Troops of the British XIV Corps, advancing near Ginchy, during the Battle of Morval
British Grenadier Guardsman keeping watch on 'No-Man's land' as his comrades sleep
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Gordon Highlanders smile for the camera from a reserve trench, 1916
British troops advance during the Battle of the Somme in 1916. (Handout/Reuters)
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Ireland and the Battle of the Somme
A British Mark I "male" tank ...
A view of No Man's Land near Courcelette, France during 1916. Rarely was there
1 July 1916: the beginning of the Battle of the Somme
Bodies of allied soldiers strewn about a bombed landscape in "No Man's Land" in front of the Canadian lines at Courcelette in 1916, during the Battle of the ...
The artillery shells from the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1 July
British soldiers, newly arrived in France ready themselves for the front line
French Army in World War I
Battle of the Somme. A support company of an assault battalion, of the Tyneside
The Imperial War Museum Book of the Somme
Entering No Man's Land during the Battle of the Somme, 1916
New Zealand on the Somme, 1916
Joe Sacco's 'The Great War: July 1, 1916'
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Logo Anzacs in France 1916
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Explosion of the mine beneath Hawthorn Ridge Redoubt on the Western Front during World War I (July 1, 1916). Photo by Ernest Brooks
The first British O.P. Tree is believed to have been constructed to a French design.
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Later in the war the Germans developed several light tanks, but they were no match for the British heavy tanks.
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... Indian bicycle troops Somme 1916 IWM Q 3983.jpg. Indian bicycle troops at the Battle ...
... and reaching a crescendo around 3 p.m., over 1,400 carefully concealed guns of all sizes dumped high explosives, shrapnel, and gas on to a 10-kilometer ...
French advances on the Somme, 1–11 July 1916
Infantry from the 2nd Battalion, Auckland Regiment, New Zealand Division in the Switch Line near Flers, taken some time in September 1916, after the Battle ...
British poster encouraging investment in war bonds
A German trench at Delville Wood, near Longueval (Somme), that was destroyed in 1916 in the Red Zone
The Gallipoli Campaign, February–April 1915
Map of the Battle of the Somme by Unknown
Scene in one of the German trenches in Guillemont during the Battle of the Somme.
Tenth Army operations, south bank of the Somme, September 1916
In Flanders Fields Manuscript
British cavalry is pictured passing the ruins of a church in July 1916 during the Battle
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The attack on La Boiselle, with German artillery landing in No Man's Land Artwork by Peter Dennis, taken from CAM 169: Somme 1 July 1916
Detonation of Hawthorne Ridge mine, 1 July 1916
World War I mobilization, 1 August 1914
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New Zealand soldiers in Switch Trench shortly after its capture in the Battle of Flers-Courcelette. Photo: NZ National Army Museum, accession number: ...
WW1: German infantry charging against the Russian Fortress of Novogeorgievk in August 1915.
Grave of VC winner Serjeant James Turnbull
The charge of the Ulster Division, Somme, 1st July, 1916, by James
Time only for a few token shots from this upper section of the cemetery (and a wonderful view beyond of the land the Germans were defending on 1st July 1916 ...
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A captured British tank in German hands destroying a tree
Württemberg units in the Battle of the Somme, 1916
Battle of the Somme
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British and German descendants of Great War veterans
Front page of the New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial, January 1st 1917. Caption reads: "A German Fighting Monoplane Flying Very Near the Ground Photographed ...
British preparatory bombardment to soften up the German defensive positions on the Somme for attack begins 24 June.
Advert for the Somme film at the Philharmonic (Times 25.9.1916)
Ms letter (4pp) written by Patrick Blundstone, a schoolboy staying at Cuffley,
U.S. forces in Europe, World War I
Water refilling point on the Ancre at the causeway of Mill Road, November 1916 Q4578
Propaganda image of a British tank entering the village of Flers - 15 September 1916
Military operations, 1916. East African Theatre in World War I
Map of the Lochnagar mine