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Guest Fred Karno's Army

A few of the more interesting WW1 photographs I have come across.....enjoy !.

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Guest Fred Karno's Army

Another nice study,note the standard buttons that have been replaced by GS buttons on this member of the Dorsetshire Regiments PH helmet bag.

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Guest Fred Karno's Army

A few more.......:D.

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Desert Rat

Superb, Fantastic, Brilliant images......Thank You for Sharing them with us at MCN....Best Wishes & Thanks Again....Paul for your Devotion for us All to Remember All Those who Fought & Died and were Killed During WW1.

Very Best Wishes to You and Your Dear Family....Ian / Desert Rat

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Davejb
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Excellent photos there mate, but the most unusual picture is the trooper wearing an animal skin. I,m pretty sure this was not only done to keep warm but also as a form of early camouflage , there would not be any other reason as its to obvious to wear in the wrong environment . I would expect its possibly a snow cover or for dense undergrowth containing birch or some other similar trees. Whatever it is its pretty interesting , I,ve never seen another like it

 

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