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Members of the German military carry lit torches in honor of General (GEN) Charles L. Donnelly Jr., departing commander in chief, US Air Force Europe, and Allied Air Forces Central Europe. The Soldiers are participating in the"Grand Tatoo,"one of the West Germany military's highest honors

Frank F. Gibson, 1305 Linden St. Western Union Telegraph Co. Messenger No. 7. 14 years of age. 1 year in service. Visits houses of prostitution. Guides soldiers to segregated district. Smokes. Still at school and works from 8:30 P.M. to 12:30 A.M. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Louis [i.e. Lewis] W. Hine, May, 1910.

Leslie William Bushby

Woodrow Wilson with Soldiers in Europe

Foot soldiers and cavalry from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 381

Gideon chooses his soldiers by the way they drink the water

The Centurion and Two Soldiers, from a Crucifixion Group

The arrest of Christ: the kiss of Judas; Malchus is healed by Christ; St. Peter denies Christ before a servant and soldiers

After being dragged out of the temple by the Jews, St. Paul is rescued by soldiers, who arrest him and carry him away

The death of Jezebel: Jezebel is thrown out of the window by two soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, Stephaton and Longinus, and soldiers

Mourners and Soldiers from a Crucifixion

Soldiers guard the tomb of Christ

Emperor, bishop, and soldiers from BL Harley 4605, f. 71

The Amalekite messenger who brings David the message of Saul's death is put to death by one of David's soldiers

The Jewess Mary shows the Roman soldiers the half-eaten body of her child

The Resurrection: Christ stands in the tomb, with sleeping soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, St. Mary Magdalene and other female saints, and soldiers

The tortures of Christ: Christ is mocked by soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John and soldiers

Death of Codrus, king of Athens: disguised as a peasant, he seeks to be killed by enemy soldiers to save his city, because he had learned from the oracle that the side whose king fell would be victorious

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, the confessing centurion and soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, Longinus piercing Christ's side with a lance, and soldiers(?) mocking Christ

Christ makes himself known: "Ego sum"; the soldiers fall to the ground

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, St. Mary Magdalene, the two malefactors, Longinus piercing Christ's side with a lance, the confessing centurion and soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, St. Mary Magdalene, the two malefactors, Stephaton offering Christ vinegar on a sponge attached to a pole, the confessing centurion and a crowd of soldiers

Soldiers kneeling before a ruler enthroned (1st of 4)

The death of Saul; the Amalekite messenger who brings David the message of Saul's death is put to death by one of David's soldiers

A horseman fighting two foot soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, the two malefactors, Stephaton offering Christ vinegar on a sponge attached to a lance, and a crowd of soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, St. Mary Magdalene and other female saints, the confessing centurion, and soldiers

The tortures of Christ: the blindfolded Christ is mocked by soldiers

Triumph of Caesar: Soldiers carrying Trophies

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, St. Mary Magdalene and soldiers

[Un officier allemand portant un drapeau, accompagné d'un tambour, d'un fifre et de deux soldats] / DH.

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John and soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, St. Mary Magdalene and soldiers

[Roman soldiers bearing the trophies in triumph]

Five Foot Soldiers and a Mounted Turk

Five Foot Soldiers and a Mounted Turk

Saint John the Baptist (?) Preaching to a Group of Soldiers

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Roman Soldiers Fortifying their Camp, from Trajan's Column

Three Soldiers

Pompey with his army suprises the camp of Mithridates VII, king of Pontus, near the Euphrates; at the time the moon stood just above the horizon and behind the Romans, so the long shadows thrown before the Romans made the Mithridates' soldiers miscalculate the distance of the Romans when they threw their javelins

Scipio's soldiers, commanded by Masinissa and Laelius, invade and set fire to the wooden and thatched huts in the camp of Syphax's Numidians

Soldiers Running

Cicero is killed on the beach by soldiers of Anthony; crows fly with clamour towards the vessel of Cicero as it arrives in Caieta (background)

After the attempt on Pompey's life, the soldiers revolt: Pompey tries to calm the soldiers; eventually he lies down in front of the gate of the camp and bids, weeping and bidding those who were going out to trample on him

Mark Antony sends soldiers with orders to bring Cicero to the Senate

Cretan pirates are killed by the soldiers of Metellus, against Pompey's wish; Metellus is discussing with Lucius Octavius, Pompey's officer, who was sent as general to fight in defense of the pirates

