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Wir schlagen sie und zeichnen Kriegsanleihe!

Wir schlagen sie und zeichnen Kriegsanleihe!

Print shows two tanks on rough terrain, firing at unseen enemies as shells burst above them. An appeal for financial contributions to the war effort. Title from item. Entwurf Ldstm. Lehmann Gef. Lager Pr. Holla... more

Join the tanks, see service soon Treat 'em rough! / / Sgt. Henry E. Clark.

Join the tanks, see service soon Treat 'em rough! / / Sgt. Henry E. Cl...

Poster showing an angry cat atop a tank. Additional text, explaining the program and where to report, has been pasted onto the poster in two pieces.

See real warfare - "over there" cantonment - made possible by blood-not money 5th Regiment Armory, Baltimore - tickets for sale here / / Lloyd Harrison ; H Gamse & Bro. Litho. Balto. Md.

See real warfare - "over there" cantonment - made possible by blood-no...

Poster showing a tank climbing across a trench. Opens March 30th, moving pictures, music, world's greatest orators.

Hero land The greatest spectacle the world has ever seen for the greatest need the world has ever known / / J. Carl Mueller.

Hero land The greatest spectacle the world has ever seen for the great...

Poster for a fundraising event, showing a battle scene with a tank. Caption: British tank "Britannia" in action. Forms part of: Willard and Dorothy Straight Collection.

Hero land The greatest spectacle the world has ever seen for the greatest need the world has ever known / / J. Carl Mueller.

Hero land The greatest spectacle the world has ever seen for the great...

Poster for a fundraising event, showing a battle scene with a tank. Caption: British tank "Britannia" in action.

Crush the Prussian--Buy a bond--3rd Liberty Loan

Crush the Prussian--Buy a bond--3rd Liberty Loan

Poster showing a battle scene with trenches, a tank, and explosion. Forms part of: Willard and Dorothy Straight Collection.

Souscrivez a l'Emprunt de la Liboeration! Lloyds Bank (France) and National Provincial Bank (France) Limited

Souscrivez a l'Emprunt de la Liboeration! Lloyds Bank (France) and Nat...

A large tank emerging out of a trench onto a battlefield. Translation of title: Subscribe to the Liberation Loan. Lloyds Bank (France) and National Provincial Bank (France) Limited. Signed: Simay, 18. Baltimore... more

Souscrivez! et nous aurons la victoire. Emprunt National 1918

Souscrivez! et nous aurons la victoire. Emprunt National 1918

A large tank emerging out of a trench onto a battlefield. Translation of title: Subscribe! and we will be victorious. National Loan 1918. Signed: Simay, 18. Promotional goal: Fr. J8. 1918. Item is no. 77 in a ... more

337th Co, 13 Bat 505th Reg--French tanks passing thru Rampont, Fr. Oct 10/18 / Signal Corps U.S.A.

337th Co, 13 Bat 505th Reg--French tanks passing thru Rampont, Fr. Oct...

Convoy of tanks leaving Rampont in the French countryside. No. 26501. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

The tank tour. Buy national war bonds (£5 to £5000) and war savings certificates 15/6 / McLagan & Cumming, Edinr. (E).

The tank tour. Buy national war bonds (£5 to £5000) and war savings ce...

Poster showing a tank with guns blazing. Blank space is provided for including details of local exhibition. (1157) WT. 4127. 20M. 8-18. Issued by the Scottish War Savings Committee, 90 Princes Street, Edinburgh... more

LIBERTY LOANS. OFFICIAL LIBERTY BOND CAR, AND TANK

LIBERTY LOANS. OFFICIAL LIBERTY BOND CAR, AND TANK

Photo shows President Woodrow Wilson during a Liberty Loan drive at and around the White House.

[Wrecked German tank]

[Wrecked German tank]

Photo copyrighted by F.J. Lamphere. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card, with subsequent revisions. Caption card tracings: World War, 1914-1918 Germany; Tanks & armored vehicles; Shelf.

Famous French Renault tanks going through Vaux

Famous French Renault tanks going through Vaux

J269575 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by W.E. Troutman, Inc. No. 5108.

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13th U.S. Cavalry (Mecz.), Fort Knox, Ky., June 1938, Col. C.L. Scott commanding

13th U.S. Cavalry (Mecz.), Fort Knox, Ky., June 1938, Col. C.L. Scott ...

Personnel standing in formation around vehicles and tanks. J 26684 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright claimant's address: San Antonio, Texas. Photo no. 5224-B. Copyright deposit; National Photo & News Service; Feb... more

13th U.S. Cavalry Mechanized, Fort Knox, Ky., June 16th, 1938, Col. C.L. Scott command'g.

13th U.S. Cavalry Mechanized, Fort Knox, Ky., June 16th, 1938, Col. C....

Personnel seated in vehicles. J 26682 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright claimant's address: San Antonio, Texas. Photo no. 5224-A. Copyright deposit; National Photo & News Service; February 3, 1939.

Crowds of French patriots line the Champs Elysees to view Allied tanks and half tracks pass through the Arc du Triomphe, after Paris was liberated on August 25, 1944

Crowds of French patriots line the Champs Elysees to view Allied tanks...

Photo shows Free French tanks and half tracks of General Leclerc's 2nd Armored Division passing through the Arc du Triomphe in Paris, probably on August 26, 1944. Sign at left "De Gaulle au pouvoir" and sign at... more

Light tank going through water obstacle, Ft. Knox, Ky.

Light tank going through water obstacle, Ft. Knox, Ky.

Phootgraph possibly shows a M-3A1 "Stuart" Light Tank. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011)

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