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World War 1 soldiers creating trench art out of empty shell casings

Belgian Soldiers making trench art in 1918

Picture of an injured World War I soldier receiving first aid.

What Everyone Should Know About World War I

Casualties of War - Marine receiving first aid before being sent to hospital in rear of trenches.

A trench message dog of the 5th Battalion, Manchester Regiment stands on a sandbagged wall as he waits for an officer ( left) to complete the note he is writing, Cuinchy. One soldier pats the dog and holds him steady. 26 January 1918. (c) IWM (Q6476)

A trench message dog of the Battalion, Manchester Regiment stands on a sandbagged wall as he waits for an officer (left) to complete the note he is writing, Cuinchy. One soldier (centre) pats the dog and holds him steady.

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German Sniper in a Trench on the Western Front During World War I Photographic Print

Nervous and beleaguered German troops file past the body of a French soldier on their way to captivity. Verdun 1916 | by ✠ drakegoodman ✠

Nothing on reverse "Post Card" - "Carte Postale". Nervous and beleaguered German troops file past the body of a French soldier, killed at the edge of a shallow trench at Verdun, sometime towards the end of

WWI; French soldier with a Lebel rifle modified with a spotlight.

qsy-complains-a-lot: “a French soldier with a Lebel rifle modified to act as a line thrower ”

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