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Scene French town Barastre World War I. Shows bridge over river Selle, built by New Zealand engineers in 13 hours under shell fire. An ambulance and mounted troops are crossing the bridge. Photograph taken October 31, 1918.

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

Scene French town Barastre World War I. Shows bridge over river Selle, built by New Zealand engineers in 13 hours under shell fire. An ambulance and mounted troops are crossing the bridge. Photograph taken October 31, 1918.

French women making camouflage netting screens under British supervision near Arras, France, 4 September 1918.

French women making camouflage netting screens under British supervision near Arras, France, 4 September 1918.

The First World War saw the first widespread use of both fixed-mount and portable mechanical flamethrowers. Reports first appeared in early 1915 after the Germans deployed the weapon against French forces near Verdun.

The First World War saw the first widespread use of both fixed-mount and portable mechanical flamethrowers. Reports first appeared in early 1915 after the Germans deployed the weapon against French forces near Verdun.

Western Front - French Tanks

Western Front - French Tanks

Panoramic view of almost totally destroyed town; crude sign reads, "this was Forges", possibly Forges-les-Eaux.

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

Panoramic view of almost totally destroyed town; crude sign reads, "this was Forges", possibly Forges-les-Eaux.

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