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Ruins of the Lakenhalle (Cloth Hall) and St Martin’s Cathedral, Ypres, October 1917.

Ruins of the Lakenhalle (Cloth Hall) and St Martin’s Cathedral, Ypres, October

View of the gateway to the battlefield of Ypres through Chateau Wood, in the Ypres Salient. Note the soldier in the foreground, taking cover behind the shell damaged tree trunk. 5 November, 1917.

WWI, 5 Nov View of the gateway to the battlefield of Ypres through Chateau Wood, in the Ypres Salient. Note the soldier in the foreground, taking cover behind the shell damaged tree trunk.

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Otto von Bismarck was not a minister of Chancellor of Germany in the First World War (The Great War), was an old man and was forced to give up several years ago by the German Emperor Frederick II.

Ypres then and now … 11 November 1917: Soldiers stand at the ramparts in Ypres, Belgium, during the first world war. The town was reduced to ruins during the four years of the war as it held a strategic position on the route of the German advance into France, the Schlieffen Plan. December 2013: the scene today. In 1920, the decision was made to rebuild Ypres exactly as it was before the war with its medieval and renaissance architecture reconstructed and its remaining fortifications…

Ypres then and now … 11 November Soldiers stand at the ramparts in Ypres…

World War One Battlefields : Flanders: East of Ypres - Potijze, St. Jean & Wieltje

World War One Battlefields : Flanders: East of Ypres - Potijze, St. Jean & Wieltje

2nd Battalion, Scots Guards approaching Ypres on 14 October 1914

Battalion, Scots Guards approaching Ypres on 14 October 1914

Western Front: Western Front (Belgium), Menin Road Area, Westhoek

Western Front: Western Front (Belgium), Menin Road Area, Westhoek

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Ypres 1914.

Ypres 1914.

WWI, 1 Jan 1917; 15th Scottish Div, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) officers enjoying rum ration at Henencourt. © IWM -WWI covered live (@ThisDayInWWI) | Twitter

WWI, 1 Jan Scottish Div, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) officers enjoying rum ration at Henencourt.

1918: The Hotel de Ville in Arras, Northern France, looks more like a medieval ruins after it was heavily shelled during World War One

The World War One wasteland: Haunting rare images show apocalyptic destruction on the Western Front

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German troops fighting off a French attack during the First World War.

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