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Shelter built by Belgian troops to protect them from the cold, World War I, 1914. © lookandlearn / Elgar Collection

Shelter built by Belgian troops to protect them from the cold, World War I, 1914. © lookandlearn / Elgar Collection

Transhipping supplies at a railhead from standard gauge trains to lorries for transport to a forward refilling point. Q 10450.

Transhipping supplies at a railhead from standard gauge trains to lorries for transport to a forward refilling point. Q 10450.

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 13553)   Major-General Altham, Inspector-General Line of Communications, (nearest camera) visiting Suvla with Commander Unwin, V. C., R. N., Beach Master at Suvla.

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 13553) Major-General Altham, Inspector-General Line of Communications, (nearest camera) visiting Suvla with Commander Unwin, V. C., R. N., Beach Master at Suvla.

Infantry lines North of Jerusalem, near Nebi Samuel, 1917. The Battle of Jerusalem ended up with British forces taking control of Jerusalem from the Ottoman Empire

Infantry lines North of Jerusalem, near Nebi Samuel, 1917. The Battle of Jerusalem ended up with British forces taking control of Jerusalem from the Ottoman Empire

Before 17 May 1915. Group with Simpson and his donkey "Murphy", Gallipoli. From left: Lieutenant Colonel W B Lesslie, a Canadian officer attached to the Royal Enginers; Private John Simpson Kirkpatrick, 3rd Field Ambulance; Lieutenant-Colonel Edmund Bowler, Beach Commander Gallipoli; and Major C H Villiers-Stuart, Intelligence Officer. In front is Kirkpatrick's donkey "Murphy". Queen Elizabeth II Army Memorial Museum: Photographs of NZ forces,  World War I. Ref: 1/2-168106-F. Alexander…

Before 17 May 1915. Group with Simpson and his donkey "Murphy", Gallipoli. From left: Lieutenant Colonel W B Lesslie, a Canadian officer attached to the Royal Enginers; Private John Simpson Kirkpatrick, 3rd Field Ambulance; Lieutenant-Colonel Edmund Bowler, Beach Commander Gallipoli; and Major C H Villiers-Stuart, Intelligence Officer. In front is Kirkpatrick's donkey "Murphy". Queen Elizabeth II Army Memorial Museum: Photographs of NZ forces, World War I. Ref: 1/2-168106-F. Alexander…

M1916 37mm gun    The M1916 37mm gun was developed by the French and used primarily by French and American forces in WWI for destroying machine gun emplacements. It was fairly good at this under fluid, mobile conditions, but inferior to mortars for static trench warfare. It was still in limited service by World War II, but generally relegated to training and use as a sub-caliber addition for larger guns.

M1916 37mm gun The M1916 37mm gun was developed by the French and used primarily by French and American forces in WWI for destroying machine gun emplacements. It was fairly good at this under fluid, mobile conditions, but inferior to mortars for static trench warfare. It was still in limited service by World War II, but generally relegated to training and use as a sub-caliber addition for larger guns.

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