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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

FRANCE: WWI battle site tourism: In Pozières, one of the villages that was completely destroyed in World War I and subsequently rebuilt, there is a café and restaurant called “Le Tommy”, which has reconstructed a WWI trench in its back garden for tourists (pictured above), dedicated to the sacrifice of the allied forces. North of Verdun, in the ghost villages that “died for France” and were never rebuilt, discovery trails and memorial sites have been opened to the public around the "red…

FRANCE: WWI battle site tourism: In Pozières, one of the villages that was completely destroyed in World War I and subsequently rebuilt, there is a café and restaurant called “Le Tommy”, which has reconstructed a WWI trench in its back garden for tourists (pictured above), dedicated to the sacrifice of the allied forces. North of Verdun, in the ghost villages that “died for France” and were never rebuilt, discovery trails and memorial sites have been opened to the public around the "red…

This is a really good photo of a Belgian Maxim, although it appears to be staged – the man has his thumbs on the trigger, but there does is not ammo belt in the gun. Share this:EmailFacebookR…

This is a really good photo of a Belgian Maxim, although it appears to be staged – the man has his thumbs on the trigger, but there does is not ammo belt in the gun. Share this:EmailFacebookR…

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Rare Color Photographs from the Trenches of World War I

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Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen http://www.warpoetry.co.uk/owen1.html

Gas Masks and Gas Attacks

Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen http://www.warpoetry.co.uk/owen1.html

Pozieres War Animal Memorial - July 2017 | Australian Dog Lover - Belgian soldiers and their dog teams during World War I.

Pozieres War Animal Memorial - July 2017 | Australian Dog Lover - Belgian soldiers and their dog teams during World War I.

W13 Vintage WWI Belgium Belgian World War Poster WW1 re Print A1 A2 A3 A4 | eBay

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W13 Vintage WWI Belgium Belgian World War Poster WW1 re Print A1 A2 A3 A4 | eBay

Old Postcard. Ww1. Belgian Soldiers Defending A Railway.   Vise Paris No 190.  in Collectables, Postcards, Military, World War I (1914-1918) | eBay

Old Postcard. Ww1. Belgian Soldiers Defending A Railway. Vise Paris No 190. in Collectables, Postcards, Military, World War I (1914-1918) | eBay

Belgian soldiers, 1914. Pierre's Photo Impressions of the Western Front

Belgian soldiers, 1914. Pierre's Photo Impressions of the Western Front

WWI, Dec 1914, 18-pounder of the Royal Field Artillery in action near Houplines. The gunner on the left is setting the fuse on the nose cap of the shell. - ://www.johndclare.net/images/Artillery_gunners.JPG

WWI, Dec 1914, 18-pounder of the Royal Field Artillery in action near Houplines. The gunner on the left is setting the fuse on the nose cap of the shell. - ://www.johndclare.net/images/Artillery_gunners.JPG

Lewis machine gunners, Hollebeke, Belgium, World War I, c1914-c1918. Belgian soldiers pose with British Tommies at the junction of the Belgian and British lines. Stereoscopic card detail.

Lewis machine gunners, Hollebeke, Belgium, World War I, c1914-c1918. Belgian soldiers pose with British Tommies at the junction of the Belgian and British lines. Stereoscopic card detail.

Antwerp 1914. Belgium had a weak fighting force of 117,000 troops, but the Germans did not subdue the defenses of the city until October, when the last elements of Belgian opposition surrendered. Germany remained in control of Belgium until their surrender in November 1918, managing to hold onto Brussels until the end of the war.

Antwerp 1914. Belgium had a weak fighting force of 117,000 troops, but the Germans did not subdue the defenses of the city until October, when the last elements of Belgian opposition surrendered. Germany remained in control of Belgium until their surrender in November 1918, managing to hold onto Brussels until the end of the war.

Colourised photo showing belgian soldier with their dogs, which were used to carry equipment or machineguns, 1914.

Colourised photo showing belgian soldier with their dogs, which were used to carry equipment or machineguns, 1914.