Kerry Thomas

Kerry Thomas

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the trees of the chateau. Dead trees. (Village of Noyon. Oise. France. 1917).

Trees destroyed during battle, Somme, France, 1917 (autochrome)

Royal Artillery man receiving Christmas Gifts on the Western Front, somewhere in France.

A smiling artilleryman with the post for his battery, near Aveluy on the Somme, September (Photograph by Lt. Ernest Brooks) (© IWM Q (Colourised by Doug UK)

A wounded British soldier showing the shrapnel damage to his steel helmet caused near Beaumont-Hamel  on the Somme Front in December 1916. IWM (Q 1778)

Wounded British soldier showing shrapnel damage to his steel helmet near Hamel on the Somme Front, December 1916

British WW1 soldiers with Trench Coat: developed as an alternative to the heavy serge greatcoats worn by British and French soldiers in the First World War

British soldiers with Trench Coat: developed as an alternative to the heavy serge greatcoats worn by British and French soldiers in the First World War

Private Charles Leslie Harding McAdam, 39th Battalion. He served for 3 years as a senior cadet in the 48th Battalion and 2 years in the Citizens Military Forces before enlisting on 18 February 1916. Eyewitness accounts from his Australian Red Cross Wounded and Missing File state "He took part in the stunt on Oct 4th ...he was light in build with very pleasant features and a lovely disposition". He was killed instantly by bullet wound to the chest at the attack on Broodseinde on 4 October…

Studio portrait of 2336 Private (Pte) Charles Leslie Harding McAdam, Battalion. A stationer from Hawthorn, Victoria, Pte McAdam served for three years as a senior cadet in the Battalion,.

'Peter', the mascot of A Coy. 9th Battalion, AIF.

'Peter', the mascot of A Coy.

British soldiers

British troops coming out of a communication trench in the snow. Near Arras, Northern France. February From Colourising History on fb.

AH64 Apache Helicopter Being Transported from Afghanistan Back to the UK

Apache Helicopter Being Transported from Afghanistan Back to the UK