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This photograph shows American officers (left) and British officers (right) drinking beer with British nurses behind the lines in 1918. Because the American military did not issue alcohol to its troops, drinking behind the lines was the only option Doughboys had. Image Credit: National Library of Scotland Image (79) N.536

World War I, Part 3: The American Expeditionary Forces and Prohibition

British and American Officers enjoying a rest at a rest house in France well known to officers on active service

These Are the Brave and Fluffy Cats Who Served in World War I

These Are the Brave and Fluffy Cats Who Served in World War I

Regimental cat with gunner in trench near Cambrin, France, Feb. about cats served in trenches, killing rats and mice and detecting gas. From gallery of cats who served in WWI

Arriving at their destination

Troops, Westerns, Flats, Weather, Apartments, Western, Ballerinas, Flat Shoes

WWI • Canadian Army Medical Corps officer uniforms

Canadian Army Medical Corps WW1 uniform

A group of officers behind the lines including army Chaplin back right

WWI, 12 Sept 1917; British soldiers buying food from children in the market-place at Cassel. © IWM (Q 2880)

WWI, 12 Sept British soldiers buying food from children in the market-place at Cassel. © IWM (Q

Some of the men that took part

Zulu, Africans, Zulu Language

Clothing is being issued by the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) from a Nissen hut damaged by an air raid at Abbeville, 22 May 1918. Photographer: Lieutenant John Warwick Brooke. IWM Q 7885.

Clothing is being issued by the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) from a Nissen hut damaged by an air raid at Abbeville, 22 May Photographer: Lieutenant John Warwick Brooke.

Some of the Canadians who are working at the Front

Lumberjack Man, The Canadian, The Front

Richard van Emden offers vivid impression of what it was like to serve in the Somme.

RARE photos taken on secret cameras during the horrific Battle of the Somme show soldiers relaxing, smiling and joking despite the horrors of war unfolding around them.

WWI, Samogneux, German prisoners of war.

WWI, Samogneux, German prisoners of war.

Members of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry outside one of their huts by National Library of Scotland, via Flickr

Members of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry outside one of their huts by National Library of Scotland, via Flickr

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