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WWI 17 Oct 1917 A composite image comprising a dead German

WWI 17 Oct 1917 A composite image comprising a dead German

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WWI, 17 Oct 1917; A composite image comprising a dead German soldier (E00927) and an exploding shell burst added to the background.

WWI, 28 Oct 1917; French troops on a duckboard track running through a destroyed

WWI, 20 Nov 1917; Men of the 51st (Highland) Division crossing a

WWI, 23 Oct 1917; Preparation by French soldiers for the Battle of Fort de

WWI, 14 Oct 1917; A wrecked limber, one of many similar scenes on the Ypres-Zonnebeke Road, in the struggle to win from the Germans the important ridges of ...

WWI, 27 Oct 1917; Effects of the bombardment in the area of Moulin de

After the Battle

A group of soldiers walk across wooden duckboards that have been constructed over a waterlogged and

WWI, 16 March 1918; A German motor body on the roadside used as a

Canadian and German wounded help one another through the mud during the capture of Passchendaele. of National Defence/Library and Archives

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Infantry tactics[edit]

dresden war

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fig. 4 Frank Hurley

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A supplied image obtained Wednesday, October 11, 2017 of “'Thunder of a light horse charge'. This photograph has been described as one of the charge of the ...

2nd Canadian Division soldiers advance behind a tank

WWI, 30 Sept 1917; Canadian soldier with the mask of a German shooter -

World War 1. Battle of Arras (April 9-12, 1917).

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British soldiers offering water to German prisoners of war, 1917. The former are armed

Men of the Wiltshire Regiment attacking near Thiepval, 7 August 1916, during the Battle of the Somme. Photo taken by Ernest Brooks.

French infantry group passes by German prisoners of war during World War One - Stock Image

German army officer examining a map, WW1 - Stock Image

World War 1 in the Middle East. Turkish commander Cemal Pasha and German Chief of

Histories of Two-Hundred and Fifty-One Divisions of the German Army which participated in the War (1914-1918), pp. 684-686 -

British cavalry during the First World War

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Map 2: Western Front 20 March-11 November 1918

In contrast with the experience of 20th September, the Germans put up stiff resistance at most of the pill-boxes, but they were outflanked and captured, ...

Beersheba Reenactment, Israel, October 2017

... Westman, Florence M.; Hilliam, B.C.; Creator: Westman, Florence M. Date: 1917; Collection: Florence M. Westman collection; Location(s):: Ontario--Ottawa

German Dead Tilloy April 1917

World War I German Infanterie-Panzer, 1917

Poelcappelle barrage map 9th October 1917: ...

Map showing the lines of advance of the Germans through France during World War One.

A line of soldiers in tropical uniforms stand in front of a hut in a jungle

The Battle of the Menin Road (map courtesy of Australians on the Western Front 1914-1918) went to plan. The artillery barrage was the densest that had ...

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World War I – Britain Declares War With Germany, August 4, 1914

Men in suits and hats file past other men sitting at a long table, handing

Friday 26th October 1917

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The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Story of the Great War, Volume VII (of 8), by Various

The area assaulted by the 33rd Division on 23rd Apri 1917

Wednesday 24th October 1917

Above: A composite map of the Favreuil area showing where Nelson operated with 16/Brigade and was evacuated by 16/Field Ambulance.

This seems a good place for a map, so here's a particularly useful one stolen

Histories of Two-Hundred and Fifty-One Divisions of the German Army which participated in the War (1914-1918), pp. 684-686 -

British WW1 commanding officer in dugout headquarters of First World War One trench, Memorial Museum

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Fromelles (Fleurbaix) (World War 1, 19 July 1916 to 20 July 1916)

The hill was a bulge in the British frontline, a part of the Hindenburg line taken from the Germans after the battle for Cambrai in late November 1917.

Map locating Lagnicourt where Nelson was gassed - 96kB jpg

Here's a map.

The following is Allen's account of his participation in the U.S. Army's Composite Regiment; comprised of crack troops, all of similar stature, ...

German gun emplacement destroyed by British artillery, Ypres Salient, 1917

Royal Navy - Naval Operations, Volume 2 by Sir Julian Corbett, online history of Great War

Histories of Two-Hundred and Fifty-One Divisions of the German Army which participated in the War (1914-1918), pp. 684-686 -

German defences[edit]

German prisoners of war in Boiselle, France, during world war one. 1915 -

2 G55 K1 1915 8 German POWs in Champagne WWI 1915 History World War I Prisoners

The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Story of the Great War, Volume VII (of 8), by Various

Commonwealth of Australia (National Archives of Australia)

... World War 1 Records ...

German photographer, June 1917

... most falling to a German strongpoint that had been overlooked by the assaulting waves." http://www.bedfordregiment.org.uk/4thbn/4thbtnofficersdied.html

New Zealand and the Māori in World War I

Histories of Two-Hundred and Fifty-One Divisions of the German Army which participated in the War (1914-1918), pp. 674-675 -

Italy's successful offensive, October, 1918.

Above: 6/Division's withdrawal in the face of German attacks and their defensive lines. Click on the map to open an A4 landscape version in .pdf

Rifle Trench No 1

HoM Reading Plan v2

Battle lines and operations on the Western Front in 1918, including German territory held by the Allied armies of occupation.

The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Story of the Great War, Volume VII (of 8), by Various

Members of New Zealand's Maori Pioneer Battalion perform a haka for New Zealand's Prime Minister William

The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) were formed on 1st July 1881; the 1st Battalion from the 26th (The Cameronian) Regiment of Foot, and the 2nd Battalion ...

British Field Ambulance Corps Ypres Salient, 1917

German prisoners of war in France, marched through trenches by advancing British forces, during

Occupation of German-Samoa at the beginning of World War I. Hoisting of the

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British Bombardment of Ostend 1917, pp46 (link to chapter in text)

Tanks in the German Army

Important things to note: A. The opening day's battlefield was huge, roughly 12 x 12 miles; B. The front line and the Italian defensive lines weave back and ...