On the battlefield
By: Anna Poulton
Soldiers wait to defend Austria behind sandbags.
A painting of men fighting to the death. This took place in the capture of Fort Lincoln in Washington DC.
The only thing between these men and their death is that wall.
These German Soldiers fought in these trenches. Death was a common companion for those who fought here.
An Austrailian and New Zealand Army Corp soldier carries a maimed friend to try and save him.
British and French soldiers in Cape Helles trying to land the Gallipoli Peninsula.
A soldier writing a letter, possibly his last.
British soldiers fight for their lives and their country.
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National World War I Museum and Memorial
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