Supporting troops of the 1st Australian Division walking on a duckboard track near Hooge, in the Ypres Sector. They form a silhouette against the sky as they pass towards the front line to relieve their comrades, whose attack the day...More
August 04, 2004 License
Sir John Denton Pinkstone French, Earl of Ypres, (1852 - 1925) British Field Marshal.
September 19, 2012 License
The ruins of Ypres in Belgium, the site of three major battles during the first world war.
German soldiers read newspapers in their trench during a lull in the fighting at the Fourth Battle of Ypres, October 1918.
German prisoners of war at Abbeville, captured on the Somme on the 21st and 22nd August 1918.
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Searching for war material and other valuables after a battle near Ypres.
Wounded British and German troops in the streets of St Quentin, France, after the Second Battle of the Somme.
A view of Merckem in Belgium, in ruins after enemy bombardment.
French troops passing through ruins at Verdun.
War and Conflict, World War I, (1914-1918) Western Front, Belgium, German prisoners being marched through devastated Ypres after an attack from South African, Australian and British troops