in the olden days, they didn't have photoshop

Someone's collected a sweet archive of shots by English photographer Arthur S Mole, and American colleague John D Thomas who created these massive human assemblies/sculptures/party of soldiers.

They served as inspirational images, and were produced during World War I and World War II. A Hawaiian division is pictured above. Thanks, Devon!

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