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Stretcher bearers mired in mud in the Third Battle of Ypres - August 1, 1917

Stretcher bearers mired in mud in the Third Battle of Ypres - August 1, 1917

This is a quick 2-minute video that acts as an overview of what kind of weaponry was used in World War 1. I chose to pin this because there's a great amount of information in this video for someone that's unfamiliar with the technology used in the Great War.

This is a quick 2-minute video that acts as an overview of what kind of weaponry was used in World War 1. I chose to pin this because there's a great amount of information in this video for someone that's unfamiliar with the technology used in the Great War.

A Canadian soldier lights a German prisoner's cigarette during the First World War at Paschendale on the Western Front, November 1917

In their own words: The unpublished photos and letters from the frontline on the 90th anniversary of the Armistice

A Canadian soldier lights a German prisoner's cigarette during the First World War at Paschendale on the Western Front, November 1917

Battle of Passchendaele in 1917 was fought for control of the ridges south & east of Ypres, Belgian.  Estimated total casualties of 848,614.

Top 10 Deadliest Battles of World War I

Battle of Passchendaele in 1917 was fought for control of the ridges south & east of Ypres, Belgian. Estimated total casualties of 848,614.

During the Third Ypres offensive, in the Battle of Broodseinde, Passchendaele Area in Belgium on the 4th of October 1917.   A German Regimental Commander, second from the left, with his Adjutant and Staff being held as prisoners of war in an enclosure at St Jean. This group were captured in a dugout at Poelcapelle.

During the Third Ypres offensive, in the Battle of Broodseinde, Passchendaele Area in Belgium on the 4th of October 1917. A German Regimental Commander, second from the left, with his Adjutant and Staff being held as prisoners of war in an enclosure at St Jean. This group were captured in a dugout at Poelcapelle.

Young German prisoners 1918. Imperial War Museum, London.

Young German prisoners 1918. Imperial War Museum, London.

Assault on Passchendaele 12 October - 6 November  A group of lightly wounded Canadians (possibly 3rd Division) resting for a smoke near Heine House pillbox.  (Photo source - © IWM CO 2212) Canadian Official photographer Rider-Rider, W (Lt)

Assault on Passchendaele 12 October - 6 November A group of lightly wounded Canadians (possibly 3rd Division) resting for a smoke near Heine House pillbox. (Photo source - © IWM CO 2212) Canadian Official photographer Rider-Rider, W (Lt)

World War I - In Spring 1917 the first Americans arrived in Europe to take part in the Great War.

World War I - In Spring 1917 the first Americans arrived in Europe to take part in the Great War.

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