Francesco Caccioni

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In German troops sit on the steps of the Vareddes Town Hall, France, during the First Battle of the Marne. 1914 photo by Print Collector/Getty Images. 2014 photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

German soldiers resting on the steps of the Town hall of Vareddes in France in during the first battle of the Marne in 1914 overlaid on a March 12, 2014 photo of the same building. (First photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images. Second photo by The Print Collector/Print Collector/Getty Images)

In German troops sit on the steps of the Vareddes Town Hall, France, during the First Battle of the Marne. 1914 photo by Print Collector/Getty Images. 2014 photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

Sergeant Stubby was America's first war dog. He was the most decorated war dog of World War I, and the only one to be promoted to sergeant after he successfully located and captured a German spy. This one goes out to you Stubby -- what an amazing dog!

Jack Brutus was the official mascot for Company K of the First Connecticut Volunteer Infantry during the Spanish-American War. Unlike Sergeant Stubby, Jack was never in the action nor had a rank. He died in 1898 of spinal troubles and other complications.

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘La Mitrailleuse’ 1915; Tate Museum

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘La Mitrailleuse’ 1915 As a Futurist, Nevinson initially celebrated and embraced the violence and mechanised speed of the modern age. But his experience as an ambulance driver in the First World War changed his view.

‘The Sea of Galilee: Aeroplanes Attacking Turkish Boats’, 1919, by Sydney Carline. | Extraordinary First World War Art, From Initial Sketches To Finished Paintings

The Imperial War Museum have shared this remarkable collection of iconic World War One art, showing the creative process from sketch to final painting.

Extraordinary First World War Art, From Initial Sketches To Finished Paintings

The Imperial War Museum have shared this remarkable collection of iconic World War One art, showing the creative process from sketch to final painting.