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The poet, novelist, and political activist Gabriele d'Annunzio speaking in favor of Italy's entry into the war on the side of the Entente Allies, and against 'Giolittismo' at the Costanzi Theater in Rome, May, 1915. Giovanni Giolitti was five-time Prime Minister of Italy, and opposed intervention in the Great War. Illustration by Achille Beltrame.
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Le grandi manifestazioni contra il 'giolittismo'; Gabriele d'Annunzio parla al popolo di Roma, nel Theatro Costanzi.
The great demonstrations against the 'Giolittism'; Gabriele d'Annunzio speaks to the people of Rome, in Theatro Costanzi.more The poet, novelist, and political activist Gabriele d'Annunzio speaking in favor of Italy's entry into the war on the side of the Entente Allies, and against 'Giolittismo' at the Costanzi Theater in Rome, May, 1915. Giovanni Giolitti was five-time Prime Minister of Italy, and opposed intervention in the Great War. Illustration by Achille Beltrame. The great demonstrations against the 'Giolittism'; Gabriele d'Annunzio speaks to the people of Rome, in Theatro Costanzi. Gabriele d'Annunzio, d'Annunzio, Beltrame, Italy, 1915, 1915-05-12, May
A bound, neutral Italy is sorely tempted by the appeal of Trieste. Trentino (the south Tyrol) and Trieste were chief among the war aims of those Italians who wanted to discard neutrality to war on Austria-Hungary. A postcard by V. Retrosi.
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La Danza del Desiderio
The Dance of Desire
V. Retrosi
Neutralita
Trieste
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Logo: Shamrock in a circle MT&C; 124more A bound, neutral Italy is sorely tempted by the appeal of Trieste. Trentino (the south Tyrol) and Trieste were chief among the war aims of those Italians who wanted to discard neutrality to war on Austria-Hungary. A postcard by V. Retrosi. La Danza del Desiderio



The Dance of Desire



V. Retrosi



Neutralita



Trieste



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Logo: Shamrock in a circle MT&C; 124
Retrosi, Trieste, Italy, neutrality, bondage, tease
1898 postcard of German Southwest Africa including scenes of the capital of Greater Windhoek, a square in the city, and Major Leutwein, Governor from 1894 to 1904.
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Panorama von Gross-Windhoek
Platz in Gross-Windhoek
Gouverneur Major Leutwein
Deutsch-Südwest-Afrika
Verl. u. Eigent d. Deutschen Kolonialhauses, Berlin, C 19. Ges. geschützl. Must. No. 15 
Panorama of greater Windhoek
Square in greater Windhoek
Governor Major Leutwein
German SouthWest Africa
Publisher and Property of the German Colonial House, Berlin, C 19 Registered Trademark of the Heavy Artillery Muster [?] No. 15
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Deutsche Schutzgebiete
Nur für die Adresse
German protected areas
Only for the addressmore 1898 postcard of German Southwest Africa including scenes of the capital of Greater Windhoek, a square in the city, and Major Leutwein, Governor from 1894 to 1904. Panorama von Gross-Windhoek

Platz in Gross-Windhoek

Gouverneur Major Leutwein

Deutsch-Südwest-Afrika



Verl. u. Eigent d. Deutschen Kolonialhauses, Berlin, C 19. Ges. geschützl. Must. No. 15



Panorama of greater Windhoek

Square in greater Windhoek

Governor Major Leutwein

German SouthWest Africa



Publisher and Property of the German Colonial House, Berlin, C 19 Registered Trademark of the Heavy Artillery Muster [?] No. 15



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Deutsche Schutzgebiete

Nur für die Adresse



German protected areas

Only for the address
Lithograph, Namibia, Deutsche Kolonie, Gross-Windhoek, Gouverneur Major Leutwein Namibia, Germany, colony, Windhoek, Leutwein, German Southwest Africa
The exploding shell of a French 75 mm. field gun blasts the crown from the tree of the Central Powers as the axe of Justice strikes its trunk. A background map shows British towns on the English Channel and Belgian and French cities shelled by German forces burning. A 1915 French postcard.
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75, Turquie, Allemagne, Autriche, Turkey, Austria, Germany, Yarmouth, Hartlepool, Whitby, Scarborough, Ypres, Arras, Reims, Louvain
Malheur aux ennemis
To the D...with the Enemy
1914   1915
Déposé. . . Tous Droits Réservés
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Edition Globe Trotter
Paris
Marque Déposée Trade Mark
Carte Postale
F. Bouchet, Éditeur-Imprimeur, 5bis, Rue Béranger, Paris (IIIe)
Visé - Paris No. 1more The exploding shell of a French 75 mm. field gun blasts the crown from the tree of the Central Powers as the axe of Justice strikes its trunk. A background map shows British towns on the English Channel and Belgian and French cities shelled by German forces burning. A 1915 French postcard. 75, Turquie, Allemagne, Autriche, Turkey, Austria, Germany, Yarmouth, Hartlepool, Whitby, Scarborough, Ypres, Arras, Reims, Louvain

Malheur aux ennemis

To the D...with the Enemy

1914 1915

Déposé. . . Tous Droits Réservés

Artist Logo



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Edition Globe Trotter

Paris

Marque Déposée Trade Mark

Carte Postale

F. Bouchet, Éditeur-Imprimeur, 5bis, Rue Béranger, Paris (IIIe)

Visé - Paris No. 1
Turkey, Germany, Austria, tree, Yarmouth, Hartlepool, Whitby, Scarborough, Ypres, Arras, Rheims, Louvain, 1914, 1915, Justice, Scarborough bombarded
Examples of the uniform and kit of 'the modern Turkish soldier' from 'Ambassador Morgenthau's Story' by Henry Morgenthau, American Ambassador to Turkey from 1913 to 1916.
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The Modern Turkish Soldier
In the uniform and equipment introduced by the Germans. The fez - the immemorial symbol of the Ottoman - is replaced by a modern helmet.more Examples of the uniform and kit of 'the modern Turkish soldier' from 'Ambassador Morgenthau's Story' by Henry Morgenthau, American Ambassador to Turkey from 1913 to 1916. The Modern Turkish Soldier

In the uniform and equipment introduced by the Germans. The fez - the immemorial symbol of the Ottoman - is replaced by a modern helmet.
Ambassador Morgenthau's Story, Morgenthau's Story, Henry Morgenthau, Morgenthau, Turkey, Ambassador, Turkish soldier, soldier, Turkish Army, 1915-05-18, 1916-08-21


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