Almost 30,000 Irish men and women who died in the First World War will be remembered today on the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the conflict.
Digital Imaging Project: Art historical images of architecture and sculpture from Prehistoric to Post-modern art. Scanned from slides taken on site by Mary Ann Sullivan, Bluffton College.
The never-before-seen images of Western Front troops were uncovered almost a century after they were taken having lay hidden in an attic in a farm house in Vignacourt, northern France.
These remarkable photos, published for the first time, give a rare and uncensored view of the horrors of the First World War from behind enemy lines.
This picture is part of a previously unpublished set of World War One images from a private collection. The photographs offer an unusual view of varied and contrasting aspects of the conflict, from high tech artillery to mobile pigeon lofts, and from officers partying in their headquarters to the grim reality of life and death in the trenches.
Jack Turner's War - "The experience of the 1914-1918 Great War left a lasting mark on the youth of Canada. Over the years however, that experience has been generalized and sanitized in history books so that long-ago events in distant countries no longer seem real. The authentic voices of those who actually served and experienced the horror of war are now seldom heard."