as a party of all the people, and these reforms were adopted by the people. A short time after the CHP was established, the first experiment for a transition to a multiparty syste   …read on / lees verder</LI>

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