Two Vintage World War I Post Cards

Post Cards, Prints and Lithography
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A flock of fighting English tanks ready for action with American troops. France.” The Chicago Daily News. War Postal Card Department.

“Twelve-inch guns in action. Copyright A. Wilton.” 12-inch guns means the barrel is 12 inches in diameter. That’s big. To J. something Teter. Angelo Bettega.

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3 thoughts on “Two Vintage World War I Post Cards

  1. Those tanks look like such dinosaurs today, but I’m sure back then they were high-tech – like that late 70’s (early 80’s?) cell-phone they nicknamed “the brick”..

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