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25/10/1917, tanque

25/10/1917, tanque

A French soldier feeds a cat in the trenches

A French soldier feeds a cat in the trenches

"Dorothy Willis died as a munitions worker in 1916. Her sister Sarah Hart died in 1919 while serving as a telegrapher in the WRAF and was buried with her sister. Only Sarah was entitled to a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone, but their family managed to memorialize Dorothy in the space of Sarah's official headstone that was left for an inscription." In their community, both sisters were remembered as "War Dead." (Photo: unnamed workers in a munitions factory - a very dangerous…

"Dorothy Willis died as a munitions worker in 1916. Her sister Sarah Hart died in 1919 while serving as a telegrapher in the WRAF and was buried with her sister. Only Sarah was entitled to a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone, but their family managed to memorialize Dorothy in the space of Sarah's official headstone that was left for an inscription." In their community, both sisters were remembered as "War Dead." (Photo: unnamed workers in a munitions factory - a very dangerous…

WWI - in Hubert Rochereau's room. The young soldier's fending swords and a moth-eaten military jacket in one corner of the room.

WWI - in Hubert Rochereau's room. The young soldier's fending swords and a moth-eaten military jacket in one corner of the room.

Here we see a two-man team from the 1st Cameronians using a Vermorel Spray, a device designed to help disperse poisoned gas in trenches. The device sprayed 'hypo solution', a mix of chemicals that included Sodium Hyposulphite, a chemical used in photographic processing. This chemical mix neutralised a number of the poisoned gasses used during the First World War

Here we see a two-man team from the 1st Cameronians using a Vermorel Spray, a device designed to help disperse poisoned gas in trenches. The device sprayed 'hypo solution', a mix of chemicals that included Sodium Hyposulphite, a chemical used in photographic processing. This chemical mix neutralised a number of the poisoned gasses used during the First World War

1916. A propaganda cartoon by T. Carnel depicting the execution of Miss Edith Cavell, lying on the ground, having been shot by a German soldier, as other German soldiers look on in the background. Miss Cavell, a British nurse in Brussels, was accused of being a spy by the Germans and was executed on 12 October 1915. The top right hand corner reads "Miss Edith Cavell cowardly murdered October 12th 1915".

1916. A propaganda cartoon by T. Carnel depicting the execution of Miss Edith Cavell, lying on the ground, having been shot by a German soldier, as other German soldiers look on in the background. Miss Cavell, a British nurse in Brussels, was accused of being a spy by the Germans and was executed on 12 October 1915. The top right hand corner reads "Miss Edith Cavell cowardly murdered October 12th 1915".

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