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(Gallery of 45 Items)
British trooper meets French woman on the road to Lille, WW1
Goodbye Old Man - Soldier and dying horse during WWI
Matania - Last Absolution of the Munsters
The Cross Bearers, WW1 battlefield by Matania
"The Strongest "
In the Famous Plug Street Wood by Matania
Australian troops counter-attack at Amiens, WW1
Italian soldiers on the Isonzo Front
Female munitions workers. By Fortunio Matania.
At an Advanced Dressing Station on the Western Front,Matania
British soldiers bathing in flooded shell hole by Matania
Development of trench warfare in France by Matania
Arrival of troop train by Fortunino Matania
Canada's part in the Somme advance, Matania, WW1
Germans surrendering, Western Front by Matania, WW1
British Advance on Western Front
The Trench-to-Town Express by A. C. Michael
With the British heavy guns on the Western Front, Matania
A Concert behind the Lines by Fortunino Matania
The Last Shot by Matania
Arrival of Bulgarian Peace Envoy, 1918 by Matania
An Interlude, by Fortunino Matania
Dropping from a Kite Balloon 1917
Well, Here's Luck! - British trench scene
His Other Eyes
The Fall of the German airship L-21 by Fortunino Matania,WW1
Gordon Highlander interrogated by German Officers
'The War Baby' published in The Sphere
Auckland's advance from its battalion headquarters
Wounded French soldier lying in bed in a hospital ward
'Somewhere in France' A concert behind the lines
'The Communication Trench'
'In a British advanced observation post'
'Taking the wounded aboard a British ambulance'
'How the Staff is informed of movements at the Front'
'The famous 4 days retreat from Mons'
'With the field guns on the Western Front'
Repulsing the famous Prussian guard at Ypres
'Winter conditions in the Yser country'
'With the British Officer in the Ypres Salient'
'The Unknown Warrior' - scene at Westminster Abbey
'The King at the Front'
Christmas at the Front - Unpacking the Parcels from Home
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