Map of the Eastern Front, 1914.
Battle of Kolubara (1914.)
Battle of Cer (1914.)
Eastern Front, as of 1917.
Territory after Brest Litovsk.
Territory after Brest Litovsk (SVG file, in french)
Battle for Galicia. August-September 1914
Battle of Warsaw-Ivangorod. 1914
Battle of Łódź. November 1914.
Offensive of the Russian South-Western front (Brusilov offensive). 1916
Romanian front. 1916
Austro-Hungarian POWs in Russia, 1915
THE STAFF OF THE 5TH SIBERIAN CORPS. The last corps to leave Warsaw and one of the first in action on the southwestern front in the summer of 1916.
TYPICAL REFUGEES FROM THE BATTLE ZONE RELATING THEIR EXPERIENCES.
TYPES OF THE MEN WHO DEFENDED WARSAW TILL THE END.
TYPICAL REAR-GUARD TRENCHES IN THE GREAT RUSSIAN RETREAT: A SHELL BURST OVER THIS POSITION JUST AS THE PICTURE WAS TAKEN.
RUSSIAN WOUNDED GOING TO THE REAR. Motor ambulances are a rare luxury in Russia and the wounded are frequently two and three days in peasant's carts before they reach the railhead or base hospitals.
RUSSIAN TROOPS GOING TO THE FRONT: SUPPORTS FOR THE IMPERIAL GUARDS BEING HURRIED INTO THE FIGHTING LINE.
RUSSIAN TROOPS AWAITING A GERMAN ATTACK. This is a typical rear-guard trench, characteristic of the field fortifications of the great retreat.
RUSSIAN 8-INCH GUNS ADVANCING TO THE POSITIONS.
Russian prisoners and guns captured at Tannenberg
"A Bristling Forest of Bayonets. Russian Troops on Review."
The Russian battleship Slawa, crippled by German gunfire and sinking off Ösel, Baltic Sea, October 1917.
Siberian infantry troops during a rest in Warsaw 1914
Russian soldiers marching along a railway line. Summer 1914
Russian cossack in wwi inan early stage of the war
Female Russian hospital staff.
German troops entering Riga, September 3, 1917.
German officers in Riga during World War I