A soldier in the trenches in France, holding onto a gas alarm, which would warn against chemical attacks from the enemy, 1916

A soldier in the trenches in France, holding onto a gas alarm, which would warn against chemical attacks from the enemy, 1916

Saturday Jan 5 @ 01:30pm
Two women, part of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, digging graves for fallen British soldiers in a cemetery at Abbeville, France, 1918

Two women, part of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, digging graves for fallen British soldiers in a cemetery at Abbeville, France, 1918

Saturday Jan 5 @ 12:20pm
A woman cleaning the inside of the barrel of a naval gun in Coventry, 1918

A woman cleaning the inside of the barrel of a naval gun in Coventry, 1918

Saturday Jan 5 @ 11:10am
British nurses working on an ambulance train holding out cages with canaries. The canaries were used during World War I not only to entertain soldiers, but also to warn of gas attacks.

British nurses working on an ambulance train holding out cages with canaries. The canaries were used during World War I not only to entertain soldiers, but also to warn of gas attacks.

Friday Jan 4 @ 02:40pm
A nurse tending to a wounded British soldier on an ambulance train in France during World War I

A nurse tending to a wounded British soldier on an ambulance train in France during World War I

Friday Jan 4 @ 01:30pm
A tea weighing station located at the Chakva tea farm in Georgia

A tea weighing station located at the Chakva tea farm in Georgia

Thursday Jan 3 @ 11:10am
pwoperlittlefishy:


1913, Suffragette activist Emily Davison was trampled to death, after running out in front of King George V’s horse in protest for women’s right to vote.

Epson Derby. They say she died a martyr, as the WSPU colours were found inside her coat. On the other hand, there was also a return train ticket in her coat, so it can be inferred she did not intend to die. #ashistory

pwoperlittlefishy:

1913, Suffragette activist Emily Davison was trampled to death, after running out in front of King George V’s horse in protest for women’s right to vote.

Epson Derby. They say she died a martyr, as the WSPU colours were found inside her coat. On the other hand, there was also a return train ticket in her coat, so it can be inferred she did not intend to die. #ashistory

Wednesday Apr 11 @ 06:27pm
Silent film actor William S. Hart at a film location

Silent film actor William S. Hart at a film location

Tuesday Mar 20 @ 10:42pm
A Peruvian man selling his homemade pots on the streets of Cuzco, 1913

A Peruvian man selling his homemade pots on the streets of Cuzco, 1913

Tuesday Feb 7 @ 11:10am
The valley of Yucay, as seen in 1913

The valley of Yucay, as seen in 1913

Monday Feb 6 @ 02:40pm
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