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Desolate: A solitary soldier wades through the swamps of Zonnebeke at the Battle of Passchendaele, France. The battle is known for being fought on a shattered landscape of mud. It took place on the Western Front, from July to November 1917. This photo is part of a collection that has been colourised to bring the grim reality of war to life

Incredible images show British soldiers smiling in the trenches, Indian cavalry at the Somme in 1916, and a solitary soldier traipsing though mud at Passchendaele.

Grim reality of life in the First World War trenches brought to life in incredible 100-year-old colourised photos

THE grim reality of World War One for soldiers across the globe has been brought back to life in a series of vivid colourised pictures. Incredible images show British soldiers at captured trenches,…

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Seen for the first time in over a century, this is a series of portraits taken around 1900 at the Working Lads Institute, known today as the Whitechapel Mission.

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

New Zealand soldiers prepare to fire a cannon in Le Quesnoy, France in 1918. Despite the advent of armored vehicles, bomber aircraft and portable machine guns, the old-fashioned artillery piece reigned supreme in the First World War

Incredible images show British soldiers smiling in the trenches, Indian cavalry at the Somme in 1916, and a solitary soldier traipsing though mud at Passchendaele.

World War I Field: More Than 100 Years Later

Although we cannot get into the minds of the people waiting in a queue on a cold day in Chukotka, Soviet Union back in 1985 to get wine, or what the daredevil sky boys who built the Empire State Building in 1930-31 were thinking when balancing unsecured on the 88th floor, we can get a fairly good glimpse into the wonders of history.

Christmas Truce Of 1914 During The First World War

Mads Madsen is 25 years old and lives in Denmark where he's pursuing a Master's degree in the Classics (ancient Greece and Rome). However, his fascination with history doesn't end there.

Photos From Inside A Captured First World War German U-Boat (1918) - Flashbak

Like the innards of some hellish behemoth gutted on the banks of the Tyne, these photographs show the cramped, claustrophobic interior of U-boat 110.

For much of the First World War, the small French village of Vignacourt was always behind the front lines ¿ as a staging point, casualty clearing station and recreation area for troops of all nationalities moving up to and then back from the battlefields on the Somme.

The never-before-seen images of Western Front troops were uncovered almost a century after they were taken having lay hidden in an attic in a farm house in Vignacourt, northern France.