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WWI, 1915, Loos -"Where the British 'Break-Through' Took Place. The early morning attack on the mining village of Loos." The Graphic, via Ebay

WWI, 1915, Loos -"Where the British 'Break-Through' Took Place. The early morning attack on the mining village of Loos." The Graphic, via Ebay

Historical reality: French soldiers at Verdun in 1916. Photographer Michael St Maur Sheil has taken images of the landscapes today which show signs of old battles

All quiet on the Western Front as haunting images of the Great War's battlefields are revealed before Remembrance Day

Historical reality: French soldiers at Verdun in Photographer Michael St Maur Sheil has taken images of the landscapes today which show signs of old battles

Le Miroir, 24 sept 1916;"Region of big craters, Champagne". WWI

Le Miroir, 24 sept of big craters, Champagne".

WWI, 16 April 1917,Position of tanks,  Nivelle Offensive. -http://images.mesdiscussions.net/pages14-18/mesimages/2548/Trancheeducapitole01.jpg

WWI, 16 April 1917,Position of tanks, Nivelle Offensive. -http://images.mesdiscussions.net/pages14-18/mesimages/2548/Trancheeducapitole01.jpg

WWI, Surroundings of Gommécourt, Pas-de-Calais, British advance.

WWI, Surroundings of Gommécourt, Pas-de-Calais, British advance.

WWI, 1915, Vosges - via Ebay

French Mountain troops ("Chasseurs Alpins") on the Vosgian front.

WWI, Jan 1916; Hartmanswillerkopf, Vosges, French soldiers with a tree. -Le Flambeau/Gallica

WWI, Jan Hartmanswillerkopf, Vosges, French soldiers with a tree.

La guerre par ceux qui l'ont vécue | La guerre 14-18

65 OF In this 1917 file photo, an unidentified World War I soldier walks along wooden planks placed over the mud of Flanders' Fields near the Yperlee Canal near Ypres, Belgium.

USS Siboney - US transport ship returning from France at the end of WWI.

USS Siboney - US transport ship returning from France at the end of WWI.

Bataillons-Kommando am Monte Forno.  http://www.bildarchivaustria.at/Preview/15735152.jpg

Bataillons-Kommando am Monte Forno. http://www.bildarchivaustria.at/Preview/15735152.jpg