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Dying Splendor of the Old World — Autochrome of Indian soldiers

Sikh soldiers on the Western Front Indian troops saw service in almost every campaign of From the mud of the Western front to the heat and sand of the Middle East. Indian units suffered over casualties including killed.

communication line, 1914.

World War I in Photos: Technology - The Atlantic. A German soldier holds the handset of a field telephone to his head, as two others hold a spool of wire, presumably unspooling it as they head into the field.

Wounded British and Belgium soldiers retreating from Mons during World War I.

1914 - British and Belgium soldiers retreating from Mons - Three Lions/Getty Images

La Primera Guerra Mundial (1914-1918)

World War I was the first global conflict in history, involving 38 countries with a combined population of over billion – three quarters of

Portrait of an unknown British soldier taken prisoner by the Germans, April 1918. (© IWM Q 24045)

Portrait of an unknown British soldier taken prisoner by the Germans, April (© IWM Q - colourised by Doug

« Groupe de poilus du 98e aux Loges », Oise, 24 juillet 1915. Autochrome de Stéphane Passet, inv. A 5895

« Groupe de poilus du 98e aux Loges », Oise, 24 juillet 1915. Autochrome de Stéphane Passet, inv. A 5895

Troops of the British 57th and 59th Divisions (XI Corps) entering Lille, France, 18 October 1918. (IWM)

Troops of the British and Divisions (XI Corps) entering Lille, France, 18 October 1918

A woman gives flowers to a German soldier leaving for the front, Berlin, August 1914

A woman gives flowers to a German soldier leaving for the front, Berlin, August, 1914

Hans Hildenbrand was a German photographer who was famous for taking color photographs during World War I. Following the war he became a photographer for...

Rare World War One Colour Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand,one of 19 official German photographers documenting the war, but the only one to shoot in colour. Hildenbrand’s images were taken mostly in the Alsace and Champagne sectors during 1915 and

3 slightly disheveled Royal Army Medical Corps soldiers

☤ MD ☞✪ " The Lost Tommies" - Three slightly dishevelled young Royal Army Medical Corps men.

Battle of the Lys. British 55th Division troops marching through Bethune, Pas-de-Calais, France, on their way back from the front 10 April 1918.

British Division troops marching through Bethune, Pas-de-Calais, France, on their way back from the front 10 April

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