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Images Dated 18th April 2004

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Belgian people kissing the Union Jack Featured 18 Apr 2004 Print

Belgian people kissing the Union Jack

Illustration by Lascelles, of a crowd of Belgian people gathered outside the British consulate in Ostend, kissing the Union Jack. After some disbelief that the British would actually send troops to Belgium in 1914, the news that the British Expeditionary Force had begun its journey brought out a nocturnal crowd, demonstrating their joy

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The Dog in War Featured 18 Apr 2004 Print

The Dog in War

A Canine member of the German Red Cross, seen with two orderlies, equipped for field service with a flask, cup and first-aid case. Dogs were used frequently, particularly by the Germans, during World War I, as auxiliaries in ambulance work, and for sentry and patrol work

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Sikhs on the march Featured 18 Apr 2004 Print

Sikhs on the march

Indian troops on the march in September 1914. The Sikhs are identified by a stell quoit, the old-time national battlefield weapon of the Sikhs, in the Sepoy's turbans. In August 1914, as the German Army advanced through France and Belgium, more Allied troops were desperately needed for the Western Front - and the Indian Army seemed the obvious source

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