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Image detail for -World War One Battlefields : Flanders: Hill 60

IWM ART LD image: In the foreground there are two soldiers surrounded by piles of bricks attempting to build a brick arch over a, metal support

The French rail network in 1914 By 1914, the leading nations of Europe all had extensive rail networks. Trains were hardly a new technology in 1914, but armies relied on them to a greater extent than they ever had before, and this helped to make World War I a bloody war of attrition. In previous wars, armies would clash until one side achieved a breakthrough.

40 maps that explain World War I

Beef tea, potato pie and duff pudding: How to eat like a WW1 Tommy

Beef tea, potato pie and duff pudding: How to eat like a WW1 Tommy

Beef tea, potato pie and duff pudding: How to eat like a Tommy

Bread is made in a German Army field bakery at Wervicq in Flanders, 1916. THE GERMAN ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT 1914-1918

Bakers at work in a German field bakery - Wericq, Belgium 1916 Original image…

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part I - The Atlantic. On the British front, Christmas Dinner, in a shell hole beside a grave.

Vintage World War 1 Eat Less Bread Poster by VintagePosterShopUK

Save The Fleet, Eat Less Wheat: The Patriotic History Of Ditching Bread

A German communications squad behind the Western front, setting up using a tandem bicycle power generator to power a light radio station in September of 1917. (National Archive/Official German Photograph of WWI)

World War I in Photos: Technology

A German communications squad behind the Western front, setting up using a tandem bicycle power generator to power a light radio station in September of (National Archive/Official German Photograph of WWI)

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