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The remains of the young men who fought valiantly for their countries were hidden in what once had been a peaceful idyll.

The photograph displays trench warfare during WWI. Bodies were left to wither away, and conditions were harsh.

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“ The operation failed owing to insufficiency of artillery barrage. The Battalion suffered heavily.”- Battalion War Diary 25 Oct 1916 Time was wearing thin and the weather more constantly vile.

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Sturmpanzerwagen A7V «Faust Konig» N° 503 con el esquema de camuflaje de mediados de 1918 y diseño de cruces simplificado. Valery Petelin. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Sturmpanzerwagen A7V «Faust Konig» N° 503 con el esquema de camuflaje de mediados de 1918 y diseño de cruces simplificado. Valery Petelin. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

A classic art print by artist J.P. Beadle of the Ulster Division advancing into the German trenches during the Battle of the Somme. The officer shown leading the unit is Lt Francis Bodenham Thornley.

“No surrender!” The mostly Irish Unionist Ulster Division considered it a good omen that the first day of the Somme was the anniversary of the famous Protestant victory at the Battle of the.

June 1918 U. Marines in action at the Battle of Belleau Wood, painting by Tom Lovell.

The real horror was not in the lines of a dreadnought, but on land . German flamethrower attack on French trenches in hell of Verdun

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