Matthew O'Dolan

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WWI Trenches

Digging trenches near Grodno, Belarus. From a World War I album. Life in the trenches during the First World War took many forms, and varied widely from sector to sector and from front to front.

A tributeto the horses who played a massive role in WW1

In Camp Cody, New Mexico, in 650 officers and enlisted men of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No a Cavalry unit, created this human horse head in tribute to the horses lost in WWI.

Mustachioed man wearing steel helmet with built-on chain screen to protect soldiers' eyes from fragments of shell, rock, etc. during WWI

Chain screens on steel helmet to protect soldier's eyes from fragments of shell, rock, etc. Manufactured by E. Codd Co. Codd Co.


Your Country Needs You Famous Kitchener World War One recruitment poster From The War Memoirs of David Lloyd George published 1933 Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics x

Soldiers prepare to lob "potato masher" grenades from their trench during WWI.

"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.

Ww1 • A Soldier in a trench during the first world war writes letters home • 1914

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 1

Repairing front line trench after bomb explosion fifty yards from enemy trenches. Griffith in civilian clothing. During filming of the motion picture "Hearts of the World" in France