Soldiers Carrying Urns

Gevangenneming van Gelderse soldaten, 1507

Gevangenneming van Gelderse soldaten, 1507

The Climbers: three naked men, one seen from behind climbing onto a river-bank, soldiers emerge from the forest in the background

Three Soldiers with Muskets

Soldiers Giving Drink to Christ

Two Soldiers with Lance and Halberd Conversing

Battle scene in a landscape with soldiers on horseback and several fallen men, another group of riders in the background

Battle scene in a landscape with soldiers on horseback and several fallen men, another group of riders in the background

David raising sword to decapitate a fallen Goliath among battling soldiers

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, St. Mary Magdalene, the two malefactors, Longinus piercing Christ's side with a lance, the confessing centurion and soldiers; quarelling over Christ's seamless garment(?)

The Flight into Egypt: Mary, St. Joseph and the Christ-child on their way; the legend of the quick-growing corn: soldiers questioning the farmer, who is cutting the ripe wheat (background)

The tortures of Christ: the blindfolded Christ is mocked by soldiers

The Resurrection: Christ stands in front of the tomb, and sleeping soldiers

Halberdier walking left and carrying a halberd over his left shoulder, two tents beyond, from the series 'Twelve soldiers of different ranks'

Soldiers Besieging a Castle

Roman Soldiers Before an Emperor

Jean Lallemant le Jeune looking at the Crucifixion with Mary, St. John, the two malefactors and soldiers

Emperor addressing his Soldiers

Standing Nude Man (recto); Three Studies of Soldiers (verso)

Roman soldiers fighting against Dacians, battle scene in shallow depth with horses and horn-players (after a bas-relief on the Arch of Constantine, Rome)

Turkish Soldiers at Rest from the frieze Ces Moeurs et fachons de faire de Turcz (Customs and Fashions of the Turks)

Studies of Two Helmets and of Two Soldiers Wearing Helmets

Soldiers at Rest (Milites Requiescentes) from The Large Landscapes

Soldiers at Rest (Milites requiescentes) from The Large Landscapes

Caius Marius in prison; two Cimbrian soldiers entering his cell

Caius Marius in Prison, two Cimbrian soldiers entering his cell

The resurrection of Christ, holding a banner in his right hand, soldiers surrounding the tomb, some falling away

Apollo and Marsyas and the Judgment of Midas: at right Midas with the ears of an ass resting his hand against a tree stump, at center Apollo holds a flaying knife, at left the flayed corpse of Marsyas roped to a tree, soldiers and satyrs beyond

Study of Ancient Soldiers

Two Roman Soldiers

Soldaat die zijn laadstok uit de houder onder de loop van zijn musket haalt (nr. 25), ca. 1600

Soldaat met een roer die zijn lont pakt (nr. 5), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn musket met zijn rechterhand op zijn schouder legt (nr. 33), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn spies met beide handen ver uit elkaar boven zijn rechterschouder draagt, de punt schuin naar de grond gericht (nr. 12), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn roer op zijn schouder draagt (nr. 33), ca. 1600

Soldaat, van voren gezien, die zijn spies met zijn rechterhand rechtop vasthoudt (nr. 1), ca. 1600

Soldaat, van voren gezien, die zijn spies met zijn rechterhand rechtop vasthoudt (nr. 17), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn musket van zijn schouder neemt (nr. 3), ca. 1600

Soldaat met een roer die zijn lont overbrengt van zijn rechter- naar zijn linkerhand (nr. 14), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn laadstok uit de loop van zijn musket trekt (nr. 28), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn spies bijna horizontaal boven zijn rechterschouder draagt (nr. 9), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn laadstok uit de loop van zijn roer trekt (nr. 27), ca. 1600

Soldaat die met zijn rechterhand de punt van zijn spies naar voren steekt en met zijn linkerhand de schacht vastpakt (nr. 22), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn spies met beide handen horizontaal op schouderhoogte draagt, zijn rechterhand bij de voet van het wapen (nr. 24), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn musket op zijn schouder draagt (nr. 34), ca. 1600

Soldaat, van voren gezien, die zijn spies met beide handen rechtop voor zich iets boven de grond vasthoudt (nr. 2), ca. 1600

Soldaat die zijn roer op zijn schouder draagt (nr. 1), ca. 1600

Soldaat die de pan van zijn musket sluit (nr. 18), ca. 1600

Soldaat op wacht die zijn musket bij zijn rechterzijde schuin omhoog gericht vasthoudt, zijn vinger aan de trekker (nr. 37), ca. 1600