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A dressing station on the Salonika (Macedonian) Front in 1917.

A dressing station on the Salonika (Macedonian) Front in 1917.

Scottish Troops, 51st Highland division, marching to the front, WWI

Scottish Troops, 51st Highland division, marching to the front, WWI

6th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders (51st Division), about to entrain at Fervent 29 March 1918

6th Battalion, Gordon Highlanders (51st Division), about to entrain at Fervent 29 March 1918

An infantryman of 'A' Company, 11th Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, on sentry duty in a captured German trench near the Albert–Bapaume road at Ovillers-la-Boisselle, during the 'Battle of the Somme' in July 1916  (IWM Q 3990)

An infantryman of 'A' Company, 11th Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, on sentry duty in a captured German trench near the Albert–Bapaume road at Ovillers-la-Boisselle, during the 'Battle of the Somme' in July 1916 (IWM Q 3990)

Rum issue to men of the 8th Battalion, Black Watch in the Carnoy Valley soon after the return of the 26th Infantry Brigade, 9th (Scottish) Division, from heavy fighting in the village of Longeuval, 14 - 19 July 1916

Rum issue to men of the 8th Battalion, Black Watch in the Carnoy Valley soon after the return of the 26th Infantry Brigade, 9th (Scottish) Division, from heavy fighting in the village of Longeuval, 14 - 19 July 1916

Battle of the Menin Road Ridge. Storming of Zonnebeke by 3rd Division, 20th September 1917. A view of the battlefield, showing casualties of a Highland Regiment.

Battle of the Menin Road Ridge. Storming of Zonnebeke by 3rd Division, 20th September 1917. A view of the battlefield, showing casualties of a Highland Regiment.

View from the bottom of one of 19 mine craters at Messines Ridge, June 1917

First World War in pictures: 100 astonishing Daily Mirror archive photos showing reality of war

View from the bottom of one of 19 mine craters at Messines Ridge, June 1917

Men of the 2nd Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in a frontline trench on Christmas Day 1914.

Men of the 2nd Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in a frontline trench on Christmas Day 1914.

Obliterated: Original site of the village of Butte de Vaquois which was destroyed between Feb 1915 and Feb 1918. American forces captured the hill on Sept 26 1918

All quiet on the Western Front as haunting images of the Great War's battlefields are revealed before Remembrance Day

Obliterated: Original site of the village of Butte de Vaquois which was destroyed between Feb 1915 and Feb 1918. American forces captured the hill on Sept 26 1918

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