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Western Front Collection

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Soldiers playing cards in the trenches, First World War, c1916, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

Soldiers playing cards in the trenches, First World War, c1916, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
Soldiers playing cards in the trenches, First World War, c1916, (c1920). An Interval of Peace: British bomb-gun section enjoying a hand at cards while the sentries keep watch through the periscopes

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Map showing approximately the area gained on the Thiepval Ridge... 1916, (c1920)

Map showing approximately the area gained on the Thiepval Ridge... 1916, (c1920)
Map showing approximately the area gained on the Thiepval Ridge between September 14 and October 31, 1916, (c1920). The British line in northern France during the Battle of the Somme

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Hooded British Territorials charging the German Trenches at Loos, September 25th, 1915, 1916

Hooded British Territorials charging the German Trenches at Loos, September 25th, 1915, 1916. British troops in gas masks charged German trenches at the Battle of Loos on the Western Front

Background imageWestern Front Collection: British soldiers on the Western Front, northern France, First World War, 1916, (c1920)

British soldiers on the Western Front, northern France, First World War, 1916, (c1920). After the Capture of Lesboeufs: British troops returning, headed by their fifes and drums

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Casualties from the front pass destroyed tanks, Villers-Bretonneux, France, World War I, 1918

Casualties from the front pass destroyed tanks, Villers-Bretonneux, France, World War I, 1918. Villers-Bretonneux was the scene of the first tank battle in history, on 24th April 1918

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Tyne Cot Cemetery, Passchendaele Ridge, Belgium, World War I, c1918-1919

Tyne Cot Cemetery, Passchendaele Ridge, Belgium, World War I, c1918-1919. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
Tyne Cot Cemetery, Passchendaele Ridge, Belgium, World War I, c1918-1919. The cemetery stands on the spot Where 20, 000 British soldiers fell attacking German positions during the Battle of

Background imageWestern Front Collection: First line Gurkhas storming and capturing a German trench, World War I, 1914-1918. Artist: Crown

First line Gurkhas storming and capturing a German trench, World War I, 1914-1918. Artist: Crown
First line Gurkhas storming and capturing a German trench, World War I, 1914-1918. Stereoscopic card. Detail

Background imageWestern Front Collection: The Campbells are Coming! Brave Pipers Playing Highland Regiments to Victory, 1917

The Campbells are Coming! Brave Pipers Playing Highland Regiments to Victory, 1917
" The Campbells are Coming!" Brave Pipers Playing Highland Regiments to Victory, 1917. The tune of the The Campbells Are Coming was played by pipers at the Battle of Delville Wood

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Ruins of the Cloisters at Messines, 1914. Artist: Adolf Hitler

Ruins of the Cloisters at Messines, 1914. Artist: Adolf Hitler
Ruins of the Cloisters at Messines, 1914. Adolf Hitler often claimed to be a frustrated artist, and art was one of his major interests throughout his life

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Soldiers from the British Indian Army, France, c1915

Soldiers from the British Indian Army, France, c1915. The British Indian Army saw service in the Middle East and East Africa, at Gallipoli and on the Western Front

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Field Marshal Douglas Haig reviewing Canadian troops, Drocourt-Queant, 31 August 1918, (1926)

Field Marshal Douglas Haig reviewing Canadian troops, Drocourt-Queant, 31 August 1918, (1926)
Field Marshal Douglas Haig reviewing Canadian troops, Drocourt-Queant, France, 31 August 1918. Two days later the Canadians attacked and broke through the German defences of the Drocourt-Queant Line

Background imageWestern Front Collection: R.R. follows British advance, 31 Oct 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

R.R. follows British advance, 31 Oct 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
R.R. follows British advance, 31 Oct 1918 (date created or published later). Railroad construction during World War I, described by the Imperial War Museum as "Battle of the Drocourt-Queant

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Somme district, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Somme district, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Somme district, between c1915 and 1918. Buildings damaged during World War I in the Somme department, France

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Church, Belleville, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Church, Belleville, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Church, Belleville, between c1915 and 1918. Ruins of Saint-Jean-Baptiste church, Verdun, France, during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Ruins of Senlis, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

