An Australian soldier in the trenches at Gallipoli.
1941 Japanese Army Memorial Day Postcard - Japan War Art
BBC - Your Paintings - Lieutenant John Cridlan Barrett, VC, 1/5th Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment during the Attack on Machine Guns in Forgan's Trench, 24 September 1918
Luciano Ceglia. La lettera WWI
Italian Army infantryman,1940, pin by Paolo Marzioli
WWI, 1915, Gallipoli; A soldier cooks on an improvised stove, made from a drum, outside his dugout. The soldier is either Billy West (identity unknown) or Private (Pte) Thomas Sydney (or Sidney) Harrison (see P09871.003)
WW1. The Trench of the Bayonets. After the war this trench was found where about 20 French soldiers had been buried alive by shell bursts, leaving the muzzles of their rifles sticking up through the earth, their bodies underneath. An American built a monument to preserve the eerie scene, which is still visible at the battlefield of Verdun today. Source delcampe.net.
WW1: Scottish soldiers in a trench. Note the dog keeping company. The group includes both kilted and regular pants riflemen.