COHSE: Women's Reserve Ambulance - World War One - Miss Haverfield in SWH uniform

COHSE: Women's Reserve Ambulance - World War One - Miss Haverfield in Scottish Womens Hospital uniform

In the trenches rats were a big problem. They ate up both the corpses and the rations of soldiers.

German soldiers displaying their killed rats. The arrival of trench warfare created ideal conditions for rats, and tens of millions are said to have plagued the Western Front.

WW1. The Trench of the Bayonets. After the war this trench was found where about 20 French soldiers had been buried alive by shell bursts, leaving the muzzles of their rifles sticking up through the earth, their bodies underneath. An American built a monument to preserve the eerie scene, which is still visible at the battlefield of Verdun today. Source delcampe.net.

The Trench of the Bayonets. After the war this trench was found where about 20 French soldiers had been buried alive by shell bursts, leaving the muzzles of their rifles sticking up through the earth,.

WW1.  German Squad reacting to nearby heavy explosion. - greatwarimages.com

German Squad reacting to nearby heavy explosion

A British sentry cuts a lonely picture as he stands at his post at sunrise in France, March 1915

World War One realities pictured: 30 emotive images

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A French anti-aircraft battery in Bucy-le-Long, Despite the growing use and importance of aircraft during the war, most armies had yet to introduce anti-aircraft weapons. As such troops used whatever machine-guns they could lay their hands on.

some WW1 pictures - Imgur

some WW1 pictures - Imgur

some WW1 pictures - Imgur

some WW1 pictures - Imgur

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