Ruins of Senlis, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
Ruins of Senlis, between c1915 and c1920. Damage from World War I in Senlis, part of the province of l'Oise in the region of Picardy in the north of France

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Ruins in the Somme, 3 Aug 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Ruins in the Somme, 3 Aug 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Ruins in the Somme, 3 Aug 1918 (date created or published later). Buildings damaged during World War I in the Somme department, France

Background imageWestern Front Collection: U.S. troops at landing port, France, 3 Nov 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

U.S. troops at landing port, France, 3 Nov 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
U.S. troops at landing port, France, 3 Nov 1917. The debarkation of the Rainbow Division of U.S. troops at St. Nazaire, France on Nov. 3, 1917 during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Verdun - Garden & Synagogue near Polboulhot St. [Rue des Fre`res Boulhaut], between c1915 and 1918

Verdun - Garden & Synagogue near Polboulhot St. [Rue des Fre`res Boulhaut], between c1915 and 1918. The ruins of the Synagogue of Verdun that was damaged during World War I in Verdun, France

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Verdun - Barracks, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Verdun - Barracks, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Verdun - Barracks, between c1915 and 1918. The Caserne d'Anthouard (barracks) in Verdun, France, showing roofs that were damaged during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Verdun - Laurent printing shop, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Verdun - Laurent printing shop, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Verdun - Laurent printing shop, between c1915 and 1918. The synagogue of Verdun and a print shop that were damaged during World War I in Verdun, France

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Women's Motor Corps, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Women's Motor Corps, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Women's Motor Corps, 1917 or 1918. Captain Charles Albert Adams (1846-1929) a U.S. naval officer who served as the commander of the USS Recruit

Background imageWestern Front Collection: At Arras, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

At Arras, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
At Arras, between c1915 and 1918. The Cha^teau of Tilloloy, France which was damaged during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Ham - Noyon St. & Nide Blvd. between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service. Ham - Noyon St

Ham - Noyon St. & Nide Blvd. between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service. Ham - Noyon St. & Nide Blvd
Ham - Noyon St. & Nide Blvd. between c1915 and c1920. A street in Ham, Somme department, France with buildings damaged during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Verdun - Palais De Justice, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Verdun - Palais De Justice, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Verdun - Palais De Justice, between c1915 and 1918. The Abbaye Saint-Paul de Verdun in Verdun, showing damage from World War I. The building was used as a courthouse, but was better known as an abbey

Background imageWestern Front Collection: St. Waast [i.e. Vaast] Church, Bethune, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

St. Waast [i.e. Vaast] Church, Bethune, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
St. Waast [i.e. Vaast] Church, Bethune, between c1915 and 1918. Saint-Vaast church, Be´thune, France which was destroyed in 1918 during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Organ in cathedral at Peronne, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Organ in cathedral at Peronne, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Organ in cathedral at Peronne, between c1915 and 1918. An organ in the ruins of the church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Pe´ronne in Pe´ronne, France during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Albert - Head of Virgin in Notre Dame de Brebieres Church, 26 Aug 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Albert - Head of Virgin in Notre Dame de Brebieres Church, 26 Aug 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Albert - Head of Virgin in Notre Dame de Brebieres Church, 26 Aug 1918 (date created or published later). The head of a statue of the Virgin Mary (La Madone aux brebis by Euge`ne Delaplanche)

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Pont-a-Mousson, Relief Station, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

Pont-a-Mousson, Relief Station, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
Pont-a-Mousson, Relief Station, between c1915 and c1920. A relief station at Pont-a`-Mousson, France during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Army butchers, Aisne Front, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Army butchers, Aisne Front, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Army butchers, Aisne Front, between c1915 and 1918. Army butchers with a hanging carcass on the Aisne, (France) front during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Champagne, troops leaving for front, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Champagne, troops leaving for front, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Champagne, troops leaving for front, between c1915 and 1918. Soldiers marching to the front from Champagne, France during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: War Factory, France, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

War Factory, France, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
War Factory, France, between c1915 and 1918. Men working in a factory in France during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Capt. Baylis & Mary Watkins, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service. Capt

