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With promises, France and Germany entice Italy into the war during a Mardi Gras masked ball, February 16, 1915. Italy, the caption implies, is the most masked of ball-goers, and this the most masked of balls, and one which only two will leave contented. The warring sides offered Italy territory for dropping its neutral stance, proposing Trentino and Trieste in Austria-Hungary, Piedmont in France, and Turkey's holdings including Mediterranean islands. An illustration by Retrosi.
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Tutti e 2 Contenti E . . . 
Veglionissimo 1915
Everyone and 2 Contented AND. . .
The most masked of balls 1915
Made in France
promesse
promises
Made in Germanymore With promises, France and Germany entice Italy into the war during a Mardi Gras masked ball, February 16, 1915. Italy, the caption implies, is the most masked of ball-goers, and this the most masked of balls, and one which only two will leave contented. The warring sides offered Italy territory for dropping its neutral stance, proposing Trentino and Trieste in Austria-Hungary, Piedmont in France, and Turkey's holdings including Mediterranean islands. An illustration by Retrosi. Tutti e 2 Contenti E . . .

Veglionissimo 1915



Everyone and 2 Contented AND. . .

The most masked of balls 1915



Made in France

promesse

promises

Made in Germany
Italy, neutrality, neutral, promises, Mardi Gras, 1915, 1915-02-16, Triple Alliance, Triple Entente, 1915-03-02, February
And God with us! God, armed with a blunderbuss and already having received a medal, steps between Kaisers Wilhelm II of Germany and Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary. The German soldier's belt buckle included the inscription, Gott mit Uns — God with us. Illustration by Aurelio Bertiglia.
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Dio E con Noi!
And God with us!more And God with us! God, armed with a blunderbuss and already having received a medal, steps between Kaisers Wilhelm II of Germany and Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary. The German soldier's belt buckle included the inscription, Gott mit Uns — God with us. Illustration by Aurelio Bertiglia. Dio E con Noi!



And God with us!
A. Bertiglia, Bertiglia, God, Kaiser Franz Josef, Franz Joseph, Kaiser Franz Joseph, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Kaiser Wilhelm, Wilhelm, Gott mit Uns, God with Us, Aurelio Bertiglia
A battery of French Rimailho 155mm Howitzers, a gun capable of delivering up to 15 rounds per minute. With a range of 6,500 yards, it was obsolete by 1916.
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La Guerre 1914-1915 Artillerie lourde française - Batterie de 155 Rimailho
104 P.P. Paris French heavy artillery - 155 Rimailho's battery.
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Message dated July 18, 1915(?), and written in three directions. The writer had "le plaisir de voir 28 aeros française qui revenaient de chez les boches" - the pleasure of seeing 28 French planes returning from the Boche.more A battery of French Rimailho 155mm Howitzers, a gun capable of delivering up to 15 rounds per minute. With a range of 6,500 yards, it was obsolete by 1916. La Guerre 1914-1915 Artillerie lourde française - Batterie de 155 Rimailho



104 P.P. Paris French heavy artillery - 155 Rimailho's battery.



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Message dated July 18, 1915(?), and written in three directions. The writer had "le plaisir de voir 28 aeros française qui revenaient de chez les boches" - the pleasure of seeing 28 French planes returning from the Boche.
artillery, Rimailho, cannon, gun, field gun, Rimailho 155mm Howitzer Field Gun, Rimailho 155mm Howitzer, Rimailho 155mm Field Gun
A crew comprised of German naval artillery and Turkish troops man a gun in one of the Turkish forts defending the Dardanelles against a naval assault by an Anglo-French fleet.
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Deutsche Marineartillerie kämpft mit türkischen Truppen gegen die vereinigte engl. franz. Flotte in einem Dardanellenfort.
German naval artillery fighting with Turkish troops against the united English and French fleet in a Dardanelles fort.
Waffen Brüder 1914-15
Brothers in arms
Message dated November 21, 1915
Feldpost (field postmarked November 25, 1915)
Logo FPnG; 3424. Serie 94.more A crew comprised of German naval artillery and Turkish troops man a gun in one of the Turkish forts defending the Dardanelles against a naval assault by an Anglo-French fleet. Reverse:

Deutsche Marineartillerie kämpft mit türkischen Truppen gegen die vereinigte engl. franz. Flotte in einem Dardanellenfort.



German naval artillery fighting with Turkish troops against the united English and French fleet in a Dardanelles fort.



Waffen Brüder 1914-15



Brothers in arms



Message dated November 21, 1915

Feldpost (field postmarked November 25, 1915)

Logo FPnG; 3424. Serie 94.
Germany, Turkey, France, Dardanelles, fleet Dardanelles forts, naval assault, 1915, February, 1915-02-19, 1915-02-26, The Allied naval campaign in the Dardanelles
French troops advancing at a run, their red trousers and caps visible. The kepi offered no protection against machine gun fire or artillery shells. The French Adrian helmet was introduced not introduced until 1915.
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French Infantry Running Forward to Take up Fresh Positions.
© by the International News Service, NY
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W. C. A. 145more French troops advancing at a run, their red trousers and caps visible. The kepi offered no protection against machine gun fire or artillery shells. The French Adrian helmet was introduced not introduced until 1915. French Infantry Running Forward to Take up Fresh Positions.

© by the International News Service, NY



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W. C. A. 145
French infantry, soldier, soldiers, French soldier, 1914, 1915, red pants, kepi