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Ww1 photos

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The 23rd RI fighters in a trench. Somme, In late July 1916. #Somme100

“(RT if you like it) Color by me: The 23rd RI fighters in a trench. Somme, In late July 1916. #Somme100”

WW1 Ypres: A trench at Hill 60 in the 1930s

Hill 60 is an area of ground which remains relatively undisturbed since the end of the Great War. Its around three miles south-east of Ypres, and the remains of bunkers and pill-boxes can still be seen on ground that still shows the craters from the First World War

Standing up: Soldiers at Randalstown Camp in County Antrim in 1915. The 14th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles stayed there in wooden huts after being moved from Finner Camp in January 1915. They remained in the huts at Randalstown until moving to England in the July of that year

The image was taken at the Battle of the Somme in July 1916 by a soldier who defied Army chiefs in the First World War to take secret photographs of life in the trenches.

Die Soldaten schützen sich mit Gasmasken vor dem Giftgas. Sie sind im Gegenzug bereit, ihre Handgranaten zu werfen.

Die Soldaten schützen sich mit Gasmasken vor dem Giftgas. Sie sind im Gegenzug bereit, ihre Handgranaten zu werfen.

August Brechtel colourised by Benjamin Thomas

August Brechtel colourised by the extraordinarily talented and fellow Melbournian, Benjamin Thomas (Colours of Yesterday). www.facebook.com/coloursofyesterday

Imperial German photos from WW1 in colour

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