WWI Canadian troops (with fixed bayonets) photographed leaving their trench for a raid during the Battle of Somme

WWI Canadian troops (with fixed bayonets) photographed leaving their trench for a raid during the Battle of Somme

BATTLE SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER 1916 (E(AUS) 19) Eight ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps ) soldiers wearing sheepskin jackets, and a mixture of slouch hats and steel helmets, resting on their way up to the trenches.

BATTLE SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER 1916 (E(AUS) 19) Eight ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps ) soldiers wearing sheepskin jackets, and a mixture of slouch hats and steel helmets, resting on their way up to the trenches.

On their way: Australians soldiers embarking at Melbourne to fight in World War One in December 1914. Some 8,000 Australian soldiers died at Gallipoli

Ghosts of Gallipoli: Evocative images released on Anzac Day show Allied troops contemplating the ridges they would die in droves failing to capture

On their way: Australians soldiers embarking at Melbourne to fight in World War One in December 1914. Some 8,000 Australian soldiers died at Gallipoli

Australian soldiers in Gallipoli 1915. Sitting proudly in the middle is an Indigenous Australian. WWI

Australian soldiers in Gallipoli 1915. Sitting proudly in the middle is an Indigenous Australian. WWI

Gallipoli: Catapult Gun In The Trenches 1915

Gallipoli: Catapult Gun In The Trenches 1915

british troops at gallipoli - Google Search

british troops at gallipoli - Google Search

An Australian soldier in the trenches at Gallipoli.

An Australian soldier in the trenches at Gallipoli.

Soldiers in a trench, Gallipoli, Turkey, 1915 by National Library NZ on The Commons

Soldiers in a trench, Gallipoli, Turkey, 1915 by National Library NZ on The Commons

Soldier checks for snipers in the trenches of Gallipoli, 1915.

Soldier checks for snipers in the trenches of Gallipoli, 1915.

ANZAC soldier carrying a wounded comrade on Gallipoli

ANZAC soldier carrying a wounded comrade on Gallipoli

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