Ix. 43 – Lewis Gun

The Lewis Gun was a light machine gun that was used extensively by the British Army during World War I and in the early stages of World War II. It was known for its distinctive drum magazine.

Iron Cross

A German military decoration awarded for bravery in combat, particularly during World War I and World War II. The Iron Cross was highly prestigious and came in various classes, with the Knight’s Cross being the highest honor. It served as a symbol of German military valor and was awarded to soldiers of all ranks.

Immelmann Turn

A maneuver in aerial combat where a pilot performs a half-roll and then pulls up into a climb, allowing them to attack their opponent from above. Named after German World War I ace, Max Immelmann.

Hn. 27: Hm. 28: Hansa-Brandenburg C.I

A German reconnaissance seaplane used by the Austro-Hungarian Navy during World War I. It was known for its maneuverability and its ability to operate in shallow water.

Hn. 29: Hansa-Brandenburg W.12

A German reconnaissance seaplane used by the Austro-Hungarian Navy during World War I. It was known for its maneuverability and its ability to operate in shallow water.

Hn. 2: Hansa-Brandenburg W.20

A German reconnaissance seaplane used by the Austro-Hungarian Navy during World War I and later by the German Navy in World War II. It was known for its maneuverability and its ability to operate in shallow water.

Hindenburg Line

A heavily fortified defensive line constructed by the German Army on the Western Front during World War I. It was a key obstacle for the Allied forces to overcome.

Hansa-Brandenburg W.29

A German reconnaissance seaplane used extensively during World War I and in the early stages of World War II, known for its speed and maneuverability.

Gouraud, Henri

A French general who played a significant role in the Allied victory during World War I. He commanded French forces in the Battle of Verdun and the Battle of the Marne and was known for his tactical brilliance and leadership.