36 Color World War One Photos That’ll Leave You in Awe

21. Soldiers pose in a concrete trench.


©TASCHEN/LVR LandesMuseum Bonn/Photo: Hans Hildenbrand

22. A Lancashire Fusiliers seargeant in a flooded trench opposite Messines near Ploegsteert Wood, January 1917.


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23. Troops walking along a duckboard track through the remains of Chateau Wood, Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele), October 29, 1917.


Imperial War Museum

24. Nine French soldiers checking a fatally injured horse on the Western Front.


©R Schultz Collection / The Image Works

25. The corpse of a French soldier of the 99th infantry regiment. He was poisoned during a German gas attack on March 23, 1918 and died eight days later of pneumonia.


©R Schultz Collection / The Image Works

26. French officers of the 370th Infantry Regiment pose in the ruins at the Chemin des Dames near Reims, 1917. They have a bicycle and their Infantry Regiment flag.


©R Schultz Collection / The Image Works

27. Ammunition depot in France, 1918.


©Collection Mark Jacobs/Photo: Shells-Lafaux

28. Soldiers from the Kings Liverpool Regiment in their trench listening as news is read out to them during World War One, 1918.


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29. British soldier giving a light to a German prisoner of war, September 1914.


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30. A lonely figure of a British sentry standing at his post. The picture was taken “somewhere in France” on March 20th 1915.


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