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Giant crossbow, 1480-1485 (1954). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Giant crossbow, 1480-1485 (1954). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
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Entrance to a Sap along the French Front, First World War, 1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
Entrance to a Sap along the French Front, First World War, 1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
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H.E. Dr. Lauro Severiano Muller. Minister for Foreign Affairs, 1914
H.E. Dr. Lauro Severiano Muller. Minister for Foreign Affairs, 1914
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Mine crater at La Boiselle, the Somme, France, World War I, c1916-c1918
Mine crater at La Boiselle, the Somme, France, World War I, c1916-c1918
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Sappers and miners at work, Ypres salient, Belgium, World War I, c1915-c1917
Sappers and miners at work, Ypres salient, Belgium, World War I, c1915-c1917
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Machine gun section and infantry crossing a pontoon bridge, World War I, 1914-1918
Machine gun section and infantry crossing a pontoon bridge, World War I, 1914-1918
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Mining at Messines Ridge, Belgium, World War I, 1914-1918
Mining at Messines Ridge, Belgium, World War I, 1914-1918
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Engineers clearing a destroyed tank from a road, World War I, 1917-1918
Engineers clearing a destroyed tank from a road, World War I, 1917-1918
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Andre Maginot, French military engineer, 1929
Andre Maginot, French military engineer, 1929
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Menno van Coehoorn, Dutch soldier and military engineer, at the Siege of Namur, 1692
Menno van Coehoorn, Dutch soldier and military engineer, at the Siege of Namur, 1692
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Pontoon bridge across the Modder River, Boer War, South Africa, 1900
Pontoon bridge across the Modder River, Boer War, South Africa, 1900
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Experiments with Captain Fowkes pontoon bridge on the Serpentine, Hyde Park, London, 1860
Experiments with Captain Fowkes pontoon bridge on the Serpentine, Hyde Park, London, 1860
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Sappers and miners at work, Ypres salient, Belgium, World War I, c1915-c1917. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers Featured Print

Sappers and miners at work, Ypres salient, Belgium, World War I, c1915-c1917. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers

Sappers and miners at work, Ypres salient, Belgium, World War I, c1915-c1917. Digging a tunnel under Hill 60. Hill 60 was a strategically important high point on the southern edge of the Ypres salient that had been captured by the Germans in 1914 as they advanced towards the sea. The Germans were dislodged from the hill in April 1915 after British engineers detonated exposives placed in tunnels dug into the hill, but recaptured it following a gas attack the following month. Australian troops took over mining operations at Hill 60 in November 1916 and on 7 June 1917, at the beginning of the Battle of Messines, they set off 450, 000 kg of explosives in 19 tunnels. A large part of the hill was destroyed and 10, 000 Germans killed in their trenches in an explosion that was said to have been heard and felt as far away as London and even Dublin. Stereoscopic card. Detail

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Designs for a fortress, 1500-1505 (1954).Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Designs for a fortress, 1500-1505 (1954).Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
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Design for a parabolic swing bridge, 1480-1490 (1954).Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Design for a parabolic swing bridge, 1480-1490 (1954).Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
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Cannon foundry, 1487 (1954).Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Cannon foundry, 1487 (1954).Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
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Gate of the Citadel, Plymouth, Devon, 1924-1926
Gate of the Citadel, Plymouth, Devon, 1924-1926
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French sappers laying mines, France, First World War, 1914
French sappers laying mines, France, First World War, 1914
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Great Wall of China, near Hankow Pass, China, c1900s.Artist: Keystone
Great Wall of China, near Hankow Pass, China, c1900s.Artist: Keystone
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Sebastian le Prestre de Vauban, French military engineer, (1836)
Sebastian le Prestre de Vauban, French military engineer, (1836)
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John Gray Foster, Union Army general, 1862-1867.Artist: J Rogers
John Gray Foster, Union Army general, 1862-1867.Artist: J Rogers
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A French sapper digging a tunnel to place a mine under the enemy lines, France, 1915
A French sapper digging a tunnel to place a mine under the enemy lines, France, 1915
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Fench sappers in gas masks re-laying telephone lines after a bombardment, 1918
Fench sappers in gas masks re-laying telephone lines after a bombardment, 1918
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Siege of Chartres, French Religious Wars, 1568 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Siege of Chartres, French Religious Wars, 1568 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
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Entrance to the Maginot barracks, Maginot Line, France, c1935-1940
Entrance to the Maginot barracks, Maginot Line, France, c1935-1940
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A French sapper digging a tunnel to place a mine under the enemy lines, France, 1915 Featured Print

A French sapper digging a tunnel to place a mine under the enemy lines, France, 1915

A French sapper digging a tunnel to place a mine under the enemy lines, France, 1915. The placing of huge explosive mines in tunnels beneath enemy trenches became a common tactic on the Western Front during World War I. The work was difficult, dangerous and claustrophobic, with the risk of cave-ins and of encountering enemy tunnellers, leading to hand to hand fighting underground. British sappers spent two years placing 21 mines beneath the German lines at Messines Ridge near Ypres. At the opening of the Third Battle of Ypres (Paschendaele) in 1917 the mines were simultaneously detonated (only 19 exploded - one remains unaccounted for and theoretically still live today) causing 10, 000 German casualties

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Telegraph construction camp during the American Civil War, 1861-1865
Telegraph construction camp during the American Civil War, 1861-1865
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Designs of fortifications, 1764
Designs of fortifications, 1764
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Star Fort defended by a moat coming under siege, 1617-1619
Star Fort defended by a moat coming under siege, 1617-1619
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Fortifications, c1880
Fortifications, c1880
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Siege warfare, c1800
Siege warfare, c1800
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Various forms of siege equipment, including battering rams, 1547
Various forms of siege equipment, including battering rams, 1547
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Roman siege warfare, 1605
Roman siege warfare, 1605
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Wheeled siege towers and bridges, 13th century (18th century)
Wheeled siege towers and bridges, 13th century (18th century)
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Julius Caesars siege of Marseilles, 49 BC (18th century)
Julius Caesars siege of Marseilles, 49 BC (18th century)
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Design for an encampment outside a besieged fortress, 1617-1619
Design for an encampment outside a besieged fortress, 1617-1619
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Uniform of military sapper-firemen, France, 1823. Artist: Charles Etienne Pierre Motte
Uniform of military sapper-firemen, France, 1823. Artist: Charles Etienne Pierre Motte
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Bernard Forest Belidor (1693-c1761), French military and civil engineer, 1737
Bernard Forest Belidor (1693-c1761), French military and civil engineer, 1737
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Wheeled siege towers and bridges, 13th century (18th century) Featured Print

Wheeled siege towers and bridges, 13th century (18th century)

Wheeled siege towers and bridges, 13th century (18th century). Siege equipment of the type used by Frederick II of Germany, Holy Roman Emperor, for his successful siege of Jerusalem (1229), which ended the 6th Crusade and led to a 10 year truce

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Front cover of Le Pays de France, 9 September 1915
Front cover of Le Pays de France, 9 September 1915
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Air filters, Maginot Line, France, 1939
Air filters, Maginot Line, France, 1939
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Electric light plant, Maginot Line, France, 1939
Electric light plant, Maginot Line, France, 1939
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