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WWI, Nov 1916, Somme; The soldier on the left has been extricated from the mud into which he had sunk up to the arm pits. Beaumont Hamel. ©IWM

In this story the antagonist is war. Giving the main character Henry a near death experience.

Soldiers Paying Tribute to the horses and donkeys that died

Soldiers Paying Tribute

Funny pictures about Soldiers Paying Tribute. Oh, and cool pics about Soldiers Paying Tribute. Also, Soldiers Paying Tribute photos.

QAIMNS nurses WWI. [World War I Nurses were members of the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service (QAIMNS) and there were about 10,000 regular and reserve QAs serving in countries such as France, India, East Africa, Italy, Palestine, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Salonika and Russia.]

Information about the QARANC The Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps

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Civilians and soldiers of the Royal Army Medical Corps distribute refreshments to British wounded in France, 1916.

A Japanese soldier attempts in vain to rouse his dead comrade.

The Royal Army Medical Corps, which had both civilians and soldiers conscripts, distribute refreshments to wounded soldiers in France - Photo credit: PA Photos / PA Archive / Press Association Images

US soldiers of the 3rd Division, 30th Infantry Regiment. Note the rings on their left pinkie fingers.

US soldiers of the Division, Infantry Regiment. Note the rings on their left pinkie fingers.

WW1 Red Cross Nurse cares for a French soldier in an overseas medical hospital.

Red Cross Nurse cares for a French soldier in an overseas medical hospital.

In the trenches, WWI. (Side note: looks like a captured German helmet on the bottom right corner)

In the trenches, WWI. Pinner wrote: (Side note: looks like a captured German helmet on the bottom right corner)

French soldiers of the 370th Infantry Regiment eat soup during the battle of the Aisne in 1917.

Rare Color Photographs from the Trenches of World War I

French soldiers of the Infantry Regiment eat soup during the battle of the Aisne in Rare WWI color photograph made with an Autochrome Lumière technique.

Australian troops,Ypres 1917

This photo shows the effects of the brutal combat evident in Word War It shows how devastating War truly is with the copious amounts or injuries and mental traumas being shown here.

WW1. Diggers outside a tunnel                                                                                                                                                                                 More

This picture shows an opening to one of the tunnels in Northern France, with American soldiers standing outside the capture dug-out

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