Photographs taken on 1917 Kodak camera

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Photographs taken on 1917 Kodak camera

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Photographs from my latest batch, all taken with my 1917 Kodak No 2 Autographic

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Boer War 17th Lancers

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Boer War British Infantry

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Early WW1 - new recruits for the Durham Pals Battalion, still in civilian clothing, are taught to fire the Short Magazine Lee Enfield rifle

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Men being instructed on the use of the Webley Mk VI Revolver

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A well earned break for fish and chips

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A 1917 Ford Model T Ambulance

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German Soldiers of IR28

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French 'Poilus' in camp

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French soldiers at a Hotchkiss machine gun position

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British soldiers in a trench, 1916

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Recently returned from the front, these men of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment are having a break in a small Estaminet set up in a camp

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Two Royal Flying Corps Pilots of a Home Defence Squadron
We are a circus Squadron, we are old '22'
And binge and rev and joyride is all we're fit to do!

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Re: Photographs taken on 1917 Kodak camera

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How do you take pics of..
British soldiers in a trench, 1916
with a 1917 camera?

Hehe - seriously nice pics though.

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Fantastic photos!

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Bloomin marvelous! Great pics.

Thats my estaminet at Kelmarsh, hopefully making a return bigger better, with more pommes frites and lashings of garlic mayo!

Griff, Owner Estaminet D'Or
http://www.griffinhistorical.com. A delicious decadent historical trifle. Thick performance jelly topped with lashings of imaginative creamy custard. You may also get a soggy event management sponge finger but it won't cost you hundreds and thousands.

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Re: Photographs taken on 1917 Kodak camera

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Wonderful stuff.

Paul

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