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Шутливые открытки военных начала 20 века.



1912-1915
“Hooray. [This] unit has 22 days left.” Unidentified location, Germany.




1910-1912
“Flight from the sand desert [i.e., military camp] Neuhammer.” Nuehammer Military Camp, Germany. Unidentified photographer.



1915
“Flight from Elsenborn to Paris.” Truppenübungsplatz (military training ground), Elsenborn, Germany. Photographer: Alexander Herld.



1915
Truppenübungsplatz (military training ground), Elsenborn, Germany. Photographer: Alexander Herld.



1912
“Reserved Flight Home from Bitsch.” Straßburg, Austria. Photographer: J. Jungmann.



1928
“Those who remained faithful to their mother can be seen flying from here.” Munster, Germany. Unidentified photographer.



1914
Military training ground, Neuhammer am Queis, Germany. Photographer: Paul Riediger.



1913
“Escape from sand desert [military camp] Neuhammer.” Neuhammer, Germany. Photographer: Paul Riediger.



1912-1914
“Flight from Döberitz.” Berlin, Germany. Photographer: Paul Höfer.



1914
“With thunder, hail and lightning God created Desert Döberitz”; “Flight from Desert Döberitz.” Döberitz Military Training Camp (aka “Desert Döberitz”). Photographer: Alfons Weghuber.



1925-1930
“Flight from Jüterbog.” Teltow-Fläming district, Germany. Photographer: Ernst Löhn.



1913
“Flight from the Military Training Camp at Darmstadt.” Ideal Studio, Darmstadt, Germany. Photographer: Fritz Sengers.



1918
“Happy New Year 1918.” Unidentified German studio.



1916
“Escape from Munster.” Munster Military Camp, Germany.



1915
Figure 25 Munster Military Camp, Germany. Unidentified photographer. The "§ 11" symbol on the two beer barrels denotes a paragraph from the German "Beer Code,” which reads "Es wird fortgesoffen” or "Keep on drinking."



1930s
German soldiers on faux Easter egg prop. Unidentified location, Germany.



1938
“Sightseeing Flight - Faßberg Air Base – Munster – Hamburg, 1938.” Munster, Germany. Photographer: Richard Schubert.



1925
Camp de Bitche, Département de la Moselle, France. Photographer: Charles Montag.



1928
French military aviators in painted biplane studio prop, with Eiffel Tower and the Trocadéro Palace in background. Paris, France. Unidentified photographer.



1930s
Coney Island Amusement Park, New York. Unidentified photographer.



1930s-1940s
Nazi officers in photomontage single-propeller plane. Unidentified location, Germany.



1933
“If this thing bursts we are done for.” Munich, Germany. Photographer: Richard Schubert.



1912-1915
“Flight from Bitsch at 636 meters altitude.” Soldiers with mascot on a painted studio prop of the Viktoria Luise Zeppelin, Bezirk Lothringen, German Lorraine. Unidentified photographer.



1930s
“The trip to Hannover is here.” Dörnitz Military Camp (Altengrabow), Germany. Photographer: Max Schütze.



1914
Lockstedter Military Camp, near Hülsings, Germany. Wahrmann Studio.



1930s
“Flight from Altengrabow.” Dörnitz Military Camp (Altengrabow), Germany. Photographer: Max Schütze.



1930
German soldiers on wooden cutout stork. Munster, Germany. Unidentified photographer.



1920s
Soldier posing with fake horse in front of painted backdrop, Republic of Estonia. Unidentified photographer.



1917
American soldier pointing his revolver at German infantry studio prop. Unidentified location, USA.



1940s
American soldiers riding a wooden cutout donkey while resting their feet on a box inscribed “To hell with Hitler.” Unidentified photographer, USA.



1944-1945
French soldiers in studio tank prop. Unidentified location, France.

Из коллекции Кристофера Б. Штайнера. (с)

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