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Reference inspiration - Trooper Bert Main and Songster (the oldest horse to serve in in France Photo © Loughborough Carillon Tower and War Memorial Museum (This image is licensed under Creative Commons BY NC SA) World War One, First World, Work Horses, War Dogs, Memorial Museum, Horse Breeds, Military History, Wwi, Historical Photos

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Trooper Bert Main and Songster (the oldest horse to serve in WW1) in France 1915. Photo © Loughborough Carillon Tower and War Memorial Museum (This image is licensed under Creative Commons BY NC SA)

Post with 0 votes and 102 views. A German soldier and a British soldier sharing a smoke during a Christmas truce in the trenches (WWI) German Soldier, British Soldier, British Army, World War One, First World, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Random Pictures, Vintage Photos

Flickriver: aBernardo74's photos tagged with ww1

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World War One Photo: Cloth Hall in Ypres Belgium World War One, Second World, First World, One Photo, First Photo, Battle Of Ypres, Flanders Field, The Great, Military History

World War One Photo: Cloth Hall in Ypres

The scribbled handwriting names this photo ‘the cloth hall in Ypres.’ Haunting as a ghost of itself; reminiscent of Henry the VIII’s destruction of the abbeys- only a few walls remain. The space is…

Battle of the Somme, Troops among the ruins of Beaumont Hamel after its capture. World War One, First World, Beaumont Hamel, Ww1 Battles, Ww1 Photos, Battle Of The Somme, Canadian Soldiers, Black Watches, Bad Picture

Slaughter On The Somme - Legion Magazine

Mud-spattered and exhausted Canadian soldiers return from their trenches on the Somme, November 1916. PHOTO: WILLIAM IVOR CASTLE, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA—PA000832 On July 1, 1916, a largely volunteer British army attacked a well-trained and well-entrenched German force. It was the blackest day in British military history. By its end, more casualties had been suffered […]

The battle of Mons was a subsidiary action of the Battle of the Frontiers, in which the Allies clashed with Germany on the French borders. At Mons, the British Army attempted to hold the line of the Mons–Condé Canal against the advancing German Army. British Soldier, British Army, World War One, First World, First Battle Of Ypres, Ww1 Photos, Warring States Period, German Army, World History

Battle of Mons was the first battle of WW1 involving the British Army. The British troops can be seen using the Lee Enfield Short Magazine 3, and were capable of firing over 20 aimed shots per minute. The rate if fire was so great that the German Army believed that it was under fire from machine guns.

Major Wilson and Major Midgeley standing at the entrance of a sap, Gallipoli, Turkey. Photographed by an unknown photographer in 1915 World War, - Military personnel, New Zealand World War One, First World, Gallipoli Campaign, Lest We Forget, Military Personnel, Military History, Wwi, Armed Forces, First Photo

Major Wilson and Major Midgeley, Gallipoli, Turkey Mayor Wilson and Major Midgeley standing at the entrance of a sap, Gallipoli, Turkey. Photographed by an unknown photographer in 1915 World War, 1914-1918 - Military personnel, New Zealand

French troops in a captured German trench during the Battle of the Somme, July 1916 (colourized photograph) Ww1 History, Military History, Colorized History, World War One, First World, Schlacht An Der Somme, Ww1 Battles, Ww1 Photos, Ww1 Soldiers

French troops in a captured German trench during the Battle of the Somme, July 1916.