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Beautiful pictures of landscape still scarred by WWILaid to rest: German cemetery on the battlefield of Tete des Faux - the highest point on the Western Front. 10 million soldiers died in the conflict almost 100 years ago

Beautiful pictures of landscape still scarred by WWILaid to rest: German cemetery on the battlefield of Tete des Faux - the highest point on the Western Front. 10 million soldiers died in the conflict almost 100 years ago

Obliterated: Original site of the village of Butte de Vaquois which was destroyed between Feb 1915 and Feb 1918. American forces captured the hill on Sept 26 1918

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

Obliterated: Original site of the village of Butte de Vaquois which was destroyed between Feb 1915 and Feb 1918. American forces captured the hill on Sept 26 1918

French officers on Hartmannsweilerkopf in the Vosges

French officers on Hartmannsweilerkopf in the Vosges

The London Scottish Regiment kit inspection in Rothes Road, Dorking, 1916.

The London Scottish Regiment kit inspection in Rothes Road, Dorking, 1916.

Système de tunnel Colombie sous les tranchées sur le front occidental: La vue vers le sud-est le long de côté la galerie du pied de l'arbre W

Système de tunnel Colombie sous les tranchées sur le front occidental: La vue vers le sud-est le long de côté la galerie du pied de l'arbre W

FIRST WORLD WAR TRENCHES

FIRST WORLD WAR TRENCHES

Fog of war: Mike St Maur Sheil's picture of a misty winter morning on the Somme - looking towards Lutyens Thiepval memorial in Picardie, France

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

Fog of war: Mike St Maur Sheil's picture of a misty winter morning on the Somme - looking towards Lutyens Thiepval memorial in Picardie, France

The Hello Girls were called "combatants" in WWI -- the first Army women to be so-called because they served in France in response to General Pershing's emergency appeal for bilingual women telephone switchboard operators. They were enlisted and sworn in, but when they returned to the US after the war and asked for their Victory medals, they learned they could not have been. Army regulations stated only "males" were sworn into the Army although most of these women had been sworn in twice.

The Hello Girls were called "combatants" in WWI -- the first Army women to be so-called because they served in France in response to General Pershing's emergency appeal for bilingual women telephone switchboard operators. They were enlisted and sworn in, but when they returned to the US after the war and asked for their Victory medals, they learned they could not have been. Army regulations stated only "males" were sworn into the Army although most of these women had been sworn in twice.

WW1. Belgian soldiers taking aim from atop of train car.(National Library of France)

WW1. Belgian soldiers taking aim from atop of train car.(National Library of France)

Hugo Gutmann (1880-1971) était un ancien combattant juif allemand de la Première Guerre mondiale qui est célèbre connu comme officier supérieur d'Adolf Hitler pendant la guerre, ainsi que l'homme chargé de recommander Hitler Award Hanes de la Croix de fer (First Class) dans 1918e

Hugo Gutmann (1880-1971) était un ancien combattant juif allemand de la Première Guerre mondiale qui est célèbre connu comme officier supérieur d'Adolf Hitler pendant la guerre, ainsi que l'homme chargé de recommander Hitler Award Hanes de la Croix de fer (First Class) dans 1918e

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