British soldier with fixed bayonet, First World War, 1914-1918.

An Ingarian soldier on the Prossan front during the Fourth Great Inga-Strangian War

An official photo describing the kit of a British infantryman in 1939. Note that the gas mask ('respirator') and anti-chemical warfare cape are parts of the outfit, remnants of WW1 memories. In actual combat, and marching with full kit, the British infantryman would carry a pack known as a "valise" that contained more clothing and personal items. Officers wore the exact same uniform save for markings of their rank.

An official photo describing the kit of a British infantryman in Note that the gas mask ('respirator') and anti-chemical warfare cape are parts of the outfit, remnants of memories. In actual combat, and marching with full kit, the British infant

A soldier of the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) arriving home on leave during the First World War.

A soldier of the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) arriving home on leave during the First World War., Nicholls H.

To mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War the Tower of London's moat has been transformed into a red sea. Beautifully designed by ceramic artist Paul Cummins and stage designer Tom Piper, it will feature 888,246 ceramic poppies upon completion in November, each representing a British or Colonial military fatality during the war. Each one was hand made in Derby.

The stunning ceramic poppies at the Tower of London commemorating the sacrifice of those who fell during WWI. From Berkshire to Buckingham

Poppies at the Tower of London. Amazing installation with volunteers planting 888,246 ceramic poppies in the dry moat, each representing a British soldier lost during World War 1

So I did a fic challenge and here are the results: Ron/Hermione drabbles, ficlets and other bits of fluff.

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