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WWI - The Central Powers - Propaganda - Harmony Featured Related Images Print

WWI - The Central Powers - Propaganda - Harmony

WWI - The Central Powers - Propaganda - Harmony. The Central Powers consisted of Germany, Austro-Hungary and The Ottoman Empire up to 1915, when they were joined by The Kingdom of Bulgaria. As only three are depicted (having thrown their hats into the ring together!), we can give an accurate date for this card as 1914. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

WW1 - Tug of War between the Allies and the Central Powers Featured Related Images Print

WW1 - Tug of War between the Allies and the Central Powers

WW1 Italian Propaganda Postcard - Tug of War between the leaders of the Allies and the Central Powers. From left: (Central Powers) Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austro-Hungary and Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany - King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy (as the judge) - (Allies) King Albert I of Belgium, King Peter I of Serbia, King George V of the United Kingdom, Emperor Taisho of Japan, President Raymond Poincare of France and Tsar Nicolas II of Russia. Date: circa 1915

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

European Cavalries, chromolithograph by Richard KnA¶tel (1857-1914), published in 1897 Featured Related Images Print

European Cavalries, chromolithograph by Richard KnA¶tel (1857-1914), published in 1897

European Cavalries: I) Germany: 1) Prussian cuirassier trumpet player; 2) Prussian Garde du Corps, gala uniform; 3) Prussian Garde dragoon sergeant (parade); 4) Bavarian ulan (parade); 5) Officer, Saxon Garde rider (parade); 6) Brunswick hussar (battlefield); 7) Prussian hussar (battlefield); 8) Mecklenburg dragoon (battlefield); 9) Wuerttemberg dragoon (battlefield); 10) Hessian dragoon (battlefield); 11) Baden dragoon (battlefield); 12) Prussian ulan (parade); 13) Saxon ulan (battlefield); 14) Bavarian chevauleger (battlefield). II) Austria-Hungary: 1) Royal Hungarian bodyguard (court service uniform); 2) K. and k. first Arcieren bodyguard (court service uniform); 3) Honved husar; 4) Hussar; 5) Dragoon; 6) Dragoon officer; 7) Ulan; 8) Hussar officer (off-duty); 9) Territorial Force ulan. III) Italy: 1) Officer, Line cavalry; 2) Cuirassier officer (parade); 3) Officer, Light Cavalleggeri (battlefield); 4) Light rider (battlefield); 5) Officer, Lancet riders (Lancieri, parade); 6) Lancet rider (parade); 7) Lancet rider (battlefield). IV) France: 1) Dragoon officer (parade); 2) Dragoon; 3) Officer, Riding hunters (Chasseurs A? cheval); 4) Riding hunter (parade); 5) Hussar (parade); 6) Cuirassier (battlefield); 7) Instruction officer, Cavalry school Saumur; 8) African riding hunter (Chasseur d'Afrique, battlefield); 9) Spahi. V) Russia: 1) Officer, Don Cossacks (parade); 2) Terek Cossack (parade); 3) Astrakhan Cossack (battlefield); 4) Amur Cossack; 5) Army dragoon (battlefield); 6) Army dragoon (battlefield); 7) Bodyguard hussar; 8) Bodyguard dragoon (parade); 9) Staff officer, Bodyguard grenadier regiment on horseback (parade); 10) Bodyguard cuirassier (battlefield). VI) Great Britain: 1) Officer, Bodyguards on horseback (1st Life Guards, parade); 2) Garde on horseback (Horse Guards, parade; 3) Carbineer (6th Dragoon Guards, parade); 4) Dragoon (1st Royal Dragoons, parade); 5) Dragoon, Royal Scots Greys (parade); 6) Hussar (battlefield); 7) Hussar officer; 8) Ulan