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WW1; The remains of an Italian soldier on a ridge of the Brestovac Valley, November 1917.

WW1; The remains of an Italian soldier on a ridge of the Brestovac Valley, November 1917.

History Wars. WW I. French soldiers with a German prisoner after a fight.

History Wars. WW I. French soldiers with a German prisoner after a fight.

Bringing in the Wounded - This photograph shows the particularly bad conditions at the Battle of Passchendaele in November 1917. Shellfire and muddy conditions at the front could delay medical treatment of the wounded for hours or, in the worst cases, days. Clearing the battlefield quickly ensured that wounded soldiers did not die from shock or blood loss before they received medical attention.

Bringing in the Wounded - This photograph shows the particularly bad conditions at the Battle of Passchendaele in November 1917. Shellfire and muddy conditions at the front could delay medical treatment of the wounded for hours or, in the worst cases, days. Clearing the battlefield quickly ensured that wounded soldiers did not die from shock or blood loss before they received medical attention.

Amazing...  Aerial view of a system of trenches, 1917. The image shows a system of trenches made ​​during the First World War. On the right you can see the trenches of the Germans and the English are left, in the center is the no mans land." The photo was taken in Artois, France, on July 22, 1917.

Amazing... Aerial view of a system of trenches, 1917. The image shows a system of trenches made ​​during the First World War. On the right you can see the trenches of the Germans and the English are left, in the center is the no mans land." The photo was taken in Artois, France, on July 22, 1917.

Life at the front - Horses did much of the dirty work.  From the era of gun and cannon on  certainly with the onset of "modern" warfare (19th C on) horses were literally worked to death even when they were not actively killed by gunshot/artillery fire--having insufficient food and little or no shelter contributed to the terrible attrition. SHAME ON US!!!

Life at the front - Horses did much of the dirty work. From the era of gun and cannon on certainly with the onset of "modern" warfare (19th C on) horses were literally worked to death even when they were not actively killed by gunshot/artillery fire--having insufficient food and little or no shelter contributed to the terrible attrition. SHAME ON US!!!

Verdun, 1916 Photo of a soldier’s hand left on the battlefield after the battle of Verdun in WWI. It is a horrific photo, not because of any gore and violence being seen. The hand is what is left from the violence that has occurred and leaves, in the viewers mind, the images of all the violence that must occurred before this image was captured.

Verdun, 1916 Photo of a soldier’s hand left on the battlefield after the battle of Verdun in WWI. It is a horrific photo, not because of any gore and violence being seen. The hand is what is left from the violence that has occurred and leaves, in the viewers mind, the images of all the violence that must occurred before this image was captured.

German Soldiers crawl out from a bunker into a trench. Where and when this image was taken are unknown, though the helmet depicts a Prussian regiment.

German Soldiers crawl out from a bunker into a trench. Where and when this image was taken are unknown, though the helmet depicts a Prussian regiment.

a soldier runs under fire. arnhem, 1944. unattributed. WWiI, Netherlands

a soldier runs under fire. arnhem, 1944. unattributed. WWiI, Netherlands

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