Mark Sheldon

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World War I in the trenches.

"Soldiers prepare to lob "potato masher" grenades from their trench during WWI." World War I started in the US did not enter the war until and the war ended in 1919 over the Treater of Versailles.

1914 and World War One: German troops advance cautiously through enemy territory. Note their spike helmets, identifying them as German, ca. 1914-15.

1914 and World War One: German troops advance cautiously through enemy territory. Note their spiked helmets, identifying them as early-war combatants, ca.

Australian Soldiers during World War I, Remembering all that have fought for their Country.

Troopers of the Australian Battalion in their trenches during the Battle of Fromelles, 19 July, Formed in the middle of February 1916 and assigned to the Brigade, Division and moved to France in June of that year.

WWI: “We can see a small group of soldiers coming out of a trench, over the protective sandbag wall. They have their bayonets fixed, ready for an attack. It is not clear whether this is a staged photo or not. The work of official photographer Charles Hilton DeWitt form an important record, their documentary value must be assessed with caution. Girdwood’s was an explicitly propagandist role on behalf of the war effort in general and the India Office in particular.” - The British Library.

“We can see a small group of soldiers coming out of a trench, over the protective sandbag wall. They have their bayonets fixed, ready for an attack. It is not clear whether this is a staged photo or not. The works of official photographer Charles.