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List talleiv_son_of_bread's Instagram Drew this quickly today because what I'm listening to dictates what I draw. Needless to say I'm never listening to "heavy dubstep" again because A) ow my ears B) IT'S JUST BLRLRLBLRBLRBLR WUB WUB WUB AAHHHHHHHHHHHH
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Drew this quickly today because what I'm listening to dictates what I draw. Needless to say I'm never listening to "heavy dubstep" again because A) ow my ears B) IT'S JUST BLRLRLBLRBLRBLR WUB WUB WUB AAHHHHHHHHHHHH #art #arty #art🎨 #artwork #artist #digitalpainting #nolife #skull #ww1 #smoking #dark #death #apocalypse #binovart@binnovart_

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List fluffysgrooming's Instagram #didyouknow? Terriers were used in WW1 as "ratters". They were in the trenches with the troops to hunt and kill rats. -
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#didyouknow? Terriers were used in WW1 as "ratters". They were in the trenches with the troops to hunt and kill rats. - . . . #animalhistory #dogsinww1 #WW1 #historygeek #thingsyoudidntlearninhistoryclass #terrier #terriersofinstagram #instaterriers #warhistory

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List theworldwars's Instagram Frenchies keeping an eye out from the rubble of Fort Douaumont with an acquired German MG08 in 1916. One of two known photos of these men at Verdun.| New to the page? Head to #LifeAtVerdun to read over all 13 installments and many spinoff posts of my official series on the Battle of Verdun, which I ran most of last year to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the battle. 1434481827401465544_1434990362

Frenchies keeping an eye out from the rubble of Fort Douaumont with an acquired German MG08 in 1916. One of two known photos of these men at Verdun.| New to the page? Head to #lifeatverdunto read over all 13 installments and many spinoff posts of my official series on the Battle of Verdun, which I ran most of last year to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the battle.

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List anna_francesca_b's Instagram This photo was taken from the inside of a WWI trench in Italy. Even in times of hate and fighting, there is always something beautiful on the other side. You just have have to look for it. #ww1 #trench #history #europe #italy 1434478685407007986_1552316162

This photo was taken from the inside of a WWI trench in Italy. Even in times of hate and fighting, there is always something beautiful on the other side. You just have have to look for it. #ww1 #trench #history #europe #italy

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List alexread626's Instagram Just waiting for the Mark IV tank to drive through the gas cloud...
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Just waiting for the Mark IV tank to drive through the gas cloud... . #bf1 #battlefield1 #guns #airsoft #ww1 #worldwar1 #memes #cosplay #funnycosplay #bayonet #germany #funnyshit #german #gas #grenade

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List alexread626's Instagram When you finally find the guy who's been throwing gas grenades in BF1
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When you finally find the guy who's been throwing gas grenades in BF1 . #bf1 #battlefield1 #guns #airsoft #ww1 #worldwar1 #memes #cosplay #funnycosplay #bayonet #germany #funnyshit #german #gas

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List historysa's Instagram The gems to be discovered in colleagues' offices!
Meeting this morning to discuss possible event for the future (more later) and a discussion about First World War poetry brought out this gem. Printed on 'bad' paper due to paper shortages at the time this edition is from 1919 and was part of the travelling library of the Institutes of South Australia. The compilation of poetry is by Edward Dyson, an Australian journalist who also wrote plays and short stories. The publication also includes a small collection of wartime cartoons. 1434471325753372269_42828627

The gems to be discovered in colleagues' offices! Meeting this morning to discuss possible event for the future (more later) and a discussion about First World War poetry brought out this gem. Printed on 'bad' paper due to paper shortages at the time this edition is from 1919 and was part of the travelling library of the Institutes of South Australia. The compilation of poetry is by Edward Dyson, an Australian journalist who also wrote plays and short stories. The publication also includes a small collection of wartime cartoons.

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List 44jwomack's Instagram 1917-2017 #watchmaker #antiques #ww1 1434466322435983513_2166283827

1917-2017 #watchmaker #antiques #ww1

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List achillesrecon's Instagram FT-17 on Giant's Shadow.
#Battlefield1 Spectator Mode.
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FT-17 on Giant's Shadow. #battlefield1Spectator Mode. __________________________________________________ #battlefield #battlefield1 #battlefield3 #battlefield4 #battlefieldhardline #battlefieldone #bf1 #bf3 #bf4 #ea #battlefeel #onlyinbattlefield #ps4 #playstation4 #xboxone #xbox1 #pc #gaming #WW1 @battlefield @ea @ea.dice

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List the_ironbrigade's Instagram Hand painted world war 1 #ww1 #doughboys 1434458333192145874_1986263735

Hand painted world war 1 #ww1 #doughboys

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List warships_of_ijn's Instagram (Part 3)
On 25th October 1944, during thr Battle of Samar, Kongō as part of Admiral Kurita's Centre Force engaged the US's 7th fleet's "Taffy 3". She scored hits on escort carrier Gambier Bay as well as destroyers Hoel and Heermann. At 09:12, Kongō sank the destroyer escort Samuel B. Roberts. Following the loss of 3 heavy cruisers, Admiral Kurita retreated.
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On 16th November 1944, Kongō, Yamato, Nagato and the rest of the First Fleet departed Brunei for Kure in preparartion for major fleet reorganisations and battle repairs. Shortly after midnight on 21st November, at the Formosa Strait, submarine USS Sealion made radar contact with the fleet at 40,000m. At 02:45, Sealion fired 6 bow torpedoes at Kongō and 3 stern torpedoes at Nagato 15 minutes later. 2 torpedoes hit Kongō on port side and another sank the destroyer Urakaze. The torpedoes flooded two boiler rooms but Kongō was able to make 16 knots. By 05:00 she had slowed to 11 knots and was given permission to break off and head to the port of Keelung in Formosa with destroyers Hamakaze and Isokaze as escorts. Within 15 minutes of detatching from the fleet,  Kongō was listing 45 degrees and flooding uncontrollably. At 05:18 Kongō lost all her power and the crew was ordered to abandon ship. At 05:24, Kongō's forward magazine exploded and she quickly sank along with 1,200 of her crew. Hamakaze and Isokaze rescued 237 survivors. 1434457506008179959_4491595723

