Manfred von Richthofen
Ottoman Heliograph Crew at Huj during WW1, 1917
Belgian soldiers watching a demonstration of a trench mortar and periscope rifle, date unknown.
German troops in a trench attack the Allied forces with a flamethrower 1917
British trenches were often given familiar names as a way of humanising the nightmare landscape of the front line media.
German infantry advancing over a captured trench during the attack between Montdidier and Noyon during the Third Battle of the Aisne, June 1918.
Two German soldiers (the closest one wearing a British sergeant's overcoat) move through a temporarily abandoned French trench (occupied by the British)
A publicity photograph of 'Tommy Atkins', a soldier of the 51st Division, seated with a large doll in his arms, taken during the German offensive in Lys, 13 April 1918.
A group of soldiers in front of a well-fortified light bunker. One soldier is getting his face groomed by a comrade in what became known as the morning shave as an officer sits barefoot in the foreground in the image titled 'Life in the Trench'