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Eggs for Soldiers // Help for Heroes

Eggs for Soldiers // Help for Heroes

Boiled egg and Soldiers, probably known by every British child! Soldiers are usually sliced white buttered toast cut into strips small enough to dip in the egg!

Boiled egg and Soldiers, probably known by every British child! Soldiers are usually sliced white buttered toast cut into strips small enough to dip in the egg!

"Take me back to dear old Blighty" Battle of Flers-Courcelette. A stretcher borne wounded soldier waves his helmet (and leg) as he is carried in by German prisoners. Near Ginchy, 15th September 1916. © IWM (Q 1321) Photographer - Lt. Ernest Brooks

"Take me back to dear old Blighty" Battle of Flers-Courcelette. A stretcher borne wounded soldier waves his helmet (and leg) as he is carried in by German prisoners. Near Ginchy, 15th September 1916. © IWM (Q 1321) Photographer - Lt. Ernest Brooks

History in Photos: World War I. Wounded Canadian soldiers en route for Blighty, ca. 1918

History in Photos: World War I. Wounded Canadian soldiers en route for Blighty, ca. 1918

14-18 NOW and Brighton Festival light up Brighton Pavilion for Dr Blighty, which commemorates the Indian soldiers who fought for the allies in the First World War, in Brighton, England.

14-18 NOW and Brighton Festival light up Brighton Pavilion for Dr Blighty, which commemorates the Indian soldiers who fought for the allies in the First World War, in Brighton, England.

In the week that communities up and down the country fell silent to remember fallen servicemen and women, we've gathered 30 images from World War One as we mark the centenary

World War One realities pictured: 30 emotive images

In the week that communities up and down the country fell silent to remember fallen servicemen and women, we've gathered 30 images from World War One as we mark the centenary

Foot Guards - are infantry regiments of the Household Division, recognisable by the bearskin worn on their heads. They are responsible for the military security of the sovereign. These are the Coldstream Guards Corps. of Drums from the Massed Bands of the Foot Guards, marching back to Buckingham Palace after 'Trooping the Colour'.

Foot Guards - are infantry regiments of the Household Division, recognisable by the bearskin worn on their heads. They are responsible for the military security of the sovereign. These are the Coldstream Guards Corps. of Drums from the Massed Bands of the Foot Guards, marching back to Buckingham Palace after 'Trooping the Colour'.

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