Simpson and his donkey, 1915 by Peter Corlett, Australian War Memorial. John "Jack" Simpson Kirkpatrick (1892 – 19 May 1915), served under the name John Simpson, was a stretcher bearer with the ANZACs during the Gallipoli Campaign in World War I. After landing at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915, he obtained a donkey and began carrying wounded British Empire soldiers from the frontline to the beach, for evacuation. He continued this work for 3 and a half weeks, often under fire, until he was…

Simpson and his donkey, 1915 by Peter Corlett, Australian War Memorial.

BUCEGI MOUNTAINS    The Heroes' Cross was built between 1926 and 1928 in the memory of the railway heroes who died on duty in World War I fighting against the armies of the Central Powers.

The Heroes' Cross - Romania - was built between 1926 and 1928 in the memory of the railway heroes who died on duty in World War I fighting against the armies of the Central Powers.

Camel Corps: If only the World War I Camel Corps hadn’t been disbanded in 1919… Think of the fun they’d add to the Remembrance Sunday parade. In its short history, the Camel Corps fought in many key battles, all of which are listed on this monument, erected in 1921 and sculpted by veteran of the brigade Major Cecil Brown. The closest you can get to viewing their exploits these days is watching David Lean’s ‘Lawrence of Arabia’. Embankment Gardens, WC1.

Erected in sculpted by veteran of the brigade Major Cecil Brown, the memorial lists all the battles in which the short-lived - Camel Corps participated.

EDINBURGH, Scotland—Staff Sgt. Aaron Campbell, 48th Fighter Wing Honor Guard team leader lays a wreath during the 79th Scottish American Memorial Day Service May 27, 2013. The ceremony takes place in front of “The Call” war monument, which was funded by Scots-Americans in 1927 to commemorate the Scotsmen who lost their lives during World War I. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Lyndsey Horn)

EDINBURGH, Scotland—Staff Sgt. Aaron Campbell, 48th Fighter Wing Honor Guard team leader lays a wreath during the 79th Scottish American Memorial Day Service May 27, 2013. The ceremony takes place in front of “The Call” war monument, which was funded by Scots-Americans in 1927 to commemorate the Scotsmen who lost their lives during World War I. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Lyndsey Horn)

The "Shot at Dawn" memorial, built to remember the approximately 300 British soldiers executed for 'cowardice' during World War I.    Nearly a century later, they were pardoned.

The "Shot at Dawn" memorial, built to remember the approximately 300 British soldiers executed for 'cowardice' during World War I. Nearly a century later, they were pardoned.

World War I, 58th (London) Division Memorial at Chipilly on the Somme.

World War I, (London) Division Memorial at Chipilly on the Somme.

World War I in Photos: A Century Later - The Atlantic; http://www.theatlantic.com/static/infocus/wwi/century/

World War I in Photos: A Century Later

A sculpture by German artist Kathe Kollwitz, titled "The Mourning Parents" at the World War I Vladslo German Cemetery in Vladslo, Belgium, on May 2014 article from the Atlantic

Memorial Decorated with Parachutes - U00986ACME - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. Yank 'chutes decorate French memorial. Carentan, France: American soldiers and French civilians admire that memorial to World War I dead in Carentan fancifully decorated with varicolored parachutes dropped near the town the night before D-Day. A mother and her child ignore the statue to gaze at the living symbols of freedom embodied in the Yank airborne soldiers part of the force that liberated Carentan.

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World War I Memorial, is located in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The memorial was built in 1922 and added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 28, 1981.

World War I Memorial, is located in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The memorial was built in 1922 and added to the National Register of Historic Places on August

World War I Memorial.  Nashville.  Inscription:  "I gave my best to make a better world."  Moving.

World War I Memorial. Inscription: "I gave my best to make a better world.

Washington Heights and Inwood World War I Memorial, New York City.  "This impressive monument stands at the apex of Mitchel Square, where Broadway and St. Nicholas Avenue converge at West 168 Street. The memorial’s central image, by the esteemed sculptor and art patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1875–1942), is a three figure group in bronze depicting two soldiers, one kneeling and one standing, who support a third slumping comrade in battle. The monument, which was dedicated on May ...

Washington Heights and Inwood World War I Memorial, New York City. "This impressive monument stands at the apex of Mitchel Square, where Broadway and St. Nicholas Avenue converge at West 168 Street. The memorial’s central image, by the esteemed sculptor and art patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1875–1942), is a three figure group in bronze depicting two soldiers, one kneeling and one standing, who support a third slumping comrade in battle. The monument, which was dedicated on May ...

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Small-Group WWI Day Trip from Paris: Aisne-Marne Battlefields, Belleau Wood and Museum of the Great War in France Europe

W Cordova St . Vancouver At the Sea Bus Terminal (old train station) A memorial to those who fought in the World War I

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W Cordova St . Vancouver At the Sea Bus Terminal (old train station) A memorial to those who fought in the World War I

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