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French troops charge out of their trench early in the war, probably 1914.

French troops charge out of their trench early in the war, probably

WWI, May 1917; German soldiers surrendering. Bullecourt, France.

German soldiers surrendering, Bullecourt, France, World War I, British and Australian troops captured Bullecourt from the Germans in May 1917 during the Battle of Arras.

French soldiers with a Sauterelle. Circa 1915. http://wrhstol.com/2hFnRpX

Trench Mortars and Bomb Throwers Pictured - French troops with bomb-throwing ballista and basket of ammo. We have already seen, when given copious amounts of spare time and gunpowder, the makeshift bombs and grenades fashioned by soldiers in

World War I German Shock Troops, circa 1917. CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection

World War I German Shock Troops, Circa Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

World War I German Shock Troops, circa CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection. Note their stahlheim helmets. These were the original Stormtroopers

A German machine gun crew in a trench during the Battle of Tannenberg near the Masurian Lakes in East Prussia, August 1914.

ironeurope: “German Maschinengewehr 08 position on the eastern front, 1914 ”

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 184) Troops of the 2nd Canterbury Battalion, New Zealand Division, rest in a shell hole, Battle of Flers-Courcelette, 15 September 1916.

Troops of the Canterbury Battalion, New Zealand Division, rest in a shell hole, Battle of Flers-Courcelette, 15 September © IWM (Q

Historical reality: French soldiers at Verdun in 1916. Photographer Michael St Maur Sheil has taken images of the landscapes today which show signs of old battles

All quiet on the Western Front as haunting images of the Great War's battlefields are revealed before Remembrance Day

Historical reality: French soldiers at Verdun in Photographer Michael St Maur Sheil has taken images of the landscapes today which show signs of old battles

Australian troops amidst the devastation of war in Ypres after the Battle of Passchendaele (sometimes referred to as the Third Battle of Ypres), 1917

This photo shows the effects of the brutal combat evident in Word War It shows how devastating War truly is with the copious amounts or injuries and mental traumas being shown here.

German infantry confidently advancing to contact in France in late summer 1914

German infantry confidently advancing to contact in France in late summer 1914

WWI, August 1916; Soldiers of the Border Regiment resting in a front line trench, Thiepval Wood. -WW1 On This Day (@WW1IEPER1917) | Twitter

WWI, August Soldiers of the Border Regiment resting in a front line trench, Thiepval Wood.

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