(Part 3) On 25th October 1944, during thr Battle of Samar, Kongō as part of Admiral Kurita's Centre Force engaged the US's 7th fleet's "Taffy 3". She scored hits on escort carrier Gambier Bay as well as destroyers Hoel and Heermann. At 09:12, Kongō sank the destroyer escort Samuel B. Roberts. Following the loss of 3 heavy cruisers, Admiral Kurita retreated. __________________ On 16th November 1944, Kongō, Yamato, Nagato and the rest of the First Fleet departed Brunei for Kure in preparartion for major fleet reorganisations and battle repairs. Shortly after midnight on 21st November, at the Formosa Strait, submarine USS Sealion made radar contact with the fleet at 40,000m. At 02:45, Sealion fired 6 bow torpedoes at Kongō and 3 stern torpedoes at Nagato 15 minutes later. 2 torpedoes hit Kongō on port side and another sank the destroyer Urakaze. The torpedoes flooded two boiler rooms but Kongō was able to make 16 knots. By 05:00 she had slowed to 11 knots and was given permission to break off and head to the port of Keelung in Formosa with destroyers Hamakaze and Isokaze as escorts. Within 15 minutes of detatching from the fleet, Kongō was listing 45 degrees and flooding uncontrollably. At 05:18 Kongō lost all her power and the crew was ordered to abandon ship. At 05:24, Kongō's forward magazine exploded and she quickly sank along with 1,200 of her crew. Hamakaze and Isokaze rescued 237 survivors.

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List warships_of_ijn's Instagram (Part2) 
12 days after she was completed and commissioned, Kongō departed from Portsmouth to Japan. She was placed in the first reserve. When Japan declared war Germany on 23rd August 1914, Kongō was deployed to patrol along the sea lines of communication of the German empire. In october, Kongō and her sister ship Hiei sortied off the Chinese coast to support the Japanese army during the siege of Tsingtao. After the Battle of the Falkland Islands, there was little need for IJN operations in the Pacific as Germany forces was defeated by the Royal Navy. Kongō spent the rest of WW I at sasebo or on patrol off the coast of China. After the war, Kongō was placed in the second reserve.
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On 1st December 1931, 2 months after Japan invaded Manchuria, Kongō was assigned to the First Battleship Division and designated the Flagship of the Combined Fleet. After intensive modifications, Kongō was reclassified as a Fast Battleship.
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On 29th November 1941, Kongō and her sister ship Haruna departed from Hashirajima fleet anchorage to begin the Pacific War as part of the Southern Force's main body. When the Prince of Wales and Repulse was sunk by Japanese aircrafts, Kongō's battle group withdrew from Malayan waters. During the Battle of Midway, Kongō and Hiei sortied with 5 Heavy cruisers as part of Admiral Nobutake Kondō's invasion force. Following the loss of Aircraft Carriers Akagi, Kaga, Souryuu and Hiryuu, the force withdrew to Japan. To protect Japan's transports from enemy air attacks, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto sent Kongō and Haruna escorted by a light cruiser and 9 destroyers to bombard American air base at Henderson Field. On 15th November, after Hiei and Kirishima was sunk during the Battle of Guadalcanal, the Third Battleship Division returned to Truk and saw no major combat action until 1944.
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(Part2) 12 days after she was completed and commissioned, Kongō departed from Portsmouth to Japan. She was placed in the first reserve. When Japan declared war Germany on 23rd August 1914, Kongō was deployed to patrol along the sea lines of communication of the German empire. In october, Kongō and her sister ship Hiei sortied off the Chinese coast to support the Japanese army during the siege of Tsingtao. After the Battle of the Falkland Islands, there was little need for IJN operations in the Pacific as Germany forces was defeated by the Royal Navy. Kongō spent the rest of WW I at sasebo or on patrol off the coast of China. After the war, Kongō was placed in the second reserve. ____________________ On 1st December 1931, 2 months after Japan invaded Manchuria, Kongō was assigned to the First Battleship Division and designated the Flagship of the Combined Fleet. After intensive modifications, Kongō was reclassified as a Fast Battleship. ____________________ On 29th November 1941, Kongō and her sister ship Haruna departed from Hashirajima fleet anchorage to begin the Pacific War as part of the Southern Force's main body. When the Prince of Wales and Repulse was sunk by Japanese aircrafts, Kongō's battle group withdrew from Malayan waters. During the Battle of Midway, Kongō and Hiei sortied with 5 Heavy cruisers as part of Admiral Nobutake Kondō's invasion force. Following the loss of Aircraft Carriers Akagi, Kaga, Souryuu and Hiryuu, the force withdrew to Japan. To protect Japan's transports from enemy air attacks, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto sent Kongō and Haruna escorted by a light cruiser and 9 destroyers to bombard American air base at Henderson Field. On 15th November, after Hiei and Kirishima was sunk during the Battle of Guadalcanal, the Third Battleship Division returned to Truk and saw no major combat action until 1944. ______________________ To be continued in next post.

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List mjlmilitaria's Instagram A photo that @lawts94 would appreciate. Me firing the M1 Garand. A beautiful gun and well maintained 1434455976472614654_4502930324

A photo that @lawts94 would appreciate. Me firing the M1 Garand. A beautiful gun and well maintained

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