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WWI covered live on Twitter: "Jan 24 1918 An officer inspects a calvary damaged by shell fire at Ste. Catherine, near Arras https://t.co/s6UcnC6eu4… https://t.co/D7JWXzwo8n"

WWI covered live on Twitter: "Jan 24 1918 An officer inspects a calvary damaged by shell fire at Ste. Catherine, near Arras https://t.co/s6UcnC6eu4… https://t.co/D7JWXzwo8n"

A Horse

The Horrors of The Great War (NFSW)

dead horse WWI - not many of these pics on-line, but so many photos of injured horses in Museum Hill Belgium

5 December 1916, British camp on the bank of the River Ancre at St. Pierre division

WWI, 5 Dec British camp on the bank of the River Ancre at St Pierre Divion.

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the-12th-gloucesters-moving-up-in-support-in-open-order-near-ginchy-picture-id592829556 (594×319)

In the Dardanelles, the allied fleet blows up a disabled ship that interfered with navigation.

WWI In the Dardanelles, the allied fleet blows up a disabled ship that interfered with navigation.

Massacres of POWs, Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942  Brutality was a daily event for the Japanese soldier. He had to admit brutality against himself by his officers. This treatment he simply gave further to his subordinates or the prisoners, the last because they were inferior to him after their surrender ...

Mass execution by the Japanese . OUR BRAVE MEN, Stoic and Dignified in the Face of Cruel Inhumanity. How we conduct ourselves in battle and all the hours that surround the horrors of war provides great commentary about our personal warrior-hood!

Jun 30 1917 Ruined calvary and church at Ablainzeville http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205322838 …

WWI covered live on

Jun 30 1917 Ruined calvary and church at Ablainzeville http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205322838 …

The trenches were infested with rats. These rats would spread disease and infections, contaminate food, and even eat human body parts.

A terrier shows off its catch after a minute rat hunt in French trenches during WWI September

French soldiers in a front line trench probably somewhere on the Western Front during World War 1. Source: Source: University of Kentucky.

French soldiers in a front line trench probably somewhere on the Western Front during World War Source: Source: University of Kentucky.

Revista de Tropa pelo Capitão Fournie – 31 dez 1915 (local Verdun)

Primeira Guerra Mundial – A Guerra do Gás

Revista de Tropa pelo Capitão Fournie – 31 dez 1915 (local Verdun)

Un sénégalais Bambara à Balschwiller  Description :  Titre série : Autochromes de la guerre 1914-1918, département du Haut-Rhin  Auteur :  Castelnau Paul (1880-1944) Opérateur de l'armée

Philosopher's Tree: African Soldiers in World War One, Previous Pinner suggests reading "Half Blood Blues" for more info.

370 curtidas, 4 comentários - Imagens Históricas (@historiaemimagens) no Instagram: “Imagem impressionante mostra um jovem de 16 anos, morto na Batalha de Somme, durante a Primeira…”

Amid the appalling devastation and bodies of dead soldiers a crucifix stands tall miraculously preserved from the shell fire. The powerful image was captured after a bloody skirmish in From the album of Walter Kleinfeldt.

WWI, 21 March 1917; British soldier lifting damaged christ figure from ruined calvary at Le Barque, n-w of the Butte de Warlecourt. ©IWM Q 3874

WWI, 21 March British soldier lifting damaged christ figure from ruined calvary at Le Barque, n-w of the Butte de Warlecourt. ©IWM Q 3874

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