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This image shows an Indian cavalry horse hospital in a French factory in 1915. Cavalry divisions still played a crucial...
This photograph shows an officer in his hut, which is dug into the side of a trench. The walls are reinforced with sandb...
This is a secret paper that was written by Colonel Sir Bruce Seton to address the question of the degree of prevalence, ...
What is this? The start of the First World War saw the publication of large amounts of supportive, patriotic ephemera d...
Published in December 1916, this map of the Somme region marks the Allied advances there during the previous five months...
A 16-mile wide area of front around the River Somme, at the extreme right of the British held front line, was selected f...
Compared with the advances made by the Allied attack upon the German front line in July 1916, this update on the progres...
What is this excerpt about? Dr James Rutherford Morison rejected medical expectations of an earlier era and instituted...
What is this? The start of the First World War saw the publication of large amounts of supportive, patriotic ephemera ...
This photograph shows injured and killed soldiers lying in a field after charging, presumably from a trench to try to ga...
What is this? This is a series of four photographs copyrighted by four individuals from Vancouver at some time in 1918....
What does the drawing reveal about daily life in the trenches? Sir Aylmer Gould Hunter Weston was a Major General durin...
This 1916 map illustrates the ethnographic make-up of Central Europe for a high-level strategic audience such as the War...
About this map The word Balkan is Turkish and means ‘mountain’. The Balkans, or the Balkan Peninsula, is a region in the...
This is an excerpt from a letter written by an Indian Post Office clerk, Abdul Rahim, to Fatah Muhammad Syal in London,...