Soldats d'infanterie, munis de masques, prêts à aller à l'assaut : [photographie de presse] / Agence Meurisse
Soldats d'infanterie, munis de masques, prêts à aller à l'assaut : [photographie de presse] / Agence Meurisse -- 1915 -- images
The Great War in Portraits – in pictures
Astonishing medical drawings of mutilated soldiers, scenes from the Somme, and paintings that reveal the filth and gore forced into the minds of all involved ... for the first world war’s centenary, the National Portrait Gallery has put on an exhibition that truly shows the haunting horror of war
World War I
In Artois. Arrival of British reinforcements. The division halts in a village. In Marseille. Russian soldiers recover their weapons, which are distributed by Senegalese. Italian front. Medical dogs in the trenches of Carso. On the Champagne front. Boat loaded with men crossing a canal from an outpost on the other side. On the Somme front. The donkeys who supply food to the men in the trenches. Source: Université de Caen Basse Normandie
Extraordinary First World War Art, From Initial Sketches To Finished Paintings
The Imperial War Museum have shared this remarkable collection of iconic World War One art, showing the creative process from sketch to final painting.