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Scottish soldiers with bayonets fixed on the Western Front in 1915 prepare to go over the top. Picture: Getty Article on the Lost Lingo of

World War I soldier, a double amputee, plays billiards with prosthetic legs, 1915.

World War I soldier, a double amputee, plays billiards with prosthetic legs, 1915.

Douglas Bader was determined to prove he could still fly and rejoin the R.A.F. after losing his legs

Douglas Bader, who lost his legs in a peace time flying accident, was determined to prove he could still fly and join the RAF after losing his legs

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French soldiers moving into attack from their trench during the Verdun battle. When war broke out in it was just 25 miles from France’s frontier with Germany. It also straddled the shortest direct route from Germany to Paris.

Jessie and Vincy, CHC2P1-01. Even though they were wounded, but smiling soldiers enjoy a cup of soup after being treated.

Historic WWI Photo – Smiling Soldiers

Jessie and Vincy, Even though they were wounded, the smiling soldiers enjoy a cup of soup after being treated.

Residents of London Lambeth walk, doing the dance of the same name in London, Sept. 1940 by way of showing their spirits are still high after bombs damaged the area.

Royal Highlanders resting at the foot of a wall. Arras, 14 June 1918. One of the lesser known problems of wearing a kilt in battle came with the introduction of mustard gas as a weapon. The gas was absorbed through the skin and produced large, painful blisters, especially on areas of soft or tender skin. Highlanders in kilts were extremely susceptible to the gas for obvious reasons.

Royal Highlanders resting at the foot of a wall. Arras, 14 June One of the lesser known problems of wearing a kilt in battle came with the introduction of mustard gas as a weapon. The gas was absorbed through the skin and produced large,.

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Winston Churchill a life in pictures

Winston Churchill a life in pictures

Scottish soldiers rest in a trench with their pet dog, 1915.

Royal Seaforths and bulldog companion holding a trench while under fire from a German sniper,.

Gordon Highlanders, repairing a road; near Hamel, on the Somme Front, September 1916

Highlanders working on a road in France. They are all in kilts and most of them are wearing balmorals. Some of the men appear to be wearing a cover or 'apron' to protect their kilt.

Gordon Hiughlanders, WWI

Gordon Highlanders ready to ship out.

The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) France 1917

The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) France 1917

WW1+in+Colour | Color Photography and some Drawings from World War 1

The Blackwatch Royal Highlanders Regiment on maneuvers. From a WWI postcard.

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