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Los paisajes de la Primera Guerra Mundial, 100 años después. Restos de Butte de Vaquois, Francia. Ambos bandos dinamitaron las minas de esta aldea estratégica haciendo volar todo el pueblo. Hoy solo quedan cráteres

Los paisajes de la Primera Guerra Mundial, 100 años después

Aerial image of Butte de Vauquois, which was a major site of mine warfare in Argonne, France. The original site of the village atop this hill was destroyed by mines in battles during the period Feb 1915 to Feb which radically altered the landscape

Secrets of the forest: There are other reminders of the war hidden in the forest, like this German bunker, in an area where they had a hospital, rail connections and a command post during the battle of Verdun.

VERDUN There are other reminders of the war hidden in the forest, like this German bunker, in an area where they had a hospital, rail connections and a command post during the battle.

"The American troops show much more consideration for the private rights of the inhabitants of the village than did the German troops."   -Karl Schramem, Landstrumer of Zermullen

What Germans Said About American Troops Right After WWI

Australian and American Soldiers lunching in a wood near Corbie the day before the start of the Battle of Hamel

Terrific Pounding Of German Lines by British Howitzers in the Battle of the Somme in 1917 (LOC) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Terrific Pounding Of German Lines by British Howitzers in the Battle of the Somme in 1917 (LOC) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The remains of Sedd el Bahr Kale, an ancient castle, as seen from V Beach, where the Battle of Gallipoli was fought in Turkey. #battlefield #photography

The remains of Sedd el Bahr Kale, an ancient castle, as seen from V Beach, where the Battle of Gallipoli was fought in Turkey. Photo by Michael St.

Território rural na França Mesmo depois de passados 100 anos da Grande Guerra, ainda é possível ver os buracos gigantes que as bombas deixaram.

7 cicatrizes da Primeira Guerra Mundial

100 years after the Battle of Verdun, its land—once a quiet stretch of French farmland—remains scarred from explosions. Photo by Michael St.

VIDEO: WWI Battlefield Tour: Ypres, The Somme & Verdun. http://www.youtube.com/watch/?v=WNa4xPReQUw

Paramotor Battlefield Tour to Ypres, The Somme and Verdun

Scars of battle: Haunting picture of a landscape near Verdun, France still shows the pockmarks and craters made in the Great War almost 100 years ago

All quiet on the Western Front as haunting images of the Great War's battlefields are revealed before Remembrance Day

Scarred by war: Battlefield landscapes from First World War 100 years on. The pockmarked landscape of The Ouvrage du Thiamont battlefield close to Verdun, still bearing the testimony of the savage ferocity of the fighting.

WW1, Verdun 1916, Chattancourt. Musée de L'Infanterie, Montpellier

WW1, Verdun 1916, Chattancourt. Musée de L'Infanterie, Montpellier

One of the thousands of graves of British and Commonwealth soldiers at the Tyne Cot cemetary in Belgium.

One of the thousands WWI British/Empire soldiers "Known unto God" He lies in the largest Commonwealth Cemetary on the Western Front with 12000 comrades

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

Friday 1 July 2016 marked the centenary of the beginning of the Battle of the Somme, the biggest conflict seen on the Western Front during World War I. Here are some of the most arresting photos fr.

Winston Churchill served with the Scots Fusiler Guards in WWI. .....The 1/6th Bn Royal Scots Fusiliers get a new Commanding Officer - On this day in Scottish Military History - 06 May 1916

For some of the best prices see Hains Clearance dot com Winston Churchill served with the Scots Fusiler Guards in WWI.The Bn Royal Scots Fusiliers get a new Commanding Officer - On this day in Scottish Military History - 06 May 1916

Two women munition workers operate a shell case forming machine during World War I at the New Gun Factory of the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London.

Two women munition workers operate a shell case forming machine :: WWI at the New Gun Factory of the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, England by G.

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