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  • The Mud of World War I

    1. Mules unable to move supplies.

    2. Germans pulling a French soldier out of the mud.

    "There is no justice among men."- Tsar Nicholas II

    “People never lie so much as after a hunt, during a war or before an election.” - Otto Von Bismarck

    "It is always easier to fight for one's principles than to live up to them." - Alfred Adler

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    • The Mud of World War I

      1. Mules unable to move supplies.
      2. Germans pulling a French soldier out of the mud.

      3. Flanders Field

      Last edited by Colonel Sennef; 07 May 14, 04:25.

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      • The Mud of World War I

        1. Mules unable to move supplies.
        2. Germans pulling a French soldier out of the mud.
        3. Flanders Field

        4. Dugouts of I.R. 117 (outskirts of Paschendaele)


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        One death is a tragedy; one million is a statistic.

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        • The Mud of World War I

          1. Mules unable to move supplies.
          2. Germans pulling a French soldier out of the mud.
          3. Flanders Field
          4. Dugouts of I.R. 117 (outskirts of Paschendaele)

          5. The Siege of Fray Bentos at 3rd Ypres

          The tank ‘Fray Bentos’ (named after the tinned meat company)



          http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/w...chendaele.html

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          • The Mud of World War I

            1. Mules unable to move supplies.
            2. Germans pulling a French soldier out of the mud.
            3. Flanders Field
            4. Dugouts of I.R. 117 (outskirts of Paschendaele)
            5. The Siege of Fray Bentos at 3rd Ypres

            6. Battle of Lake Naroch
            Sorry about the small image

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            • The Mud of World War I

              1. Mules unable to move supplies.
              2. Germans pulling a French soldier out of the mud.
              3. Flanders Field
              4. Dugouts of I.R. 117 (outskirts of Paschendaele)
              5. The Siege of Fray Bentos at 3rd Ypres
              6. Battle of Lake Naroch

              7. Trench Foot.
              Last edited by Colonel Sennef; 08 May 14, 15:45. Reason: placing dozens title
              "Take the risk of thinking for yourself, much more happiness, truth, beauty, and wisdom will come to you that way." - Christopher Hitchens

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              • Baker's Dozen of the Mud of World War I

                1. Mules unable to move supplies.
                2. Germans pulling a French soldier out of the mud.
                3. Flanders Field
                4. Dugouts of I.R. 117 (outskirts of Paschendaele)
                5. The Siege of Fray Bentos at 3rd Ypres
                6. Battle of Lake Naroch
                7. Trench Foot.

                8. Duckboards

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                • This one petered out,

                  Baker's Dozen of 1914

                  1.Schlieffen Plan


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                  • Originally posted by globetrotter View Post
                    The Mud of World War I

                    1. Mules unable to move supplies.
                    2. Germans pulling a French soldier out of the mud.
                    3. Flanders Field
                    4. Dugouts of I.R. 117 (outskirts of Paschendaele)
                    5. The Siege of Fray Bentos at 3rd Ypres
                    6. Battle of Lake Naroch

                    7. Trench Foot.
                    Ouch!!!!! Surely he was stuck somewhere or couldn't get help.

                    Didn't his feet probably hurt for a good while?
                    SPORTS FREAK/ PANZERBLITZ COMMANDER/ CC2 COMMANDER

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                    • Baker's Dozen of 1914

                      1.Schlieffen Plan
                      2. Henriette Caillaux's Murder Trial

                      3. Battle of Tannenberg

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                      • Baker's Dozen of 1914

                        1. Schlieffen Plan
                        2. Henriette Caillaux's Murder Trial
                        3. Battle of Tannenberg

                        4. "World, the Flesh & the Devil", 1st color film, shown in London, April

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                        • Baker's Dozen of 1914

                          1. Schlieffen Plan
                          2. Henriette Caillaux's Murder Trial
                          3. Battle of Tannenberg
                          4. "World, the Flesh & the Devil", 1st color film, shown in London, April

                          5. Red pants....



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                          "To hell wars Grudges and parties ! As our fathers Sing in real friends, The clink of glasses Roses and lilies. The clink of glasses Roses and lilies."

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                          • Baker's Dozen of 1914


                            1. Schlieffen Plan
                            2. Henriette Caillaux's Murder Trial
                            3. Battle of Tannenberg
                            4. "World, the Flesh & the Devil", 1st color film, shown in London, April
                            5. Red pants

                            6.Alhaji Grunshi



                            Soldier of the Gold Coast Regiment. On 7 August 1914 at Nuatja,Togoland fired the first shot by a British serviceman in WW1.

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                            • Baker's Dozen of 1914


                              1. Schlieffen Plan
                              2. Henriette Caillaux's Murder Trial
                              3. Battle of Tannenberg
                              4. "World, the Flesh & the Devil", 1st color film, shown in London, April
                              5. Red pants
                              6. Alhaji Grunshi
                              7. The Miracle Braves

                              8. U9 torpedoes and Sinks Three RN Cruisers Aboukir, Cressy and Hogue

                              Never Fear the Event

                              Admiral Lord Nelson

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                              • Baker's Dozen of 1914


                                1. Schlieffen Plan
                                2. Henriette Caillaux's Murder Trial
                                3. Battle of Tannenberg
                                4. "World, the Flesh & the Devil", 1st color film, shown in London, April
                                5. Red pants
                                6. Alhaji Grunshi
                                7. The Miracle Braves
                                8. U9 torpedoes and Sinks Three RN Cruisers Aboukir, Cressy and Hogue

                                9. Empress of Ireland sinks


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