An aerial photographer captures an image of French soldiers attacking on the Somme front.

At 150 meters above fighting line, a French photographer able to capturephotograph of French troops on Somme Front, launching an attack on the Germans, ca. The smoke may have been deployed intentionally, as a screening device to mask the advance

World War I Live on Twitter: "Jan 30th 1917: A photograph of a shell-torn battlefield on the Somme, taken from above by a French pilot. https://t.co/pWK8sGvIyL"

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“Jan A photograph of a shell-torn battlefield on the Somme, taken from above by a French pilot.

WWI covered live on Twitter: "Jan 14 1916 Russian plane captures rows of German attacking after poison gas was released https://t.co/rTkGTr6mne https://t.co/bNLTVfpQea"

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WWI covered live on Twitter: "Jan 14 1916 Russian plane captures rows of German attacking after poison gas was released https://t.co/rTkGTr6mne https://t.co/bNLTVfpQea"

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An aerial photograph of a battlefield on the Somme front in France shows French troops moving through trenches and shell craters into an area formerly held by the German army, Jan.

WWI covered live on Twitter: "Aerial video footage of advancing Allied armed forces July 12 1916 https://t.co/eegMWfjOkU @miwi1010 https://t.co/VpeG9G4s5A"

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WWI covered live on Twitter: "Aerial video footage of advancing Allied armed forces July 12 1916 https://t.co/eegMWfjOkU @miwi1010 https://t.co/VpeG9G4s5A"

WWI covered live on Twitter: "Tyneside Irish Brigade, zero hour July 1 1916 during the attack on La Boissell https://t.co/FskVfu0lLl https://t.co/An6kZxOBAC"

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Q Battle of the Somme. A support company of an assault battalion of the Tyneside Irish Brigade going forward shortly after zero hour on 1 July 1916 during the attack on La Boisselle

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