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Barbed wire became an all-too-recognizable feature of the Western Front.

Barbed wire became an all-too-recognizable feature of the Western Front.

24 April 1915 - 2nd Battle of Ypres. The Germans release a 2nd attack of chlorine gas, this time against the Cdn lines. ILLUSTRATION: There are no photos of the 2nd Battle of Ypres. The Canadians would not yet hire an official photographer for another year. And the British Army had confiscated all cameras in early 1915. We are left to the newspaper illustrations of the day. This one, called "Men Under Gas" from the Times History of the War Illustrated, 1915.

24 April 1915 - 2nd Battle of Ypres. The Germans release a 2nd attack of chlorine gas, this time against the Cdn lines. ILLUSTRATION: There are no photos of the 2nd Battle of Ypres. The Canadians would not yet hire an official photographer for another year. And the British Army had confiscated all cameras in early 1915. We are left to the newspaper illustrations of the day. This one, called "Men Under Gas" from the Times History of the War Illustrated, 1915.

Week 5 - Inspiration of letter writing: ▶ Battle of the Somme - Real Footage - YouTube

Week 5 - Inspiration of letter writing: ▶ Battle of the Somme - Real Footage - YouTube

Image: State Library of NSW

Image: State Library of NSW

French troops man a lookout in France during a battle in the Argonne Forest during World War One.

French troops man a lookout in France during a battle in the Argonne Forest during World War One.

Vaughan Williams: Symphony No 3 'Pastoral' Vaughan Williams composed his third symphony, 'A Pastoral Symphony', after he returned to England from active service as an officer in the Royal Garrison Artillery on the Western Front. Earlier in the war, he had served as a stretcher-bearer in the Royal Army Medical Corps in France and Salonika.

Vaughan Williams: Symphony No 3 'Pastoral' Vaughan Williams composed his third symphony, 'A Pastoral Symphony', after he returned to England from active service as an officer in the Royal Garrison Artillery on the Western Front. Earlier in the war, he had served as a stretcher-bearer in the Royal Army Medical Corps in France and Salonika.

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