British soldier with fixed bayonet, First World War, 1914-1918.

An Ingarian soldier on the Prossan front during the Fourth Great Inga-Strangian War

WW1, British Forces: Men of the Border Regiment resting in shallow dugouts near Thiepval Wood during the Battle of the Somme during August 1916.Typical example of WW1 soldiers having to live like rats in trench warfare battlegrounds.

British Forces: Men of the Border Regiment resting in shallow dugouts near Thiepval Wood during the Battle of the Somme, August

Highway to hell: Soldiers gingerly make their way across a path made of wooden duckboards in Chateau Wood near Ypres, Flanders, during the battle of Passchendaele in 1917. Shelling has reduced the wood's trees to gaunt skeletons

Dramatic photographs from WW1 that show the carnage... and courage

Highway to hell: Soldiers gingerly make their way across a path made of wooden duckboards in Chateau Wood near Ypres, Flanders, during the battle of Passchendaele in Shelling has reduced the wood's trees to gaunt skeletons.

Since the First World War was fought at a time of major changes in artistic movements, the period is particularly rich with a variety of...

Paul Nash, Wire - This pieces MOVES me SO much. It crawls under your skin.

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I

World War I soldiers in trenches during write letters home. Life in the trenches was summed up by the phrase which later became well-known: "Months of boredom punctuated by moments of extreme terror." (Netherlands Nationaal Archief) in Atlantic Monthly

World War I in Photos: The Western Front Part II, and Armistice - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part II, and Armistice

An undated archive picture shows German soldiers (rear) offering to surrender to French troops, seen from a listening post in a trench at Massiges, northeastern France. (Photo by Collection Odette Carrez/Reuters)

Two British soldiers stand in a wrecked German trench at Ginchy, France. The trench appear to run between two rows of trees, which have been devastated by shellfire. Both soldiers are wearing steel helmets. | First World War Poetry Digital Archive

Two British soldiers stand in a wrecked German trench at Ginchy, France. The trench appear to run between two rows of trees, which have been devastated by shellfire. Both soldiers are wearing steel helmets.

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Reuters and collection of WW1 images previously unseen The images, captured by an unknown photographer, depict various scenes from the 1914-1918 conflict, which killed millions and set the stage for World War Two.

Unseen images from the Front

An undated archive picture shows a French soldier in a sap trench just after being shelled at Mont Tetu near Massiges,eastern France.

Set of four aluminum trench art rings, showing the various stages of development, from the fragment of German aluminum nose cone through to completed ring decorated with eagle from German button.

EPH Item of 'trench art' made by Sapper E Southgate (Royal Engineers) whilst he was manning an underground telephone exchange in the Ypres district during the First World War

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