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After years stranded in Antarctica, Frank Hurley returned to find civilization tearing itself apart.

After years stranded in Antarctica, Frank Hurley returned to find civilization tearing itself apart.

Thanks for the spycraft, World War I | BostonGlobe.com.  "The fight that launched an explosion of espionage innovation."

Thanks for the spycraft, World War I

Thanks for the spycraft, World War I | BostonGlobe.com. "The fight that launched an explosion of espionage innovation."

Colour photographs, 1914-1918  WWl French soldiers

Colour photographs, 1914-1918 WWl French soldiers

WWI; Soldiers of the London Scottish Regiment attending to their comrades' graves.

WWI; Soldiers of the London Scottish Regiment attending to their comrades' graves.

American infantryman suffocating on the Western Front.

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

Controversial Topics: THE WESTERN FRONT: A CENTURY LATER - A German prisoner, wounded and muddy, helped by a British soldier along a railway track. A man, possibly in French military uniform, is shown behind them, holding a camera and tripod, ca. 1916. (National Library of Scotland) #

Controversial Topics: THE WESTERN FRONT: A CENTURY LATER - A German prisoner, wounded and muddy, helped by a British soldier along a railway track. A man, possibly in French military uniform, is shown behind them, holding a camera and tripod, ca. 1916. (National Library of Scotland) #

First World War, mobilization, declaration of war: a group of soldiers with a cloth to throw one of them into the air during preparations for the battle at the front. England, 1915

First World War, mobilization, declaration of war: a group of soldiers with a cloth to throw one of them into the air during preparations for the battle at the front. England, 1915

Australian light horseman using a periscope rifle, Gallipoli 1915. The periscope rifle was a rifle attached to the contraption you see in the photo. The goal here was to take aim and fire the weapon without exposing one's head and shoulders above the parapet. The effectiveness of the device was questionable, especially since firing the next shot required operating the bolt.

Australian light horseman using a periscope rifle, Gallipoli 1915. The periscope rifle was a rifle attached to the contraption you see in the photo. The goal here was to take aim and fire the weapon without exposing one's head and shoulders above the parapet. The effectiveness of the device was questionable, especially since firing the next shot required operating the bolt.

An Australian machine gunner has fixed his Lewis gun bipod on a tree stump and opens fire on German planes, Aug 1918. His feeder is ready with another pan magazine. The Lewis was quite effective against WW1 planes and their light structures.

Stunning WWI photography that is both devastating and otherworldly (42 Photos)

An Australian machine gunner has fixed his Lewis gun bipod on a tree stump and opens fire on German planes, Aug 1918. His feeder is ready with another pan magazine. The Lewis was quite effective against WW1 planes and their light structures.

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