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Trench newspapers like The Wipers Times and many others lifted the spirits of exhausted soldiers during World War One.

Libray photo dated 1916 showing German prisoners helping to carry wounded British soldiers back to their

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Q Troops of the Battalion Worcestershire Regiment Division) resting on their way to the trenches. Note wire cutters attached to rifles;

Battle of the Somme, July 1, 1916 Still from film of the Battle of

French Soldiers in the trenches France 1916 World War I - First World War, The Great War, 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918.

British infantry advancing

On 1 July 1916 tens of thousands of British, French and Commonwealth troops went '

Taken at 3.30pm on July 1, the day of the first assault, soldiers

BATTLE SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER 1916 (E(AUS) Eight ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps ) soldiers wearing sheepskin jackets, and a mixture of ...

One of the most iconic images of the war shows soldiers of the Royal

German infantrymen aim machine guns from a trench near the Vistula River in 1916.

Battle of the Somme. Canadian soldiers returning from trenches ...

Behind Enemy Lines: Over 100 Photographs Of German Soldiers Fighting World War One

8th Battalion, The Black Watch Receives its Rum Ration on the Somme, 20 July

Life in the trenches: Royal Fusiliers fixing their bayonets in a trench on July 1

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A group of smiling soldiers walk to the front

Imperial War Museum image Q62. British troops asleep in a support trench during the preliminary

Shrapnel bursting over reserve trench in Canadian line in mid-October of the Somme campaign

Imperial War Museum image Q667. New Zealand troops of the 9th (Wellington East Coast

Thiepval 1916: An exhausted soldier asleep in a front line trench. An image from. World War ...

East Sussex WW1. Battle of Albert. Scene in a communication trench before an attack. July 1916.

Troops of the 10th (Service) Battalion (1st Hull), East Yorkshire Regiment

Australians soldiers returning to the trenches on the Somme at the end of August 1916 The

World War 1 started on 28 June, 1914 and by the end of 1914 both sides had built trenches. About 2,490km of trench lines were dug during the World War 1.

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British Army in the trenches near Salonika, April 1916 during World War 1. Salonica, known as Thessaloniki, Greece. Macedonian

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A piper of the 7th Seaforth Highlanders leads four men of the 26th Brigade back from

World War 1: Battle of Verdun. French soldiers crawling through their own barbed wire

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A more common view of World War I - British soldiers in a German trench during

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... Right: Roll call in the trenches on the morning of the 1st July when the offensive was launched (Image: Manchester Guardian History of War Vol 5, 1916).

British soldiers at Passchendaele, 1917

German soldiers playing cards on the Western front in the summer of 1916

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Newfoundland Soldiers in St. John's Road Support Trench, July 1, 1916

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British Army in the trenches near Salonika April 1916 during World War 1

World War One British troops moving to front line July 1916

Flooded French trenches near the Meuse River: Platforms have been built to try and keep the troops dry. Credit: Scientific American Supplement, June 17, ...

Battle of Somme: British troops in trenches GETTY. The Battle of Somme started on July 1, 1916

Men of a Pioneer Battalion drawing a dinner ration outside their billets before proceeding to the

World War 1. Somme Offensive. German prisoners captured by the British during the Somme Offensive, at Meaulte, near Albert. July 1916. (BSLOC 2013 1 118)

Men of the 1st Anzac Division, some wearing German helmets, pose for the camera after fighting near Pozieres Ridge. July 23, 1916.

Battle of the Somme, 30 July 1916, WW1. Battle of Pozieres Ridge.

A squadron of elite Prussian Landsers pose for a photograph while stationed in their fortified trench position located in the infamously brutal war field of ...

Troops of the Wiltshire Regiment waving their helmets as they march along the Acheux road to

World War 1. Somme Offensive. British infantry of the Fourth Army advancing to the

Battle of the Somme, 1916

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German soldiers in a trench in France during World War I spend a quiet moment reading and writing before the fighting recommences Photo: Three Lions/ Getty

'The East Yorks going into the trenches', 3 July 1916. Soldiers of

British Vickers Machine Gun @ Battle of the Somme, 1916 (Imperial War Museum)

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Wiltshire Regiment moving up the line near Acheux, Somme 28th June 1916

2 G55 F1 1916 64 WW1 French troops return from Front History World War One France

Photograph of the Wounded British Soldiers at the Battle of the Somme. Dated 1916.

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World War 1: Battle of Verdun. French soldiers crawling through their own barbed wire

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Major Beauchamp McGrath of the East Lancashire Regiment in a flooded communication trench at Fonquevilliers in

4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment men marching towards trenches at Acheux on the 28th June 1916 (IWM Q716)

The Battle of the Somme was fought by the British and French army against Germany. It took place between 1 July and 18 November 1916 and was the largest ...

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British soldiers charging from the trenches during World War One Circa 1916 - Stock Image

Imperial War Museum image Q4649. Men of the Lancashire Fusiliers sit in a muddy puddle

Troops of the Australian 2nd Division in a box trench near the Bridoux Salient in June 1916.

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Stanley and George Abbot, Killed in Action July 1, 1916

Soldiers of IR119 in May 1915.

British push forward

Actions of St. Eloi Craters. Troops of the Northumberland Fusiliers, 3rd Division,

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... he that this would create complete disarray that, on the first day of the attack, he ordered the British troops to walk slowly towards the enemy lines.

20 image shows names engraved on the walls of a former chalk quarry ...


Libray photo dated 1916 showing a British soldier keeping watch on 'No-Man's Land

Battle of Albert. Officers of the Royal Engineers in a communication trench, 1st July

Australian troops in the Lone Pine trenches

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The bodies of two German soldiers lie in a trench badly damaged by artillery fire,

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British troops climb from their trench on 1 July 1916 (Photo: Getty Images)

British troops negotiate a trench as they go forward in support of an attack on the

Food in the trenches of the First World War was scarce. Rations were measly, meals repetitive, and hunger often the companion of fear and fatigue.

WW1 Somme July 1916 - British Army vs German Army

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WW1 Going over the Top Part 4 The Trench Somme July 1st 1916