"Glamour of the Allies": French Postcard Set c. 1917 via Tuckdb
Give me the strength not to go write essays about these immediately.
This game has a Christmas Truce map.
I repeat: This game has a Christmas Truce map.
Merriment. Trenches. Merriment. Christmas. See you in like ten years, guys.
Read more about the mysterious origins of this photograph and more about my ongoing World War I digitization project through the link above
"This is the True Alliance", French Wartime Postcard, 1915 (via Poppies Pressed | Remembering the Great War in the Digital Age)
"Poppies Pressed is a student created Division III project at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Poppies Pressed aims to encourage the interpretation and accessibility of photographic media of the First World War in the digital age through the application of twenty-first century technologies to previously undigitized wartime media."
"To 1st Lt. F. Scott Fitzgerald
"While stationed at Camp Sheridan, near Montgomery, Alabama, Fitzgerald met his future wife, Zelda Sayre, the daughter of an Alabama Supreme Court judge." (via University of South Carolina)
An Urgent Message, 1929 via The New York Public Library
British Troops, 1916 via Imperial War Museums