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Colour photographs from the German front line, WWI by Hans Hildenbrand

Hans Hildenbrand's photos are mostly from Alsace and Champagne in 1915 and 1916.

The first colour photographs from the German front line during World War One

Colour photographs from the German front line, WWI by Hans Hildenbrand--mostly from Alsace and Champagne in 1915 and 1916

Photographer Hans Hildenbrand's work offers a fascinating new insight into the war from the other side of no man's land

The first colour photographs from the German front line during World War One

Once Upon a Time in War: Colonel Philips R. Robertson making his way through flooded trenches at Bois Grenier after toruing his unit’s positions/1915

January 1915 Colonel Philip R. Robertson, commanding officer of the Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) returning from a tour of his unit's positions in waterlogged trenches at Bois Grenier, France.

Mortars became popular during WWI.This was on of the most feared weapons during the war. Soldiers were in fear of these while they just sat in their trenches. A mortar strike could happen at any time. I chose this pin because it shows the mortar up close.

Karl Kraus: More war more mortars, more mortars more money. God save us from peace!

AIF

Members of the Battalion AIF in the advanced trenches at Garter Point, in the Ypres Sector during the Battle of Polygon Wood. Polygon Wood was part of the larger Battle of Passchendaele or the.

Canadians near Hill 70 ww1 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

A Canadian soldier wounded in his shoulder and leg, drinking hot coffee at a soup kitchen 100 yards from the German lines at Hill Colourised by Doug UK.

Here is a collection of 29 incredible colorized photos showing everyday life of French soldiers from 1914-1918, during World War One.      F...

Here is a collection of 29 incredible colorized photos showing everyday life of French soldiers from during World War One.

Autochromes- Paul Castelnau, opérateur

The Great War in Color

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A group of Australian Field Company Engineers at the 'Plumer Road' entrance to 'Wallangara', or the Catacombs as it was generally called, a system of tunnels built in Hill Messines Ploegsteert Wood, January

Four men working on a house that was severely damaged during the Battle of the Marne east of Paris, September 1914 (autochrome)

Four men working on a house that was severely damaged during the Battle of the Marne east of Paris, September 1914 (autochrome)

24 May 1915. Italy goes into war. (Colours by RO Color from Italia)

24 May Italy joins the war in the Allied side. Colored picture by RO Color.

Original color photos taken by the French Army in WWI. Find out more at http://www.worldwaronecolorphotos.com

The Great War in Color

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