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    • Zyklon B, lethal gas

    • Zyklon B, lethal gas Nazis to murder concentration camps.
    • Zyklon B, one type of lethal gas used by the Nazis to murder people in concentration camps.
    • Wm. L. Yetter Wallpaper Co., 113-115-117 Howard Streets, Omaha, Neb.

    • Yetter Wallpaper Company (Omaha, Neb.) -- 1900-1910.; Postcards -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910.; Wallpaper industry -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910.
    • Abstract Postcard view of the Wm. L. Yetter Wallpaper Company building, 113-117 Howard Streets, Omaha, Nebraska. One of 24 images in ""You'll like Omaha"" post folder from Nebraska Bankers Association, Sept. 8 and 9, 1908(?)
    • Hungry Servicemen descend on North Platte Canteen

    • WW2 WWII World War II North Platte Canteen Wilson trains steam locomotive homefront volunteers troops depot entertainment Union Pacific station platform
    • The most widely published photograph of the North Platte Canteen, by Union Pacific Railroad photographer Bill Coons, was taken on a late summer's afternoon during World War II. A horde of hungry servicemen descend on the canteen from an eastbound...
    • A morale booster

    • WW2 WWII World War II North Platte Canteen Wilson trains steam locomotive homefront volunteers troops depot entertainment Union Pacific food crowd
    • Source #: ca02012 Military officials frequently stated the North Platte Canteen’s greatest contribution to the war effort was as a morale booster. For men who were long distances from home, the generosity and concern shown by smiling women...
    • Wright and Wilhelmy Co., wholesale hardware, Omaha, Neb., U.S. A.

    • Wright and Wilhelmy Company (Omaha, Neb.) -- 1900-1910.; Postcards -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910.; Hardware stores -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910.
    • Abstract Postcard view of the Wright and Wilhelmy Company building, 10th and Jackson Streets, Omaha, Nebraska. One of 24 images in ""You'll like Omaha"" post folder from Nebraska Bankers Association, Sept. 8 and 9, 1908(?)
    • "Ville Dommange"

    • World War, 1914-1918; War damage; Streets; Ruins; Churches
    • "V.5. 'Ville Dommage' One mouth [sic] later church street July. 1918." A soldier with a medic's band on his arm stands in the street beside the gaping walls of a gutted building. Only a few portions of the walls stand and rubble fills the...
    • Soldiers identifying French and German corpses

    • World War, 1914-1918; Soldiers; War casualties--French; War casualties--German; Dead persons
    • "V.21. Identification of corpses: French (on the left), Boche (on the right). Reims July 1918" Two soldiers stand along a row of bodies. The soldier on the left bends toward the bodies while the one on the right appears to write on a small pad....
    • First aid station in Sillery, France

    • World War, 1914-1918; Soldiers; Medics; World War, 1914-1918--Medical aspects; Military medicine; First aid; Ruins; War damage
    • "V.23. Sillery, a first aid station" Most of the soldiers at this first aid station in Sillery, France wear armbands with cross symbols and appear to be medics. They are standing and sitting in a large group in front of buildings with damaged...
    • "Ville Dommange," church south of Reims

    • World War, 1914-1918; Soldiers; Churches; Streets
    • "V.4. 'Ville Dommange' south of Reims church and main Street June.1918." View down a street lined with buildings, one of which is a church in the background. Two soldiers in a vehicle, as well as two on foot, appear to be moving toward the...
    • Soldiers and ruined castle

    • World War, 1914-1918; Soldiers; Castles; Ruins; War damage--France
    • "C.23. The Castle South of Chemin des Dames Oct 1917" Shown in a three-quarter view, the castle has only a small portion of its roof remaining on the right. Large sections of its walls have collapsed leaving only fragments of its facade that...
    • Bridge blown up by mine

    • World War, 1914-1918; Soldiers; Bridges; Mines (Warfare); War damage
    • "R.18. Novion-Porcien. A bridge blown up by a late mine." Several soldiers are lined up on the bank across the river from the photographer, whose hand appears in the lower left. Two soldiers stand to the left of center near the water, while two...
    • American soldiers south of Reims

    • World War, 1914-1918; Soldiers--American; Pianos; Recreation
    • "V.14. American Section ou [sic] the front south of Reims. Nogent.S.S.U.515." A group of American soldiers appear to be relaxing in a wooded area near Reims. On the left one is playing piano while others sit scattered around on chairs and at...
    • Road between Oulches and Craonnelle

    • World War, 1914-1918; Roads; Ruins; War damage--France; Soldiers
    • "C.27. Oulches-Craonelle road (Chemin des Dames). Oct. 1917." Scattered piles of rubble and partial walls of ruined buildings line the street that curves from the left foreground to the image's center. A black soldier stands in the middle of the...
    • Shell splinter removal operation on buttocks

    • World War, 1914-1918; Operating rooms; Surgery; World War, 1914-1918--Medical aspects; Military medicine; Buttocks
    • "L1 Operation room on the front sheel [sic] splinters in the buttock" In an operating room, a man lies on his side on a narrow table surrounded by two women and four men, who appear to be medical staff. The man is having an operation done on his...
    • American and French officers at Reims

    • World War, 1914-1918; Military officers--American; Military officers--French
    • "V.8. American and French officiers [sic] lookings at Reims burning behnid [sic] a camouflage." One officer points to the camouflage while the other looks. A small dog sits at their feet.
    • Men digging military cemetery south of Reims

    • World War, 1914-1918; Digging
    • "V.29. South of Reims in charge of digging military. Cemetery and Champagne vines behind [sic]." Standing near a makeshift shelter of tarp and branches, the man on the left is digging. The man in the middle drinks from a canteen while the one on...
    • French and German corpses

    • World War, 1914-1918; Dead persons; War casualties; Cemeteries; Soldiers
    • "C.33. French and boche corpses brought back from the lines in a small car to be curied [sic] (after an attack). Nov. 1917" In a forest bodies dumped from a wooden cart are lined along mounds of dirt. Three soldiers stand near the bodies. One of...
    • Soldiers in front of dugout at Chemin-des-Dames

    • World War, 1914-1918; Bunkers; Forts and fortifications; Soldiers
    • "C.59. Headquarters dug out "Chemin-des-Dames. Aug. 1917." In a wooded area a group of French soldiers sit around an underground structure built of sandbags and timber. Of the four men sitting on the left side, two are preoccupied with one reading...

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