Capt. Baylis & Mary Watkins, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service. Capt. Baylis & Mary Watkins, 1917 or 1918
Capt. Baylis & Mary Watkins, 1917 or 1918. Bacteriologist Adelaide Brooks Baylis (d. 1965), captain of the National League of Women's Services Motor Corps in New York

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Capt. Adelaide B. Baylis, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Capt. Adelaide B. Baylis, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Capt. Adelaide B. Baylis, 1917 or 1918. Bacteriologist Adelaide Brooks Baylis (d. 1965) who served as a captain in the National League of Women's Services Motor Corps in New York during World War

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Y.M.C.A. hut in France, soldiers ball game, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Y.M.C.A. hut in France, soldiers ball game, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Y.M.C.A. hut in France, soldiers ball game, 1917 or 1918. U.S. Army soldiers in France during World War I playing baseball

Background imageWestern Front Collection: On Maubeuge Road, coming from 1st line trenches, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

On Maubeuge Road, coming from 1st line trenches, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
On Maubeuge Road, coming from 1st line trenches, between c1915 and c1920. Soldiers marching on a road at Mauberge, France during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: U.S. supply truck in France, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

U.S. supply truck in France, 1917 or 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
U.S. supply truck in France, 1917 or 1918. A side of meat being loaded into a train from a U.S. supply truck in France during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Motor Cycle Ambulance, Hero Land, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Motor Cycle Ambulance, Hero Land, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Motor Cycle Ambulance, Hero Land, 1917. Soldiers on a motorcyle ambulance at the Hero Land Bazaar held in November and December of 1917 in New York City during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: British ambulance drivers, 30 Jul 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

British ambulance drivers, 30 Jul 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
British ambulance drivers, 30 Jul 1917. Elsie Knocker, the Baroness de T'Serclaes (1884-1978) and Mairi Chisholm (1896-1981) standing in the ruins of Pervijze (Pervyse), West Flanders

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Road near Rheims, camouflage, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Road near Rheims, camouflage, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Road near Rheims, camouflage, between c1915 and 1918. A soldier in the road near Rheims, France during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Howitzer at Hero Land, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Howitzer at Hero Land, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Howitzer at Hero Land, 1917. Soldiers on a howitzer artillery piece at the Hero Land Bazaar, held in November and December of 1917 in New York City during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Crown Prince Germany at front, 1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Crown Prince Germany at front, 1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Crown Prince Germany at front, 1915. German Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951) visiting a military unit in Argonne, France in Feb. 1915 during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Marines who went to France, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Marines who went to France, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Marines who went to France, 1917. Marines in front of the Marine Barracks at the Philadelphia Navy Yard during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Lerie Klein, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Lerie Klein, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Lerie Klein, 1917. Lerie Klein, probably at the Hero Land Bazaar, held in November and December of 1917 in New York City during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Garrison, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

Garrison, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
Garrison, between c1915 and c1920. Soprano opera singer Mabel Garrison Siemonn (1886-1963) fitting a man for a knitted sweater during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: British women tending fat boilers at front, 24 Jul 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

British women tending fat boilers at front, 24 Jul 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
British women tending fat boilers at front, 24 Jul 1917. Members of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps tending fat boilers situated outdoors in an infantry camp in Rouen, France on July 24

Background imageWestern Front Collection: British Bid King Albert good by, 22 Nov 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

British Bid King Albert good by, 22 Nov 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
British Bid King Albert good by, 22 Nov 1917 (date created or published later). British officers and soldiers cheering as Albert I, King of the Belgians

Background imageWestern Front Collection: Belgian officers, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Belgian officers, 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Belgian officers, 1917. Belgian generals studying a map during the visit of Albert I, King of the Belgians, to the Western Front, May 15, 1917 during World War I

Background imageWestern Front Collection: British artillery officers mess on captured ground, 10 Jun 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

British artillery officers mess on captured ground, 10 Jun 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
British artillery officers mess on captured ground, 10 Jun 1917. British artillery officers mess tent in front of Kemmel, Belgium, June 10, 1917, during the Battle of Messines during World War I



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