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Трофимов Павел Гаврилович (10.06.1882-?). Фельдфебель Л.-гв. Кексгольмского полка. Из крестьян Санкт-Петербургской губернии, Ямбургского уезда, Лужской волости, деревни Вистико.

Трофимов Павел Гаврилович (10.06.1882-?). Фельдфебель Л.-гв. Кексгольмского полка. Из крестьян Санкт-Петербургской губернии, Ямбургского уезда, Лужской волости, деревни Вистико.

Erich von Falkenhayn (1861-1922), chief of the German General Staff.

Erich von Falkenhayn (1861-1922), chief of the German General Staff.

■ Generaloberst Wilhelm Heye --- Pour le Mérite. During the First World War he served on both the East and Western fronts, eventually becoming the last chief of the operations department at the Oberste Heeresleitung (Supreme Army Command). After the end of the war he assisted Hans von Seeckt in organising the new Reichswehr.

■ Generaloberst Wilhelm Heye --- Pour le Mérite. During the First World War he served on both the East and Western fronts, eventually becoming the last chief of the operations department at the Oberste Heeresleitung (Supreme Army Command). After the end of the war he assisted Hans von Seeckt in organising the new Reichswehr.

Jean Henry Dunant, Humanitarian, Peace Worker + Originator Geneva Convention + Founder of the Red Cross 1828-1910

Jean Henry Dunant, Humanitarian, Peace Worker + Originator Geneva Convention + Founder of the Red Cross 1828-1910

Born May 8, 1828...Henry Dunant - Founder of the Red Cross

Born May 8, 1828...Henry Dunant - Founder of the Red Cross

War-weary Canadian soldiers at Passchendaele, 1917.

War-weary Canadian soldiers at Passchendaele, 1917.

Guillaume-Henri Dufour

Guillaume-Henri Dufour

Swiss Engineer and cartographer, Guillaume Henri Dufour, 1850.

Swiss Engineer and cartographer, Guillaume Henri Dufour, 1850.

Guillaume-Henri Dufour, Engineer and army officer who was elected four times to supreme command of the Swiss army. After studying in Geneva, at the École Polytechnique in Paris, and at the École du Génie...

Guillaume-Henri Dufour, Engineer and army officer who was elected four times to supreme command of the Swiss army. After studying in Geneva, at the École Polytechnique in Paris, and at the École du Génie...

WW1, 28 August 1916, Berlin: Falkenhayn sacked as Chief of General Staff, replaced by von Hindenburg. ––Australia in WW1 (@AustraliaWW1) | Twitter

WW1, 28 August 1916, Berlin: Falkenhayn sacked as Chief of General Staff, replaced by von Hindenburg. ––Australia in WW1 (@AustraliaWW1) | Twitter