Soilder In WWI - Historical Diary - Unseen & Rare Collection For History Lover

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British Soilder With focus on the routines of work, rest and recreation, Senior Curator Paul Cornish describes the typical daily life experienced by soldiers in World War One.

1. Servicemen eating a Thanksgiving dinner after the end of World War I (via-

2.Shell shocked soldier in the trenches during World War I. 1916 (via-

3.Soldier's comrades watching him as he sleeps, Thievpal, France, during World War I, 1918 (via-

4. Swiss Mountain Troops patrol the border with Italy during World War I, circa 1914-1918 (via-

5.The highest trench of World War I. Austro-Hungarian Army on the peak of the Ortler, 1917 (via-

6.The Langer Max German railroad gun with its 38 cm shells during World War I, circa 1918 (via-

7.The World War I-era 7-inch, 45-caliber tractor-mounted gun. 1918 (via-

8. Trench mortars captured by New Zealanders in World War I on display in London, 1918 (via-

9.World War I German Cavalry Lancer, 1918 (via-

10.World War One US body armor, circa 1918 (via-

11.World War Soldier observation tree 1914-1918 (via-

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