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Britons! Your country needs you / Printed by Saunders & Cullingham, 2 & 3 Burgon Street, Carter Lane, London, E.C.

First call I need you in the Navy this minute! Our country will always be proudest of those who answered the first call.

Zeichnet 7. Kriegsanleihe / Alfred Offner.

Woman working on an airplane motor at North American Aviation, Inc., plant in Calif.

Carefully trained women inspectors check and inspect cargo transport innerwings before they are assembled on the fuselage, Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, Calif.

American mothers and sisters, like these women at the Douglas Aircraft Company, give important help in producing dependable planes for their men at the front, Long Beach, Calif. Most important of the many types of aircraft made at this plant are the B-17F ("Flying Fortress") heavy bomber, the A-20 ("Havoc") assault bomber and the C-47 heavy transport plane for the carrying of troops and cargo

C. & N.W. R.R., Mrs. Dorothy Lucke, employed as a wiper at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa

Gus Worke, a farmer who came from Germany 40 years ago, Southington, Conn.

Santa Fe R.R. locomotive shops, Topeka, Kansas

C & NW RR; locomotives in the roundhouse at Proviso yard, Chicago, Ill.

Marine Sgt. at New Orleans, La.

Truck trailers line up at a freight house to load and unload goods from the Chicago and Northwestern railroad, Chicago, Ill.

School children, half of Polish and half of Italian descent, at a festival in May 1942, Southington, Conn.

The late Senator Sumner. Ceremonies in the Capitol -- colored people of Washington, headed by Frederick Douglass, viewing the remains / Sketched by Joseph Becker.

Right dress -- shoulder to shoulder, ye devils -- close up

[Horses charging over battlefield]

Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton on a destroyer

Les revendications des débbés. Bureau des enfants. Croix-Rouge américaine

AUDACIOUS

Belgian Artillery

U.S. Marines - first to hoist Old Glory on foreign soil Join them for overseas duty / / Sidney H. Riesenberg 1913.

Tiger -- British

Camp, Fourth & Seventh Infantry, Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

[Soldiers, women, and children marching in triumph]

Your king & country need you to maintain the honour and glory of the British Empire / Lawson Wood '14 ; Dobson, Molle & Co. Ltd., Color Printers, Edinr. & London.

[Women operating drill presses for reaming out holes in hand grenade bodies, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, R.I.]

Mobilization Camp, 2nd Div. (less 5th Brigade, 11th & 22nd Inf's.), Texas City, Texas, 1914

Donkerque [i.e., Dunkerque] -- shipping carrier pigeons

Kriegsanleihe zeichnen! / LO.

The trumpet calls / Norman Lindsay.

[Men with cannon on battlefield]

The scrap of paper - Prussia's perfidy - Britain's bond [...] Enlist to-day / Hanbury, Tomsett & Co., London, N.W.

Austrian big gun

Another call "More men and still more until the enemy is crushed" Lord Kitchener / Elk ; Printed by Hill, Siffken & Co. (L.P.A. Ltd.), Grafton Works, Holloway, London, N.

Rally round the flag. Every fit man wanted / H.T. & Co.

Camp Douglas, Wis., 1914

Enlistment in the regular army. Height now reduced to normal standard for infantry of the line.

French Dragoon & Chasseur Patrol

French Mitrailleuse Detachment

Zeichnet Kriegsanleihe! Wiener Bank-Verein / Rauch.

[Bench assembling, Recording & Computing Machines Co., Dayton, Ohio]

[Women making Browning machine guns - general view of polishing shop, Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn.]

Boillot & Rigal

Boillot & Rigal in Army

Battery A - Field artillery leaving for war game

Cutting off a foot -- Canadian Hospital, Le Touquet

[Gee, ain't it fine that our teacher could go abroad this summer?]

Camp Murray, Gearhart Oregon; Oregon, Idaho National Guard and 21st Infantry

The U.S. Marines want you

Join the U.S. Marine Corps Soldiers of the sea!

Do your duty - join the U.S. Marines Help them defend America on land and sea.

At Chanconin [i.e., Chauconin-Neufmontiers]

American Volunteers

Sally [Hanilin?]

[Women immersing bouchon assemblies for hand grenades in Vatudrip to prevent rust, Gorham Manufacturing Co., Providence, Rhode Island, during World War I]

Pony carrying French Mitrailleuse

French Reservist guarding R.R. crossing

Spahi Convoy in Forest of Compiegne

Marie Von Fery-Bognar

This shows the girls canning both fruits and vegetables

Exterior Soissons Barracks

Revolver - Cannon, Montmedy

Poor in North France sleeping in church

Emblemas de la libertad y de la humanidad La Cruz Roja, Madre de todas las naciones.

The Red Cross serves humanity Join now / / C.W. Anderson.

Emblemas de la libertad y de la humanidad La Cruz Roja, Madre de todas las naciones.

Turkish Army

The American Red Cross wants clothes to send over-seas to Belgium and Northern France Phone the American Red Cross - Greeley 5650 (24 west 39th. St.) and they will tell you how / / Gordon Grant.

Symboles de la liberté et de l'huma[nité] La Croix Rouge, la mère de toutes les nations.

Gen. De Castelnau

[Woman grinding small gear cutter, and woman sweeping at Midvale Steel & Ordnance Co., Nicetown, Pa., during World War I]

Engl. Army at Amiens

French Officer breakfasts with English

Italian prisoners, Schloss Laibach, Austria

Bread for a French soldier in Belgium

French Dragoons entrenched

Monternier & Pegoud

English women munition workers

French Infantry on march

Wounded Moroccan on stretcher

Weihnachten im Feld! 1914. Spendet Liebesgaben für unsere Krieger! / AM.

French Officers dining

French Artillery in Chanconin [i.e., Chauconin-Neufmontiers]

Turcos Examining War Booty at Neufmentiers

Brussels -- Germans crossing Place Charles Rogier, 8/20/14

[Crowd of German civilians, including children, surrounding a cannon which has a garland hanging from the muzzle]

Ludendorff-Spende für Kriegsbeschädigte / Ludwig Hohlwein, München.

Gen. von Pluskow who took Lodz

Neufmentier [i.e., Chauconin-Neufmontiers] -- German wounded prisoners

Road made by pioneers for German troops

German Red Cross in Skiernewice

Chicken house in France used as a dwelling by Germans

[German soldiers marching toward Albert, France]

German field bakery near Ypres

Neufmentier [i.e., Chauconin-Neufmontiers] -- German wounded prisoners

Training German boys for army

Germans fixing barbed wire tangle

Barricade on Liege Rd.

[Abandoned British trench which was captured by the Germans; in background, German soldiers on horseback view the scene]

Kaiser reviewing infantry at front