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WWI, 11 Nov 1916: "Come on or come out! This is the Allied soldiers' cry, to the Germans in their vast system of dug-outs." -The World's News, Sydney

WWI, 11 Nov "Come on or come out! This is the Allied soldiers' cry, to the Germans in their vast system of dug-outs." -The World's News, Sydney

The Battle of Verdunwas fought from 21 February – 18 December 1916 during the First World War on the Western Front between the German and French armies, on hills north of Verdun-sur-Meuse in north-eastern France. The German Fifth Army attacked the defences of the Région Fortifiée de Verdun (RFV) and the Second Army on the right bank of the Meuse, intending rapidly to capture the Côtes de Meuse (Meuse Heights) from which Verdun could be overlooked and bombarded with observed artillery-fire.

German The Battle of Verdunwas, the Germans attacking French positions.

German infantryman on the Western Front, 1916.

Deutscher Soldat - Westfront 1916 Schlacht an der Somme

A perfectly preserved WW1 German trench that was buried upon impact of a bomb, and remained undiscovered until recently. Great read with some awesome pictures.

The 'Pompeii' of the Western Front: Archaeologists find the bodies of 21 tragic World War One German soldiers in perfectly preserved trenches where they were buried alive by an Allied shell

A perfectly preserved WWI German trench that was buried upon impact of a bomb, and remained undiscovered until recently. Great read with some awesome pictures.

WWI, 28 Sept 1917, The Sun, NY; "Von Ludendorff state Zonnebeke lost by the Germans"

WWI, 28 Sept 1917, The Sun, NY; "Von Ludendorff state Zonnebeke lost by the Germans"

WWI, 2 Oct 1917;"British public insisting on knowing why British air forces cannot likewise give equal measure to the Germans" - The Washington Times

WWI, 2 Oct 1917;"British public insisting on knowing why British air forces cannot likewise give equal measure to the Germans" - The Washington Times

Flanders Field, 1917. I have no words to describe how this photograph makes me feel.

The wounded helping the dying in Flanders Field, 1917 (WWI)

Twenty-one German soldiers entombed in a perfectly preserved World War One shelter have been discovered 94 years after they were killed.

German soldiers preserved in World War I shelter discovered after nearly 100 years

German soldiers preserved in World War I shelter discovered after nearly 100 years Twenty-one German soldiers entombed in a perfectly preserved World War One shelter have been discovered 94 years after they were killed.

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