The Battle of the Somme, July-november 1916
Battle of Albert. Scene in a communication trench before an attack. July 1916.
The Battle of the Somme. German prisoners in the divisional POW camp at Acheux,
French and British soldiers on the Somme, 7 July 1916.
The Battle of the Somme - was it in vain ?
AP Photo/PA, File This photo dated July 1, 1916, shows British infantrymen occupying a shallow trench in a ruined landscape before an advance during the ...
The battle continues until November 1916.
Taken at 3.30pm on July 1, the day of the first assault, soldiers
Photograph of the Wounded British Soldiers at the Battle of the Somme. Dated 1916.
THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916 - Men of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, their rifles stacked nearby, lying exhausted in the grass in a rear ...
Handout photo issued by the Imperial War Museum, dated 15/9/1916 of
Battle of Bazentin Ridge: Wounded man on a wheeled stretcher near Bernafay Wood, 19 July 1916
The Battle of the Somme, July-November 1916. A British soldier poses lying
The Battle of the Somme. Battle of the Ancre. British wounded at a Dressing
British troops in the Battle of the Somme during WWI, July 1, 1916.
Troops of the Tyneside Irish Brigade on July 1st, 1916, the first day of
British infantry on the Vaux-sur-Somme road, 1916. Imperial War Museum
13 November 1916. The last battle on the Somme
The Battle of the Somme, July–November, 1916, Men of the 10th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment (Hull Commercials) marching to the trenches; near Doullens, ...
BATTLE OF THE SOMME, 1 JULY 1916
Soldier at the Somme, World War One
Battle of the Somme. All that remains of the village of Dompierre, 2 July
Still image from the film The Battle of the Somme showing a staged attack. Believed to be shot before the opening of the battle on 1 July 1916, ...
The bodies of two German soldiers lie in a trench badly damaged by artillery fire,
36th Ulster Division, The Battle of the Somme 1916 to 2016 100 Year's
British soldiers eating hot rations in the Ancre Valley during the Battle of the Somme, October 1916
Battle of the Somme, July 1, 1916
6 JULY 1916 - BATTLE OF THE SOMME: 1st Bn Sherwood Foresters,Nottinghamshire &
War Diary of the 1st Battalion
Will of Private Thomas Murray of Govan Glasgow who was KIA at the Somme, 6 July
The newspapers from 1916 are now incredibly fragile and viewable on microfilm.
... from France and Britain, along with observers from other countries, met in France on July 1, the centennial of the First Battle of the Somme River.
Slaughter On The Somme 1st July 1916 ...
Illustrating the kicking of Billie Neville's footballs on 1st July 1916.
Battles Somme 1st July - 18th November 1916 (Q 4052) Battle of Bazentin Ridge
The Battle of the Somme: 1 July 1916 - 18 November 1916
A drone flying overhead in La Boisselle, France, captured the World War I Lochnager
Map of the Battle of the Somme, or the Somme Offensive in the First World
Troops of the British XIV Corps, advancing near Ginchy, during the Battle of Morval
Soldiers climbing over their trench on the first day of the battle of the Somme,
'Battle Of The Somme, Attack of the Ulster Division', by artist J.P. Beadle.
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ONE of the deadliest campaigns in the history of warfare, on this day in 1916 the Battle of the Somme ...
The disastrous Battle of the Somme stretched on for more than four months, with the Allies advancing a total of just five miles.
The Great War: July 1, 1916: The First Day of the Battle of the Somme: Joe Sacco, Adam Hochschild: 8601300155982: Amazon.com: Books
Painting depicting a Welsh section during a Battle of a Somme.
THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER 1916 The Battle of Thiepval 26
Battle of the Somme, late July 1916. The 23rd RI fighters in a trench
The opening day of the Battle of the Somme. British troops of the 34th Division
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes (John 3:16)
Libray photo dated 1916 showing a British soldier keeping watch on 'No-Man's Land
Libray photo dated 1916 showing German prisoners helping to carry wounded British soldiers back to their
British offensive against Germany, 1916
Map of the Battle of the Somme
The Battle of the Somme, July-november 1916 British troops applying bandages to wounded
The Battle of the Somme: The First Proving Ground for British Air Power?
... July 1916 Brian was wounded three times, first in the leg, then in the arm and finally in the neck but he continued to lead his men until he could go no ...
Liveblogging World War I: July 1, 1916: The Somme. Somme Google Search
This London press advertisement appeared on 12 October 1916, just a few weeks later. The cartoonist, quite forgivably, has clearly never seen a tank but has ...
The Battle of the Somme : position of the British line at the end of July, 1916.
1 July 1916. The first and bloodiest day. British Field Gun white
Detail from Plate 11 of Joe Sacco's The Great War: July 1, 1916: The First Day of the Battle of the Somme. On July 1st, at precisely 7:30 a.m., ...
British Battle Line, July 1st, 1916
Bob Carlisle on Twitter: "Battle of the Somme 36th (Ulster) Division 1st July 1916 #lestweforget http://t.co/L0GBb6AVuo"
Map of the Somme sector in the summer of 1916, showing the three
Soldiers begin leaving a trench during the battle of the Somme, 1916
Battle of the Somme - July 1st 1916 Machinima (The Great War Mod, NTW) - YouTube
Ireland and the Battle of the Somme
But this volume is really Sacco's show. The result is interesting. I use the term “interesting” in the same way that my wife uses it when she reads ...
Prisoners taken by the 51st (Highland) Division, 13 November 1916.
French forces escort German prisoners in the town of Lihons in September 1916. A total of 41,000 Germans were taken prisoner during the Battle of the Somme.