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WORLD WAR II: BELGIUM.
A division patrol of the U.S. First Army searches the woods in Belgium for German paratroopers. Photographed December 1944.
WORLD WAR II: BOMBARDMENT.
After a round of bombardment by artillery shells, members of the 87th Mortar Division, U.S. First Army, at Echtz, Germany, move out from behind shelter to fire back at entrenched German positions, 14 December 1944.
WORLD WAR II: BELGIUM.
Tanks of the Third Armored Division of the U.S. First Army in the area of Lierneux, Belgium, northwest of St. Vith, during the Ardennes Offensive. Photographed 20 January 1945.
WORLD WAR I: GHENT, 1918.
King Albert, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Leopold leading the First Army Division throught Ghent, Belgium. Photograph, 1918.
WWII: REMAGEN BRIDGE, 1945.
Soldiers of the U.S. 1st Army crossing the Ludendorff Bridge on the Rhine River at Remagen, Germany, as captive German soldiers proceed in the opposite direction, 8 March 1945.
WORLD WAR II: POLISH TANK.
A JSU-152 tank of the Polish 1st Army crossing a pontoon bridge over the Oder River during the Battle of the Seelow Heights, 19 April 1945. Full credit: Bildarchiv - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights re
WORLD WAR II: PRISONERS.
German prisoners being marched to the rear by U.S. First Army forces at Bullange, Belgium, southeast of Malmedy. Photographed by Peter J. Carroll, January 1945.
1ST U.S. COLORED INFANTRY.
Members of the 1st U.S. Colored Infantry. Photographed by Mathew Brady, c1862.
WWII: PARATROOPERS, 1945.
Paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division, 1st Allied Airborne Army making a practice jump over Sissonne, France, 14 March 1945.
ARMINIUS (c17 B.C.-21 A.D.).
German national hero. Arminius' Triumph over three Roman legions at the Battle of Teutoburg Forest. Photogravure, late 19th century, after the painting by Paul Thumann.
FIRST BALKAN WAR, 1912.
A Montenegrin officer, fighting with the Bulgarian army, duels with a Turkish officer in front of their troops during the First Balkan War. Front page illustration from the French newspaper 'Le Petit Journal,' 10 November 1912.
CRUSADES: KNIGHTS TEMPLAR.
The first Knights Templar (order founded in 1118) in war suit. Engraving by Jacques Charles Bar, 1786.
WWII: BELGIUM, 1944.
European Ground Combat. Tanks of the American First Army in the streets of Malmedy, Belgium, moving to help stem the strong German counter-offensive in the area, December 1944.
(1732-1799). First President of the United States. Washington (left) with the Marquis de Lafayette during the American Revolution, 1777. Wood engraving, American, 1887.
AMERIGO VESPUCCI (1454-1512).
Italian navigator on his first voyage to the New World, encounters natives of what is now Guiana, 1499-1500. Line engraving, 19th century, after an engraving by Theodor de Bry, 1590.
ALFRED DREYFUS (1859-1935).
French army officer. Dreyfus, stripped of his rank, being paraded in front of the troops after his first trial for treason in 1894: contemporary wood engraving.
WORLD WAR I: CAVALRY.
French cavalrymen wading their horses through a stream in pursuit of the retreating German army after the First or Second Battle of the Marne, 1914 or 1918. Photograph.
CIVIL WAR: VICKSBURG, 1863.
'First at Vicksburg.' The 1st Battalion of the U.S. Infantry fighting its way up the steep slope to the top of the Confederate lines at Vicksburg, Mississippi, 19 May 1863. Painting by H. Charles McBarron, Jr.
SPAIN: CIVIL WAR, 1874.
'Trenches to the Left of San Candido Redoubt (Las Carreras), near Bilbao.' Wood engraving from an English newspaper of 1874.
WORLD WAR II: LEYTE ISLAND.
Coast Guard Gunner's Mate (artilleryman), First Class Carol Smith (right) giving a drink of water to Private First Class Junior F. Happel, wounded by shrapnel during the invasion of Leyte, Philippine Islands, during World War II, October 1944.
CHARLES XII OF SWEDEN
(1682-1718) leading greatly outnumbered Swedish forces (about 8,400) to decisive victory over 40,000 Russians under Peter the Great at the Battle of Narva (Estonia), 30 November 1700, in the first major battle of the Great Northern War of 1700-1721. Contemporary engraving by Romejn de Hooghe.
(1732-1799). 1st President of the United States. Washington resigning his commission as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army at Annapolis, Maryland, in 1783. Wood engraving, German, 19th century.
CIVIL WAR: UNION FORT.
The 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery at Fort Richardson in Virginia. Photograph, 1861.
CIVIL WAR: SURGEONS, 1864.
Three surgeons of 1st Division, 9th Corps in Petersburg, Virginia. Photograph, 1864.
Austrian troops during the siege of San Giuliano in Venice, August 24, 1849. First war of independence, Italy, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
St Paul in the Areopagus, by Giovanni Ricco' (1817-1873). Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
(1732-1799). First President of the United States. Washington's prayer at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777. Steel engraving, 19th century, by John C. McRae.
GARNET J. WOLSELEY
(1833-1913). 1st Viscount Wolseley. British army officer. Cartoon by John Tenniel from 'Punch,' 1874, on General Wolseley's victory in the Ashantee War.
CIVIL WAR: BULL RUN, 1861.
The Charge of the Black Horse Cavalry upon the Fire Zouaves at the First Battle of Bull Run, 21 July 1861. Wood engraving from a contemporary American newspaper.
WORLD WAR II: ALLIED TROOP.
The 1st Allied Airborne Army in Holland, September 1944.
CIVIL WAR: PRISONER, 1864.
'The First Mississippi Negro Cavalry bringing into Vicksburg Confederate prisoners captured at Haines's Bluff.' Engraving by F.B. Schell, c1864.
ROME: SIEGE OF JERUSALEM.
Roman soldiers setting fire to the second Temple at Jerusalem in 70 A.D. Line engraving, American, 19th century.
ROME: ARCH OF TITUS.
Relief on the Arch of Titus depicting Roman soldiers bearing away the plundered treasures of the Temple of Jerusalem during the Siege of Jerusalem, 70 A.D. Wood engraving.
(1732-1799). Washington appointed Commander in Chief of the Continental Army by members of the Continental Congress, 15 June 1775. Lithograph by Currier and Ives, c1876.
(1732-1799). First President of the United States at the battle of Princeton, 3 January 1777. Steel engraving, American, 1857.
CONTINENTAL CONGRESS, 1774.
Chaplain Jacob Duche leading the first prayer in the First Continental Congress at Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in September 1774. Mezzotint by H.S. Sadd, 1848, after Tompkins Harrison Matteson.
CIVIL WAR: BULL RUN, 1861.
The retreat of Union soldiers turning into a stampede at the First Battle of Bull Run, Virginia, 21 July 1861. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
SAN ROMANO BATTLE.
The Battle of San Romano. First panel, tempera on wood by Paolo Uccello, c1440. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
KOREAN WAR, 1951.
An American First Division tank drives north through Chuncheon, South Korea. Photograph, March 1951.
'The Santa Fe Trail.' Cartoon by Rollin Kirby from the 'New York World,' 5 May 1923, hailing the first non-stop transcontinental flight by Army pilots John A. Macready and Oakley G. Kelly, 2-3 May 1923.
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