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Dismembered Soldiers WWI | Facial Injuries

WWI British Officer Tunic/kit

UK WWI visors

Battle of the Lys. Wounded men of the 51st Division marching back from the trenches; Bethune. April 7-28, 1918.

Recruitment and enlistment in Britain, 1914-1918.

A munitions worker filling a shell at the National Filling Factory at Banbury, England

"They make desolation and call it peace," Tacitus. The dead in the trenches during the Battle of Somme

James Dawson a regular soldier who enlisted into The Black Watch before the outbreak of the First World War. He held the appointment of “Piper.” He earned his entitlement to the clasp for 1914 Star. On 11 December 1918, he was awarded the Military Medal “for Bravery in the Field.”

Seaforth Highlanders, First World War

Australian troops moving up the line near to Hooge by the Menin Road near Ypres, 5th October 1917.

Two Highlanders at the entrance to their shelter during a rest period. They are wearing their winter leather jackets. North of Mametz Wood, October 1916.

Men of the 14th (County of London) Battalion, London Regiment (London Scottish) at bayonet drill on 10 November 1914.

Benefit to Aid War Horses

Trench model

World War I

British troops in a cloud of gas. WW1

Sugar rations, WWI - America

The Gallipoli Withdrawal, 1916 (This may be the coolest map I've seen all year)

Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for “Winnie the Pooh”, is seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourn when she was the unofficial mascot of a Canadian cavalry regiment in 1914.

London, 1916 wonder working women

English soldier watches the no man’s land. Somme 1916.

an injured WWI Soldier receiving first aid in the trenches.

A waterlogged trench on the Western front, a common sight. WW1

How to build trenches under fire (CNP) WW1

T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia"), British liaison with Arab tribes during World War I.