WW1: A rather pensive British laddie caught by the photographer near Mons, undated. Trench warfare was brutal and unforgiving, Hundreds of thousands returned home with what is today identified as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, yet the literature contains scant information about postwar psychological troubles with violent outcomes. Different times, different people.
The Ghost village of Imber, Wiltshire #UK. In 1943 the residents of Imber were given just 47 days notice to pack and leave by the British government so that American soldiers could use the village as battle practice before D Day .It is still standing and every Christmas people are allowed back in to worship at the church