Pictures from the Great War
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Cross-section of a front-line trench
Arrival in France (Etaples)
British wiring party near Arras
A soldier uses a box periscope to look at No-Man's-Land.
Hill 60, a few miles from Ypres in 1915, a German stronghold - Peter Savelkoul
Artillery stuck in the mud in Flanders
No-Man's-Land at Passchen-daele in 1917
Officers walking through a flooded communication trench
British boy soldier in the Great War
Young German recruits
Over the top in gas and smoke
A Blighty case at Passchendaele
Tending the wounded at a dressing station at Monchy
A British Army chaplain takes the personal belongings from the bodies of the fallen.
French soldiers collect their dead and wounded.
After the attack
The standard form sent by the British War Office to next of kin to notify them of the death of a member of the army