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WW1, 31 August 1916, Aerial Photograph of the Western Front, 36B N.E. L 23…

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The severe effects of shellshock, what we now know as PTSD, on a WWI soldier

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

The 9th British Lancers charging German artillery in France, 1916. || The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

Private Ernest Henry Lea Maclaren, died 4 August 1916, WW1, Somme. Unit: 27th Battalion, Australian Infantry, Australian Imperial Force. © IWM

WW1, 25 August 1916; British captain leads horse with dog near Amiens, France. Colour by Doug. ––Terrierman's Daily Dose: Dogs of World War I

WW1, 7 August 1916, Battle of the Somme. Transport for the Devonshire Regiment, with troops and horses resting near Fricourt. © IWM ( Q 1135)

WW1. 2nd Lieutenant Frank Douglas Sowerby, died of wounds 1 August 1916, Somme. Unit: 4th (Queen's Own) Hussars, Special Reserve, attached to the 18th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. © IWM ( HU 126737)

These Are the Brave and Fluffy Cats Who Served in World War I

Two men of the 9th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders (15th Division) with their pet cat. "Martinpuich," August 25th, 1916. [IWM] These Are the Brave and Fluffy Cats Who Served in World War I

BATTLES SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER (Q 4100) Worcestershires in the trenches at Ovillers. Sentry looking out through a loop-hole. August 1916.

'Humanity' Bearer Post, Cambrin Sector, August 1916: The First Field Ambulance, by Gilbert Rogers, 1916.