Labour Corps, Western Front. The picture appears to show members of the South African Native Labour Contingent.
Gurkha soldiers, Brighton Pavilion. During the First World War, millions of wounded soldiers had to be accommodated in the UK; Brighton Pavilion was used for Indian troops from 1914 to 1916, and later for British wounded (Indian troops had moved to the Middle East after 1916).
British soldier with fixed bayonet, First World War, 1914-1918.
The Most Powerful Images Of World War I
The Most Powerful Images Of World War I A smiling soldier sitting in the mud near the western front, eating a spoonful of hot food. This would appear to be one of a series of official photographs showing the soldiers’ rations, possibly intended to reassure their families at home
French soldier confronts an elder German civilian during the occupation of the Ruhr area, 1923
Black American World War I soldier holding a U.S. model Enfield rifle (c. 1917) .