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Hjalmar Branting, the leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, visiting the ruins of Souchez church with a Scottish officer, 15 July 1918.

Hjalmar Branting, the leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, visiting the ruins of Souchez church with a Scottish officer, 15 July 1918.

Source / August 21, 2014 / 48

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A French civilians and a British soldier fishing in the Somme River at Amiens, 14 July 1918

A French civilians and a British soldier fishing in the Somme River at Amiens, 14 July 1918

Source / August 21, 2014 / 89

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Pilots and observers studying maps in front of an Armstrong-Whitworth F.K.8. Poperinghe Aerodrome, 12 April 1918.

Pilots and observers studying maps in front of an Armstrong-Whitworth F.K.8. Poperinghe Aerodrome, 12 April 1918.

Source / August 21, 2014 / 45

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Two British soldiers tending to canaries rescued on the front/7 May 1918

Two British soldiers tending to canaries rescued on the front/7 May 1918

Source / August 21, 2014 / 104

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A British POW suffering from shell-shock (PTSD), photographed with the 1000-yard stare

A British POW suffering from shell-shock (PTSD), photographed with the 1000-yard stare

Source / August 20, 2014 / 272

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A German infantryman resting inside a shell hole on the Western Front

A German infantryman resting inside a shell hole on the Western Front

Source / August 19, 2014 / 126

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A British POW, c. 1916

A British POW, c. 1916

Source / August 19, 2014 / 37

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The bodies of Australian troops killed during the final battles on the Western Front. Gathered together for burial at a cemetery that was being constructed at Guillemont Farm, each man had his own simple cross/3 October 1918

The bodies of Australian troops killed during the final battles on the Western Front. Gathered together for burial at a cemetery that was being constructed at Guillemont Farm, each man had his own simple cross/3 October 1918

Source / August 19, 2014 / 80

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