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Ww1 photos

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WW1 Photos

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Imperial German photos from WW1 in colour

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Compared with what was to follow, the weeks leading up to the bloodiest battle in British history were a gentle calm before the storm, as these astonishing 100-year-old photographs show.

Compared with what was to follow, the weeks leading up to the bloodiest battle in British history were a gentle calm before the storm, as these astonishing 100-year-old photographs show.

The 23rd RI fighters in a trench. Somme, In late July 1916. #Somme100

“(RT if you like it) Color by me: The 23rd RI fighters in a trench. Somme, In late July 1916. #Somme100”

The war was three years old when this U.S. contingent arrived at Wellington Barracks, in London, in 1917 before heading out to the front

Posing proudly for the camera, they were young soldiers excitedly preparing for the adventure of war. The photos are now part of an archive of 2,000 predominantly military prints that has been hidden from public view for decades.

The Thuillier collection contains photographs taken in Vignacourt during WW 1.  It covers many of the significant aspects of Australian involvement on the Western Front, from military life to the friendships and bonds formed between the soldiers and civilians.  Captured on glass, printed into postcards and posted home, the photographs made by the Thuillier family enabled Australian soldiers to maintain a fragile link with loved ones in Australia.

The Thuillier collection contains photographs taken in Vignacourt during WW 1. It covers many of the significant aspects of Australian involvement on the Western Front, from military life to the friendships and bonds formed between the soldiers and civilians. Captured on glass, printed into postcards and posted home, the photographs made by the Thuillier family enabled Australian soldiers to maintain a fragile link with loved ones in Australia.

Happy New Year 1918 by drakegoodman, via Flickr

Divided reverse. No correspondence. A sentry, well protected from the elements by his heavy fleece overcoat draws on his pipe as the photographer takes a photograph - a memento of the New Year.