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The first one of large crater was the Lochnagar crater (was a mine) that was detonated during the battle of the Somme by allied forces.  World War I Battlefields, 100 Years Later | Andrew's Social Media

Added here, 10 awesome Still Photography of Lochnagar Crater, France. A fond memory of the men and women of all nations who suffered in the Great War, Lochnagar Crater.

Memories: The land is still pockmarked with the trenches and craters left behind after the fierce fighting

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

Memories: The land is still pockmarked with the trenches and craters left behind after the fierce fighting-not only the French forest!

Battle Of The Somme Casualties | ... of World War I landscapes which still bear the signs of war damage

All quiet on the Western Front as haunting images of the Great War's battlefields are revealed before Remembrance Day

Shell shock: Lochnagar Crater at the Somme as it is today. The picture is part of photographer Michael St Maur Shiel's collection of World War I landscapes which still bear the signs of war damage

Gas, mud and horror: How German and Allied forces fought during the First World War

Gas, mud and horror: How German and Allied forces fought during the First World. One of my grandfathers was gassed during this war. He coughed horribly as long as I knew him.

10 Awesome Still Photography of Lochnagar Crater, France | I love Travelling

Added here, 10 awesome Still Photography of Lochnagar Crater, France. A fond memory of the men and women of all nations who suffered in the Great War, Lochnagar Crater.

March 1968, Khe Sanh, Vietnam - Khe Sanh, a remote outpost in Vietnam, faced full-scale siege from the North Vietnamese forces during the Vietnam War until it was finally abandoned to the North Vietnamese, two months after the siege began.

March Khe Sanh, Vietnam - Khe Sanh, a remote outpost in Vietnam, faced full-scale siege from the North Vietnamese forces during the Vietnam War until it was finally abandoned to the North Vietnamese, two months after the siege began

President Abraham Lincoln's casket laying in state at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio on April 29, 1865.

President Abraham Lincoln's casket laying in state at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio on April This is not the coffin (unless he'd been flattened). This is the catafalque on which the coffin sat.

Field Marshal Sir John French, 1st Earl of Ypres, Commander in Chief, British Expeditionary Force in Farnce, 1914.

Field Marshal Sir John French, Earl of Ypres, Commander in Chief, British Expeditionary Force in Farnce,

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