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1909 De Dion Bouton Tourer
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walzerjahrhundert · 11 months
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De Dion Bouton
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1901
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pazzesco · 7 months
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1901 De Dion Bouton Motorette Chassis no. 126 Engine no. 2822
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frenchcurious · 6 months
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Affiche De Dion-Bouton. - source Moto Vitelloni - Wheels n' wings.
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debrink · 2 years
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De Dion-Bouton
Cycles et Motos
~ Felix Fournery, circa 1920’s
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blackswaneuroparedux · 11 months
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Inspiration is an awakening, a quickening of all man's faculties, and it is manifested in all high artistic achievements.
- Giacomo Puccini
Puccini in the driver's seat of his first car in 1902. His car was made by the French auto manufacturer De Dion-Bouton. This two-speed manual transmission vehicle wasn't very swift; a trip from Paris to Bordeaux (363 miles) would take four(!) days, the car averaging around 12 miles per hour.
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Captured French Autocanon de Dion-Bouton, armed with a 75mm gun.
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pwlanier · 1 year
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Koshkin N.I. De Dion-Bouton. Original illustration for the magazine "Knowledge-Sile", 1977. Paper, ink, watercolor. Sheet 26x32.8 cm. Signature in the lower right corner.
Nikolai Ivanovich Koshkin (born in 1947) He studied at the art studio at the Palace of Pioneers of Volokolamsk (1961-66), VTUZ (1967-69). He worked as an illustrator in various publishing houses and magazines in Moscow, in 1974-2001 - at the Soyuzmultfilm film studio. He also collaborated with Kievnauchfilm, Multelefilm, Reneshans studios, etc. He worked mainly with director V.I. Tarasov.
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publicite-francaise · 2 years
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Coupé 3/4 , 15 Chevaux , 4 Cylindres de Dion-Bouton à Puteaux, Hauts-de-Seine.
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if-you-fan-a-fire · 7 years
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Hanoi - 60 days and nights to die / Hà Nội 60 ngày đêm quyết tử
Colourized photos from the Viet Minh & People’s Army of Vietnam defense of Hanoi against the Corps Expéditionnaire Français from 19 December 1946 – 18 February 1947. The captions are translated from Vietnamese and I did not write the original content.
1) Soldiers of the National Guard fighting in the streets of Hanoi. The graffiti on the wall reads: “En avant brave soldats Vietnamiens.” Source.
2) The 75mm artillery battery of the Capital Artillery Company at the Hanoi front in December 1946. The equipment of this battery is the cannon pedestal which was separated from the French Mle 1913 anti-aircraft vehicle (using the barrel of the 75mm Mle 1897 field cannon mounted on the De Dion-Bouton truck) obtained from captured French supplies after the August Revolution in 1945.
Photographer: Nguyen Ba Kien. Source.
3) The machine-gun group of the Viet Quoc Doan at the Battle of Hang Chieu. Source.
4) Self-Defense Forces outside Hanoi fight to protect the capital. Note how few have rifles or firearms. Source.
5) Two soldiers of the National Guard fighting on the front lines in Hanoi, December 1946. They are using 8mm Lebel Mle 1886/93 rifles, one of which has a 46mm Viven-Bessières grenade launcher. The writing on the wall reads “Vive la Paix Mondiale!”
Author: Nguyen Ba Khoan. Source.
6) A 37mm cannon of soldiers defending Hanoi preparing to fire at the French position on Yen Phu dike, January 1947. Source.
7) Anti-vehicle barriers in Bach Mai area, Hanoi in December 1946.
Author: Nguyen Ba Khoan. Source.
8) Improvised barricades made up of chairs, desks, and other furniture, manned by National Guard soldiers, on Hang Bai Street, Hanoi, late February 1947. Source.
9) A somewhat staged looking photo of a self-defense unit crawling onto a roof during the Battle of Hanoi. Source.
10) The Commanding Committee of the Capital Regiment meet to discuss the plan to withdraw troops from Hanoi, on January 13, 1947. Source.
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1899 De Dion Bouton Tricycle
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walzerjahrhundert · 11 months
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De Dion-Bouton
type L vis-à-vis
1902
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frenchcurious · 7 months
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Affiche De Dion Bouton source Gonta Garage.
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debrink · 2 years
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De Dion-Bouton
Cycles
~ Eugène Ogé (1861-1936)
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