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    Monument in Steenstrate, Belgium for the victims of the mustard gas attacks in WW1. In 1942 it was blown up by the Germans.

    German soldiers walking through poison gas. WWI.

    WWI German Landsturm Soldier in Namur, Belgium 1914

    WW1 trenches at Hill 62 and Sanctuary Wood Battle of Ypres taking place in Belgium

    English: Photo of the first air raid ever: a German Zeppelin bombarded the city of Antwerp [Belgium] in the night of 24 to 25 August 1914, at the beginning of the First World War. In the foreground the large cigar form of the challenged Zeppelin, in the background the burning city.

    The impressive Brooding Soldier, a Canadian monument to the first Gas attack, Ypres battlefield, Belgium.

    A Berlin crowd listens as a German officer reads the Kaiser's order for mobilisation on 1st August 1914. The following day, following the requirements of the Schlieffen Plan, Germany invaded Luxembourg and demanded free passage for its troops through Belgium in order to attack France.

    Arthur Percival Foley Rhys-Davids was a British fighter pilot in WW1. He trained during summer 1916 and joined 56 Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps. He quickly earned a reputation for a true aerial fighter; among his 27 kills were 2 German aces Menckhoff and Voss. Rhys-Davids and his plane disappeared on Oct 27, 1917, in the vicinity of Roeselare, Belgium, after the hot pursuit of a German fighter flight. He was 20. His remains have never been found.

    WW I Belgium

    An observation balloon about to ascend by Australian War Memorial collection, cas.awm.gov.au/.... Taken at the Western Front (Belgium), Ypres, 1917. #Photography #WW1

    German troops at the Belgian fort of Boncelles after its capitulation. German heavy weapons have done their job.

    SS POWs, Belgium

    The Great War. First World War: Man holding a heavy loaded bicycle in balance, two children and a large bundle of clothing on it, a woman and an other man helping. The children warmly dressed. Refugees from Antwerp. Belgium, 1914.

    WW-1 veteran in duty in World War 2, sitting at a war cemetery in Belgium. Many more unique pictures of German WW2 soldiers at WW1 sites on this site.

    Battle of the Bulge medic Don Rinella

    Winston Churchill Battle of Britain, WW II

    Young British soldier transporting shells, Messines, Belgium, 1917. - Found via Buzzfeed

    Ypres then and now … 11 November 1917: Soldiers stand at the ramparts in Ypres, Belgium, during the first world war. The town was reduced to ruins during the four years of the war as it held a strategic position on the route of the German advance into France, the Schlieffen Plan. December 2013: the scene today. In 1920, the decision was made to rebuild Ypres exactly as it was before the war with its medieval and renaissance architecture reconstructed and its remaining fortifications restored.

    Statue of the Slavery monument in Zanzibar Stone Town, Tanzania

    Battle of bulge: supplies moving through Bastogne.

    German soldier WW1