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A well armed Saxon sentry from Landwehr Infanterie Regiment 133 somewhere on the Eastern Front.   His helmet is a M1915 type Pickelhaube with removable spike. The helmet is covered by a M1915 Überzug (cover) with dark green L 133 letters and numerals sewn onto the front - dating this picture sometime before October 1916.   Colourised by Leo Courvoisier.  (Source © flickr drakegoodman Collection)

A well armed Saxon sentry from Landwehr Infanterie Regiment 133 somewhere on the Eastern Front. His helmet is a M1915 type Pickelhaube with removable spike. The helmet is covered by a M1915 Überzug (cover) with dark green L 133 letters and numerals sewn onto the front - dating this picture sometime before October 1916. Colourised by Leo Courvoisier. (Source © flickr drakegoodman Collection)

Major Erich Leie was credited with 118 victories in over 500 missions. He recorded 76 victories over the Eastern front, including 32 Sturmovik ground attack aircraft. Of his 42 confirmed victories recorded over the Western front, 30 were Spitfire fighters and one was a four-engine bomber.

Major Erich Leie was credited with 118 victories in over 500 missions. He recorded 76 victories over the Eastern front, including 32 Sturmovik ground attack aircraft. Of his 42 confirmed victories recorded over the Western front, 30 were Spitfire fighters and one was a four-engine bomber.

German soldiers helping a wounded British prisoner. WW1 was the last conflict where sanitary ceasefires were respected. Stretcher bearers from all sides were able to work together in the no man’s land.

German soldiers helping a wounded British prisoner. WW1 was the last conflict where sanitary ceasefires were respected. Stretcher bearers from all sides were able to work together in the no man’s land.

A morbid souvenir : a French soldier holds a Prussian skull still covered by his leather helmet.

A morbid souvenir : a French soldier holds a Prussian skull still covered by his leather helmet.

Exhausted Australian soldiers pose for a candid photograph in the captured Turkish trenches at Lone Pine, Gallipoli Peninsula, on the afternoon of the 6 August 1915.

Exhausted Australian soldiers pose for a candid photograph in the captured Turkish trenches at Lone Pine, Gallipoli Peninsula, on the afternoon of the 6 August 1915.

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