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A Woman In Love And War: Vera Brittain

A Woman In Love And War: Vera Brittain

The Tragedy of my ‘Mirror Image’ Family - Author Christopher Hepworth

Five soldiers silhouetted while on the march during the First World War Battle of Broodseinde.  Collection Imperial War Museum

Five soldiers silhouetted while on the march during the First World War Battle of Broodseinde.

1914 - 1st World war - Highlights of The first week in the Illustrated London News - For Lord Kitchener's new army young men beseiging the recruiting office in London

1914 - 1st World war - Highlights of The first week in the Illustrated London News - For Lord Kitchener's new army young men beseiging the recruiting office in London

1917 World War 1 Fashion by clotho98, via Flickr

French War-Work Costume from the September 1917 issue of "Women's Home Companion" magazine.

Land girls in trousers

How the first world war changed women's fashion

A new book reveals how Land Girls, shorter hem lines and Coco Chanel marked a sea change in the way women dressed after world war one

A combat engineer listens to German movement near Verdun, 1915. - Found via Buzzfeed

A combat engineer listening to German movement near Verdun, 1915 Photo credit: Rex USA — in Verdun.

British military nurses and the Great War: a guide to the services, copyright Sue Light

British Military Nurses and the Great War: a Guide to the Services is a brief description of the nursing services that worked under the auspices of the War Office during the Great War

Ragtime dancing was all the rage before, during and after the Great War, thanks to dancing legends Irene and Vernon Castle who brought ballroom dances to the masses. Livy and Friedrick enjoy dancing the foxtrot, waltz, and one-step at the public dance halls, especially with each other, in HOPE AT DAWN. #HopeatDawn

Ragtime dancing was all the rage before, during and after the Great War, thanks to dancing legends Irene and Vernon Castle who brought ballroom dances to the masses.(Dances to note: dancing the foxtrot, waltz, and one-step at the public dance halls)

German soldiers helping a wounded British prisoner. WW1 was the last conflict where sanitary ceasefires were respected. Stretcher bearers from all sides were able to work together in the no man’s land.

German soldiers helping a wounded British prisoner. was the last conflict where sanitary ceasefires were respected. Stretcher bearers from all sides were able to work together in the nom man’s.

"This grey is equipped to carry a Vickers machine-gun," war horses, our unsung heroes.

Unshakeable courage of the real War Horses: The eight million forgotten animals who were killed on the frontline

Valcartier photos - 1914 Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) On guard duty.

Valcartier photos - 1914 Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) On guard duty.

Edith Garrud. Jujitsu

{Mrs Edith Margaret Garrud}, "She was the suffragette who taught the other suffragettes jiu-jitsu to protect themselves, and ran a dojo with her daughter"

Piccadilly Circus with no buses during the transport strike in the last few months of WW1 c.1918.

Piccadilly Circus with no buses during the transport strike in the last few…

A war disabled man who lost both of his arms as a soldier in World War I works on a workbench using both of his arm prostheses. Date and place unknown. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

A war disabled man, who lost both of his arms as a soldier in World War I, works on a workbench using both of his arm prostheses. Date and place unknown.

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