Battle of Langemarck 16-18 August: Horse drawn troop transports churning up dust near Ypres on their way up to the line, approaching the road to Polderhoek, off the Menin Road.
Women munition workers operating Annealing machines in Cartridge Factory 5, at the Royal Arsena,l Woolwich, London, during the First World War.
Men of the British West Indies Regiment in camp on the Albert - Amiens Road, September 1916.
A woman war worker forms oil cake before placing it into a press at an oil works in Lancashire during the First World War.
A woman war worker carrying a sack of coal at the South Metropolitan Gas Company, Old Kent Road, London, 1918.
Two WRNS painting mines and steel floats on the quayside at Lowestoft in 1918.
A large collection of shells at a shell dump at Contay.  On the right of the photograph, several trucks can be seen.
Petty Officer Ernest Herbert Pitcher VC with his wife and King George V and Queen Mary at the private view of the Exhibition of Naval Photographs, Princes Galleries, Piccadilly, London, 21 July 1918.
Women of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) enjoy a dance in their recreation room on Osea Island in Essex during the summer of 1918.
Commander Daniel Beak, Drake Battalion, Royal Naval Division, being presented with the Victoria Cross by King George V At Valenciennes on 6 December 1918.
SE5a, single-seat scout, of No 111 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps in Palestine, 1917-1918.
Members of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary on the beach at Paris Plage, France, on 25 May 1918.