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Troops of the 10th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (37th Division) marching to the trenches.

Battle of the Somme: 7 photos of British soldiers marching to war

Troops of the 10th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (37th Division) marching to the trenches.

Armistice Day (Armistice of Compiègne) marks the symbolic end of World War Mundia, on November 11, 1918. Was signed between the Triple Entente (Britain, France and Russia) and the German Empire in Compiègne, France, for a ceasefire on the Western Front.

Armistice Day (Armistice of Compiègne) marks the symbolic end of World War Mundia, on November 11, 1918. Was signed between the Triple Entente (Britain, France and Russia) and the German Empire in Compiègne, France, for a ceasefire on the Western Front.

WW1. Dennis 3-ton lorry, Royal Army Service Corps. Colour by Memento.

WW1. Dennis 3-ton lorry, Royal Army Service Corps. Colour by Memento.

Troops of the British 57th and 59th Divisions (XI Corps) entering Lille, France, 18 October 1918. (© IWM (Q 9579) (Colourised By Doug Banks from the UK)

Troops of the British 57th and 59th Divisions (XI Corps) entering Lille, France, 18 October 1918. (© IWM (Q 9579) (Colourised By Doug Banks from the UK)

1914-Alliance System: When war first broke out, the System of Alliances guaranteed conflict between major European powers. The two major alliances were 'The Triple Alliance' which was between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. And the other was the 'Triple Entente' between Britain, France, and Russia. Many historians believe that these alliances helped turn small local quarrels into major conflicts and eventually war. (World War 1: The Western Front, Nicola Barber, pg.4)

1914-Alliance System: When war first broke out, the System of Alliances guaranteed conflict between major European powers. The two major alliances were 'The Triple Alliance' which was between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. And the other was the 'Triple Entente' between Britain, France, and Russia. Many historians believe that these alliances helped turn small local quarrels into major conflicts and eventually war. (World War 1: The Western Front, Nicola Barber, pg.4)

Two Belgian soldiers having a Christmas meal in a dry corner of a flooded trench on the Western Front, December 1915

Two Belgian soldiers having a Christmas meal in a dry corner of a flooded trench on the Western Front, December 1915

Cpl R.E Signals Section Despatch Rider & Triumph 'H' motorbike in Vignacourt, Picardy c1916

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Cpl R.E Signals Section Despatch Rider & Triumph 'H' motorbike in Vignacourt, Picardy c1916

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