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WWI, 2 March 1917; "A French officer examining a German prisoner" - Western Mail, Perth

WWI, 2 March "A French officer examining a German prisoner" - Western Mail, Perth

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tuftytufts: “ Canadian soldier lighting a German prisoner’s cigarette, November It seems the lighting of a cigarette is a major establishment of trust between prisoners and their captors - and.

All sizes | Every day a batch of prisoners of this size, taken on the British Sector of the Western Front, pass through one of the Clearing Depots | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hópur breskrafanga - Every day a batch of prisoners of this size, taken on the British Sector of the Western Front, pass through one of the Clearing Depots

‘A Helping Hand’ – Casualties and Prisoners of War on the Western Front Canadian soldiers and German POWs at the Battle of Hill 70, north of Lens in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France between 15 August 1917 and 25 August 1917. (Colourised by Doug Banks from the UK)

‘A Helping Hand’ – Casualties and Prisoners of War on the Western Front Canadian soldiers and German POWs at the Battle of Hill north of Lens in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France between 15 August 1917 and 25 August

Wet and muddied, English prisoners of war are assembled in a Belgian courtyard shortly after their arrival from the battlefields near Ypres, sometime around April 1915. The Second Battle of Ypres was fought in the Spring of 1915 and it was during this battle, the Germans used poisonous gas for the first time on the Western Front. Prior to this they had been gassing Russians on the Eastern Front with some success.

Wet and muddied, English prisoners of war are assembled in a Belgian courtyard shortly after their arrival from the battlefields near Ypres, sometime around April 1915. The Second Battle of Ypres was fought in the Spring of 1915 and it was during this battle, the Germans used poisonous gas for the first time on the Western Front. Prior to this they had been gassing Russians on the Eastern Front with some success.

A British soldier brings back a wounded German prisoner at the Somme

In their own words: The unpublished photos and letters from the frontline on the 90th anniversary of the Armistice

WWI: A British soldier brings back a wounded German prisoner at the Somme

A German prisoner, wounded and muddy, helped by a British soldier along a railway track. A man, possibly in French military uniform, is shown behind them, holding a camera and tripod, ca. 1916. (National Library of Scotland)

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I

A German prisoner, wounded and muddy, helped by a British soldier along a railway track. A man, possibly in French military uniform, is show.

British soldiers take German prisoners somewhere on the Western Front mid 1916 or later - The Great War (@WW1_Series) | Twitter

German soldiers surrendering, Bullecourt, France, World War I, British and Australian troops captured Bullecourt from the Germans in May 1917 during the Battle of Arras.

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World War I in Photos: The Western Front Part II, and Armistice - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part II, and Armistice

German soldiers supporting an English soldier, wounded (Source National Library of France)

A wounded German prisoner being led by a Portuguese soldier and a soldier from the 51st Division, near Bethune, April 10, 1918. Three days after the Battle of La Lys.

A wounded German prisoner being led by a Portuguese soldier and a soldier from the Division, near Bethune, April Three days after the Battle of La Lys.

WW1: One of the most publicized photos of WW1 shows a British trench during a lull. Note those "resting", two of them on the floor of the trench. One rifleman remains on guard in case the enemy decides on a sudden attack.

One of the most publicized photos of shows a British trench during a lull. Note those "resting", two of them on the floor of the trench. One rifleman remains on guard in case the enemy decides on a sudden attack.

B&W WW2 Photo WWII German POW's Western Front US Army

B&W WW2 Photo WWII German POW's Western Front US Army

two german snipers surrender to gis of the army in koblenz. the youngster on the right was wounded by us return fire. the russians took no sniper prisoners; they were invariably shot on sight

German prisoner is ducking as a shell hits British lines, not far from stretcher bearers.

Soldiers glance at the explosion of a shell nearby as stretcher bearers carry a wounded soldier to the rear.

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