Tweeted by 1914-1918war Fri May 31 06:34:29 +0000 2019


RT @PikeGrey1418: You just don’t see trench scenes like this with ANY other army than the Austro-Hungarian – Here’s a look at a paved trenc…

Tweeted by 1914-1918war Fri May 31 06:34:42 +0000 2019


RT @WW1podcast: The ruins of Haumont-près-Samogneux, on the Verdun battlefield. A village since Roman times in the 2nd century CE, Haumont…

Tweeted by 1914-1918war Fri May 17 22:56:35 +0000 2019


RT @DanHillHistory: Langemarck German Cemetery just outside Ypres in the sunshine this afternoon. There are an incredible 44,000 burials he…

Tweeted by 1914-1918war Fri May 17 22:57:36 +0000 2019


RT @DanHillHistory: Been great to be out guiding on the Somme today. Started off with a visit to the Lochnagar mine crater at La Boiselle.…

Tweeted by 1914-1918war Fri May 17 22:49:02 +0000 2019


RT @PikeGrey1418: WW1 body armor: An Austro-Hungarian soldier demonstrating a so-called “Schutzschild”, 1915. Information about these is in…

Tweeted by 1914-1918war Fri May 17 22:49:53 +0000 2019


RT @PikeGrey1418: Austro-Hungarian ‘Sturmtruppen’ armed with hand grenades and spring clubs. These clubs consisted of a metal ball conected…

Tweeted by 1914-1918war Fri May 17 22:50:17 +0000 2019


RT @fossroger: Palace, Manchester on the eve of #WW1 Can’t walk by today without imagining it packed during @WW1TheGreatWar when, dressed a…

Tweeted by 1914-1918war Fri May 17 22:50:40 +0000 2019


RT @Tomm1418: 15. 5.19. 100 years. The body of Edith Cavell is taken by rail from Dover to London for a state funeral at Westminster Abbey…