The growth was stubborn, and, in the steep gravelly waterways with which the hillside was scored, it was as much as a strong man could do to fight his way through it, to say nothing of carrying his heavy kit and rifle.

—Charles Bean

[ANZAC Day / Aussies at War]

(Source: awm.gov.au)


Stretcher Party
George Edmund Butler, New Zealand war artist
1918

Stretcher Party

George Edmund Butler, New Zealand war artist

1918

(Source: lord-kitschener)




“With The British Officer at Ypres: Afternoon Tea in a Ruined Farmstead”
Fortunino Matania
Produced for the Sphere & Tatler in 1916, With the British Army on the Western Front. 

“With The British Officer at Ypres: Afternoon Tea in a Ruined Farmstead”

Fortunino Matania

Produced for the Sphere & Tatler in 1916, With the British Army on the Western Front. 

(Source: lord-kitschener)

the-seed-of-europe:

British Christmas postcard, WWI.

the-seed-of-europe:

British Christmas postcard, WWI.

junerevolver:

Some very early scene illustrations for thesis. Ink and a little tinting in PS ; P

(Source: , via historicalawesomeness-deactivat)

Rejoicing and remembrance, Armistice Day, London, 1918, by Vida Lahey

Rejoicing and remembrance, Armistice Day, London, 1918, by Vida Lahey

Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium, First World War - Richard Tennant Cooper


Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium, First World War - Richard Tennant Cooper

The Officers’ Ward at the 41st Casualty Clearing Station - John Hodgson Lobley

The Officers’ Ward at the 41st Casualty Clearing Station - John Hodgson Lobley

Near ‘Hell Fire Corner’, Menin Road, Ypres - by Haydn Reynolds Mackey

Near ‘Hell Fire Corner’, Menin Road, Ypres - by Haydn Reynolds Mackey

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