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Tweede Slag om Passchendaele.

Mud, water, and barbed wire illustrate the horrible terrain through which the Canadians advanced at Passchendaele in late

Hans Hildenbrand was a German photographer who was famous for taking color photographs during World War I. Following the war he became a photographer for...

Rare World War One Colour Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand,one of 19 official German photographers documenting the war, but the only one to shoot in colour. Hildenbrand’s images were taken mostly in the Alsace and Champagne sectors during 1915 and

Historical Photo's: Ypres ww1

Chateau Wood - Ypres - 1917 Soldiers of an Australian Division field artillery brigade on a duckboard track passing through Chateau Wood, near Hooge in the Ypres salient, 29 October Australian War Memorial collection number

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Otto von Bismarck was not a minister of Chancellor of Germany in the First World War (The Great War), was an old man and was forced to give up several years ago by the German Emperor Frederick II.

The destroyed landscape of the Passchendaele battlefield

Tank in badly shelled mud area, Battle of Passchendaele. of National Defence/Library and Archives

Osttaverne Wood, South of Ypres, June 1917.

If you've never studied the battle of Ypres I urge you to do so. It's a sad study for sure but one of the more interesting battles fought in the first World War.

A Captain (possibly 16th Irish Guards) leading his horse and dog on the Amiens-Albert road.  25 August 1916.

25 August British captain leads horse with dog near Amiens, France. Colour by Doug. ––Terrierman's Daily Dose: Dogs of World War I

A shell explodes close to British troops at Y Wood near Hooge, in the Ypres Salient. 16 June 915.

A shell explodes close to British troops at Y Wood near Hooge, in the Ypres Salient.

THE BATTLE OF PASSCHENDAELE, JULY-NOVEMBER 1917. Battle of Pilckem Ridge. Shell-carrying pack-horses splashing through the mud on a road north of Ypres, crossed by railway line, 1 August 1917.

Q Battle of Pilckem Ridge. Shell-carrying pack-horses splashing through the mud on a road north of Ypres crossed by railway line 1 August 1917

Soldats canadiens nettoyant une route près de Cambrai, 1918.

Soldats canadiens nettoyant une route près de Cambrai, 1918.

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