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War on the frontiers of Austria-Hungary -- in the Balkans and in Italy. Allied troops in Greece establish the Macedonian Front but do not advance, the Centra.

Nurses leaving London's Charing Cross Railway Station for The London Hospital to help with the wounded coming back from Belgium in 1914. Daily Mirror Archive

Nurses leaving London's Charing Cross train station for The London Hospital to help with the wounded coming back from Belgium in September 1914

Canadians troops passing the ruined Cloth Hall while on their way to relieve the Australian troops at Passchendaele. Passchendaele was later captured, after the withdrawal of Australian forces from the Ypres area, on 10 November 1917 by the 1st Canadian Division.

scrapironflotilla: “Canadians troops passing the ruined Cloth Hall while on their way to relieve the Australian troops at Passchendaele. Passchendaele was later captured, after the withdrawal of Australian forces from the Ypres area, on 10 November.

Rusmea : 100 anos atrás - a primeira guerra mundial em fotos

British soldiers on motorcycles in the Dardanelles, part of the Ottoman Empire, prior to the Battle of Gallipoli. (Bibliotheque nationale de France) I in Photos: Introduction - The Atlantic

South African Military History Society - Journal - MILITARY SIGNALLING IN EAST AFRICA - This Day in History: Mar 5, 1916: SA troops invade East Africa in World War I http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

Mar German South African troops invade East Africa in World War I

An Australian soldier writes home from his billet on the Somme front, 1916

An Australian soldier writes a letter home from his billet on the Somme front, 1916

A 26 year old British 'Tommie' who not long after this was taken, died at 'High Wood' the Somme, 15/9/16.

A 26 year old British 'Tommie' who not long after this was taken, died at 'High Wood' the Somme,

The 6th Australian light-horse regiment on the move in Jerusalem, c.1918

The Australian Light Horse Regiment, Light Horse Brigade marching through Sheikh Jarrah, on the way to Mount Scopus, Jerusalem Oct. 1918 (Source - Library of Congress) (Colourised by Royston Leonard from the UK)

South African Military History Society - Journal - MILITARY SIGNALLING IN EAST AFRICA - This Day in History: Mar 5, 1916: SA troops invade East Africa in World War I http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

South African Military History Society - Journal - MILITARY SIGNALLING IN EAST AFRICA - This Day in History: Mar 5, 1916: SA troops invade East Africa in World War I http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

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