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Early 1914 WW1 Postcard  of British soldier in tropical helmet

Early 1914 Original Postcard of British soldier in tropical helmet

We will never forget the soldiers that lost there lives fighting of our great country

We will never forget the soldiers that lost there lives fighting of our great country 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

A shell-shocked British soldier captured by the Germans, 1918 (IWM)

A shell-shocked British soldier captured by the Germans, 1918 (IWM Imperial War Museum, London, England)

Horsebox to hell: British troops pose in a railway carriage  en route to the front in 1916. A sign on the sliding door on the right proclaims 'Hommes' and 'Chevaux': the men often had to share their transport with horses

Dramatic photographs from WW1 that show the carnage... and courage

Horsebox to hell: British troops pose in a railway carriage en route to the front in A sign on the sliding door on the right proclaims 'Hommes' and 'Chevaux': the men often had to share their transport with horses

German soldier during the early stages of WW1.

(early stages) - German soldier rests on a hillside. (so this is where adolph took his "look" from ,,,)

British; Khyber Rifles, O.R. c.1900  | Sikhpoint.com    #sikhpoint

Ben Cassam Between 1917 and Swiss artist Eugène Burnand drew over a hundred portraits of the various allies in Wo.

British soldiers looking out a shell hole in the wall of a house in Hebuterne/1916

British soldiers look through a shell hole in the wall of a house in Hebuterne 1916

WWI Soldiers Left Poems And Signatures In Somme Tunnels - "If in this place you are detained, don't look around you all in vain, but cast your net and you will find, that every cloud is silver lined. Still."

WWI Soldiers Left Poems And Signatures In Somme Tunnels - "If in this place you are detained, don't look around you all in vain, but cast your net and you will find, that every cloud is silver lined.

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 WW1.

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

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