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Australian tunnellers of the Great War Lest We Forget,. Military Photos, Military History, World War One, First World, Aboriginal History, Man Of War, Anzac Day, The Great, Lest We Forget

Once Upon a Time in War

War is a horribly fascinating thing, however much man may hate it.

Group photo of Offiers at Holzminden POW camp. (Image provided by Channel World War One, Second World, First World, Ww1 Soldiers, Wwi, Triple Entente, The Great, Global Conflict, Department Of Veterans Affairs

The forgotten first Great Escape of 1918: In 1918 a group of 29 British officers escaped through a tunnel dug under the noses of heavily armed German guards at the Holzminden Prisoner of War Camp, situated south-west of Hanover, Germany. (Image: Group photo of Offiers at Holzminden POW camp - Image provided by Channel 5).

Weimar: Art of the First World War; David Bomberg, Sappers at Work: A Canadian Tunneling Company, 1919 Harlem Renaissance, Mondrian, World War One, First World, David Bomberg, Ww1 Art, National Gallery, Art Moderne, Art For Art Sake

Art of the First World War

Max Oppenheimer, Bleeding Man, 1911 " It is the first death which infects everyone with the feeling of being threatened. It is impo...

FRENCH ARMY WESTERN FRONT Officer of the French Army Engineers listening to the sound of enemy operations with a microphone in the underground tunnel. Ww1 History, History Facts, World War One, First World, Soldier Drawing, Shell Shock, Department Of Veterans Affairs, War Photography, French Army

THE FRENCH ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1918

Q 69984. Officer of the French Army Engineers listening to the sound of enemy operations with a microphone in the underground tunnel.

The Zonnebeke sector near Ypres in 1919 showing a trench system with dugout/tunnel entrance. Department Of Veterans Affairs, Flanders Field, War Image, World War I, Wwi, First World, Archaeology, Soldiers, Trench

Tunnelling Companies in the Great War

The Zonnebeke sector near Ypres in 1919 showing a trench system with dugout/tunnel entrance. Johan Vandewalle

Directed by Jeremy Sims. With Brendan Cowell, Harrison Gilbertson, Steve Le Marquand, Gyton Grantley. In the Australian Tunnelling Company is tunneling beneath German fortifications and bunkers to detonate massive explosive charges. Harrison Gilbertson, Netflix, War Film, Anzac Day, Dvd, Young Love, Streaming Movies, Classic Movies, I Movie

BENEATH HILL 60 - a WWI feature film - Captain Woodward MC - WW1 Tunnelers

Detail of the large bronze relief by Australian sculptor Michael Meszaros.  "Australian Tunnel Coys 1916-1919. In Memory of the Australian tunnellers who fought a silent and claustrophobic war below the trenches of the western front during the Great War 1914-1919 - Electrical and mechanical mining and boring Coy 1916-1919" Plugstreet 14-18 Experience interpretation centre, Ploegsteert, Flanders, Dec. 9, 2013. Military Cemetery, Department Of Veterans Affairs, Flanders Field, World War I, Wwi, Caves, Monuments, Fields, Centre

Detail of the large bronze relief by Australian sculptor Michael Meszaros. "Australian Tunnel Coys 1916-1919. In Memory of the Australian tunnellers who fought a silent and claustrophobic war below the trenches of the western front during the Great War 1914-1919 - Electrical and mechanical mining and boring Coy 1916-1919" Plugstreet 14-18 Experience interpretation centre, Ploegsteert, Flanders, Dec. 9, 2013.