Paris, 6 août 1914. Soldiers of the 5th Infantry Regiment ("Fearless Navarre") It is part of the 12th Infantry Brigade, 6th Infantry Division, 3rd Army Corps., waiting to depart from Paris to the Western Front. 6th August 1914. The 5th Regiments first action was at the Battle of Charleroi, 21st-24th August 1914. (Colorised by Luc Heinrich from France)

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Tree Trunk Observation Post - A German observation post camouflaged as a tree trunk on the Arras-Lens road. These tree trunk positions were not common; more often forward observers watched the enemy lines from the relative safety of the trenches. CWM 19920085-829

Tree Trunk Observation Post

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A soldier offers a helping hand to another as he carries a wounded comrade across a trench at the Battle of Ginchy

How First World War poetry painted a truer picture

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Men of the R.G.A. Wearing gas masks and operating a Fullerphone in a shell hole, forward signal post. | First World War Poetry Digital Archive

Men of the R.G.A. | First World War Poetry Digital Archive

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British Army Gurkhas training with hand grenades in a trench near Merville, France, July 26, 1915. By Charles Hilton De Witt Girdwood. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1e/1-1_Gurkha_bombing_party_practising_bombing_in_a_trench_with_live_bombs_%28Photo_24-148%29.jpg

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Wounded British POWs fill a first aid station in a church, 1916. http://i.imgur.com/gfBybNV.jpg

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Autochrome of French soldiers in an artillery observation post near Conchy-les-Pots, 1915. http://i.imgur.com/84wHlVr.jpg

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French soldiers in a trench under attack in Souain, France, September 1915. http://i.imgur.com/zhQ6tgG.jpg

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A Daimler Chassis Used for an Army Vehicle in the First World War c1914

Ww1 Pictures And Photos

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Destroyed buildings of Arras, France, WW1

Ww1 Pictures And Photos

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Soldiers in Trenches, WWI, France

Ww1 Pictures And Photos

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British troops in a captured trench, Hindenburg Line, France, 1917-1918. The Hindenburg Line was a vast system of defences built on the Western Front by the Germans in the winter of 1916 - 1917. It extended from Lens in the north to beyond Verdun. British and Newfoundland forces using tanks broke through the line at Cambrai in 1917, and was breached in several places in Sept 1918 during the Allied Hundred Days Offensive. Stereoscopic card detail.

Weapons World War One Pictures And Photos

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Trench warfare on the Hindenburg Line, Bellicourt, France, 1917 - 1918.

Weapons World War One Pictures And Photos

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Before bomb pilots dropped these steel arrows on the enemy. - http://www.facebook.com/viralpx

War Without Mercy

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US Marines in action at the battle of Belleau Wood, June 1918. Gurney Journey: Sergeant Tom Lovell, USMC

Sergeant Tom Lovell, USMC

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Painting of battle in the trenches of world war 1

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Carte Postale Postcard 1914-1918 Dessin de soldats Allemands dans les tranchées Drawing German soldiers in the trenches | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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François Flameng - Tranchée allemande de première ligne (German Frontline Trench), c1915-18.

I died in hell – They called it Passchendaele

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Epernay, Marne, a little girl offering flowers to Clémenceau during an inspection of Senegalese troops. July 1918.

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Soldat français, la Première Guerre mondiale.

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Manfred von Richthofen (1892 – 1918), also widely known as the Red Baron, was a German fighter pilot with the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte) during World War I. He is considered the top ace of that war, being officially credited with 80 air combat victories.

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Mars 1916, Floquet. Un soldat malade dans le poste secours de Frantz Adam, un des rares clichés illustrant, lointainement, sa pratique médicale.

« Ce que j’ai vu de la Grande Guerre », photographies de Frantz Adam

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Once Upon a Time in War : Photo

Once Upon a Time in War : Photo

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Juillet 1917, Aisne. Deux jeunes soldats français tués. Une composition experte et sensible, avec un jeu de lignes horizontales et verticales.

« Ce que j’ai vu de la Grande Guerre », photographies de Frantz Adam

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