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Six German soldiers pose in a in trench with machine gun, a mere 40 meters from the British line, according to the caption provided.
Casualties on stretchers awaiting transport to a casualty clearing station during Operation 'Epsom',
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Men of the Wiltshire Regiment attacking near Thiepval, 7 August 1916, during the Battle of the Somme. Photo taken by Ernest Brooks.
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Sir Douglas Haig with his army commanders and their chiefs of staff, November 1918. Front row, left to right: Herbert Plumer, Haig, Rawlinson.
Date: 31 May 1941 Ref: DA-10636-F New Zealand soldiers awaiting evacuation from Crete, 31 May, 1941. Photographer unidentified
British from the 11th Brigade 4th division and German soldiers at Ploegsteert in Belgium on Christmas
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French soldiers in a bayonet charge, up a steep slope in the Argonne Forest in 1915. During the Second Battle of Champagne, 450,000 French soldiers advanced ...