Photographer: Thomas Frederick Scales .Tanks on parade in London at the end of World War I, 1918.Dry plate glass negative .Reference No. 1/2-014078-G.Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association Collect... more
The Library holds only one photo from a pair published as a stereographic view. Gems of California scenery, no. 803. LOT subdivision subject: Hydraulic Mining. This record contains unverified old data from caption card.
The Library holds only one photo from a pair published as a stereographic view. Gems of California scenery, no. 769. LOT subdivision subject: Donner Pass Route. This record contains unverified old data from caption card.
This image has been taken from scan 000143 from "Ceylon in 1893, etc". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's flickr photostream.
This image has been taken from scan 000195 from volume 02 of "Bombay and Western India. A series of stray papers". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of th... more
Published as halftone in Harper's Weekly, 1895, p. 686. Photographic print made by LC from Jackson's vintage film negative. Gift; Colorado Historical Society; 1949. Forms part of: Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1... more
Photo copyrighted by The Bernier Publ. Co., N.Y. #49. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Oil industry; Texas; Shelf.
The advantages of caterpillar tracks on tanks can be clearly seen here. These four tanks are travelling through a churned up and boggy mess with relative ease. The soldiers travelling on them also look relaxed.... more
British tanks on training manoeuvres, in France, during World War I. This photograph of an advancing tank dwarfing British troops, gives an idea of the scale of tanks, and the power they brought to the front li... more
Canadian troops and a tank on the Western Front, during World War I. This photograph gives some sense of how treacherous and fraught fighting in World War I could be. The Canadian soldiers in the picture look v... more
Tank Corp's mascot, 'Stunter', and his officer, France, during World War I. The officer and his bike look clean and well-kept and they appear to be in front of a grand house surrounded by gardens. The subjects ... more
A tank pulling some sort of carriage, followed by a group of infantrymen. The strange, triangular-shaped canopy of netting on top of the tank is probably for camouflaging purposes...The soldiers in this photogr... more
Tankvagn för en häst vid Södertelge Verkstäder (Södertälje Verkstäder). Vagnen har spridannordning på tanken, men av annan typ än på bilderna D776 och D786.
Första världskriget: Av tyskarna erövade engelska kulsprutepansarvagnar. Till vänster patronremsor jämte fyllningsinredning. Ovanpå vagnen kulsprutor. Dessa vagnar begagnas till infanteriets understödjande och ... more
This photograph suggests how hardened some soldiers must have become to the suffering that was around them every day in World War I. In this picture the bodies of German soldiers are clearly visible, but none o... more
King George V visiting tank crews at the Front, in France, during World War I. In the photograph, King George V is on the right of the leading group of officers, in military uniform. Haig appears to be in the f... more
Originally called 'armoured cars, 'land ships or 'land battleships' and driven by Royal Navy crews, this photograph shows a tank on the battlefield. In the background can be seen infantry soldiers and horses. I... more
Sheds and the tanks they house, France. A long, open-fronted shed runs along the left side of the picture. It has a corrugated iron roof and supporting struts spaced to the width of the tank have been placed do... more