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Tweede Slag om Passchendaele.

Tweede Slag om Passchendaele.

Men of the 16th Canadian Machine Gun Company in reserve positions October 1917. The soldier in the foreground is Reginald Le Brun who wrote about his experiences of Passchendaele. He would be the only person to survive out of this gun team of 5 men.

Men of the 16th Canadian Machine Gun Company in reserve positions October 1917. The soldier in the foreground is Reginald Le Brun who wrote about his experiences of Passchendaele. He would be the only person to survive out of this gun team of 5 men.

Dawn over Passchendaele. Frank Hurley

Dawn over Passchendaele. Frank Hurley

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Passendale

Looking back from Lone Pine to the jumping off trench from which the 1st Australian Infantry Brigade commenced its successful attack on Lone Pine on 6 August 1915. Several corpses are lying in the foreground amid debris and coils of barbed wire.

Looking back from Lone Pine to the jumping off trench from which the 1st Australian Infantry Brigade commenced its successful attack on Lone Pine on 6 August 1915. Several corpses are lying in the foreground amid debris and coils of barbed wire.

World War One German soldier in long sheepskin coat

World War One German soldier in long sheepskin coat

Bravery: French soldiers run out onto the battlefield outside Verdun. They would eventually win, but would lose 163,000 fighters

The dark secrets of the French forest blocked off 100 years after WW1

Bravery: French soldiers run out onto the battlefield outside Verdun. They would eventually win, but would lose 163,000 fighters

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British (Top) and German (Bottom) Barbed wire from Somme Battlefield.  Thanks to Pete at Ortago View, Flers.

British (Top) and German (Bottom) Barbed wire from Somme Battlefield. Thanks to Pete at Ortago View, Flers.

British (Top) and German (Bottom) Barbed wire from Somme Battlefield. Thanks to Pete at Ortago View, Flers.

WWI barbed wire is seen near the Navarin monument, a pyramid inaugurated at Sommepy-Tahure in 1924 to pay tribute to World War I soldiers killed in Champagne, eastern France. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)

WWI barbed wire is seen near the Navarin monument, a pyramid inaugurated at Sommepy-Tahure in 1924 to pay tribute to World War I soldiers killed in Champagne, eastern France. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)

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