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Australian infantry, small box respirators at The First World war Battle of Ypres 1916 - pin by Paolo Marzioli World War One, First World, Triple Entente, Battle Of Passchendaele, Battle Of Ypres, Empire Romain, War Photography, Battlefield 1, Cold War

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Hell Fire Corner, Ypres was considered 'the most dangerous corner on earth' during WWI. Intersecting with the Menin Road it was an important route junction under constant observation + fire by Germans on the high ground. Anything that moved across it was fired upon. Consequently canvas screens were erected beside the road in an attempt to conceal movement, much of which took place under cover of darkness, when the junction thronged with activity. World War One, Second World, First World, Ww1 History, Military History, Ypres Ww1, Battle Of Ypres, Commonwealth, Flanders Field

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Hell Fire Corner, Ypres was considered 'the most dangerous corner on earth' during WWI. Intersecting with the Menin Road it was an important route junction under constant observation + fire by Germans on the high ground. Anything that moved across it was fired upon. Consequently canvas screens were erected beside the road in an attempt to conceal movement, much of which took place under cover of darkness, when the junction thronged with activity.

 Before and After WWI: Ypres, Belgium. Ww1 History, World History, Military History, British History, Ancient History, American History, Wilhelm Ii, Kaiser Wilhelm, Ypres Ww1

Before and After WWI: Ypres, Belgium. [1362x859]

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Ruins of the Cloth Hall, Cathedral, and Bishop's Place, Ypres by Frank Hurley World War One, First World, Ww1 Photos, Flanders Field, Rare Pictures, Hurley, War Horses, Ypres Belgium, Cathedral

Flanders Fields Pictures & WW1 Photos

This photo retrospective includes Flanders Fields pictures and world war one photos courtesy of the Heritage of the Great War.

WWI Soldiers “Mud and barbed wire through which the Canadians advanced during the Battle of Passchendaele,” November William Rider-Rider / Canada. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Ww1 Soldiers, World War One, First World, Battle Of Passchendaele, Battle Of Ypres, Flanders Field

The Implications of First World War Commemorations

Canadian History in the News: The past is always a part of the present. This blog series looks at current events and stories that have a Canadian history element to them and I offer my opinion on the subject. The end of July through to the beginning of August saw a series of centennial anniversaries…

The dawn of Passchendaele, Pictures of the Great War by Frank Hurley. a great Canadian battle for No Mans Land WWl. World War One, First World, Hurley, Battle Of Passchendaele, Flanders Field, No Mans Land, Military History, Historical Photos, Warfare

Photoworks UK | Commissions new photography, produces exhibitions

Photoworks commissions new photography, produces exhibitions and events including the Brighton Photo Biennial, publishes books and an annual magazine.

Students examine World War I diary extracts, pictures, photographs and written sources to locate and describe the nature of warfare on the Western Front. - A learning activity from the State Library of New South Wales Ww1 History, Military History, World War One, First World, Marie Curie, Ww1 Photos, Ww1 Pictures, Photographs, Flanders Field

Australians move through Idiot Corner, near Ypres. Nov. 1917.

Men and pack mules rounding Idiot Corner, on Westhoek Ridge, in Belgium, moving up to the front line. To follow the duckboard and corduroy track was to be seen silhouetted against the skyline, both from the Australian position and that of the enemy - before he was driven from Broodseinde Ridge. But passage over any part other than the top of the ridge was impossible owing to mud. At this point many transports and guns were wrecked by the constant shellfire, and others were lost in the…

 The remains of the Cloth Hall and Cathedral. World War One, First World, Ypres Ww1, Battle Of Ypres, Ypres Belgium, Lest We Forget, France Travel, Wwi, Ww1 History

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