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May 30, 1916 - Royal Navy Moves to Intercept Imperial High Seas Fleet in the North Sea. Pictured - The first moves towards the Battle of Jutland, the 1st and last great naval battle of WW1. By mid-1916, the Royal Navy’s blockade of Germany was beginning to take its toll. Worse, Germany's submarines offensive to starve Britain had ended inconclusively, when American protests forced the German government to cease unrestricted submarine warfare. But Germany had another card up its sleeve...

Damaged cannon tower on the Battle-Cruiser HMS Lion , the result of close battle cruiser SMS Lützow. Battle of Jutland.

Autobus Schneider pb2 de la CGO réquisitionnés pour le transport des troupes à Sainte Menehould, place d’Austerlitz, en février 1915.

The Royal Garrison Artillery at the Somme, c.1916

PARIS 1914, Autochrome Lumière.

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La bataille des Flandres (octobre-novembre 1914)

Lieut. Evan Cecil Nepean: 3rd Bn, Royal Scots Fusiliers, attd. 3rd Bn Royal Fusiliers.. Educated Winchester. Enlisted London Scottish Rgt. 5.11.1914, commissioned 4/1915 & posted to Western Front with the Royal Scots. Served in Salonika for 3 yrs returned to the Front 1918. KIA at Le Catelet 4.10.1918 aged 25. Buried Guizancourt Farm Cemetery, Gouy. Grave Ref: C.25. Son of the late Evan A. Nepean & of Mrs Evelyn M. Nepean.

Rue de Roye coupée par l'explosion d'une mine, 1917.

One of the largest naval battles of WWI re-envisioned. New 3D scans have emerged showing the final resting place of a German Flagship. Looking like a small ridge at the bottom of the North Sea these images actually show SMS Lützow, Admiral Franz von Hipper’s Flagship, scuttled during the Battle of Jutland in 1916. The images were captured by the Royal Navy survey ship HMS Echo which has been visiting Jutland.