The Minister of Defence of Hungary (sometimes called 'Honvedminister') from 1910 to 1917, Baron Samu Hazai, in a barbed wire covered trench near Sosnow on the Strypa, during a visit to the front in the winter of 1915-1916.
A beautiful bird of prey sits on a pole in a trench of the Austro-Hungarian Infantry Regiment No.88 in Galicia, 1915.
An Austro-Hungarian sentry inside an ice tunnel on the same Lanzenkopf on the Alpine Front, 25 April 1917. The soldier is wearing a snow coat and a white cloth cover for his field cap for camouflage.
An Austro-Hungarian soldier in a listening post in a trench on the Eastern Front, 1917. Note the 'Ersatz' (replacement) bayonet fixed to his Mannlicher M.1895 rifle. It consisted of little more than a twisted peace of steel with its end pointed.
Coastal defense: An Austro-Hungarian anti-aircraft machine gun position on the Adriatic Coast.
380mm Mortar Barbara at Costa Alta May 1916.
24 cm Kanone M. 16 Italian Front 1917
A tablecloth and fresh flowers in the vase - Life goes on in the trench garden of Hauptmann Arpad Kattauer of the 14th Field Company of the Austro-Hungarian K.u.K Infantry Regiment No.35 near Pokropivna, 1 June 1916.
Captured artillery at Udine station, November 27th, 1917.
Dante's monument in Trento, 1917.
Austro-Hungarian troops operate a Schwarzlose M.07/12 machine gun on an air defense mount in front of Fort Cima di Vezzena, May 1916. This fort was built atop the mountain of the same name and overlooked the Sugana Valley.
Austro-Hungarian cavalrymen in a trench near Sinkow (Synkiv) on the Eastern Front, 1916. By this point, the majority of Austria-Hungary's cavalry units fought dismounted as regular infantry.
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