German prisoners being marched through the Cathedral Square, Ypres, 20th September 1917.
A British Army 15-cwt truck throws up a cloud of sand and dust while moving at speed along a desert track in North Africa, 1 November 1940.
Troops of the 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment leap from their Universal carrier during an exercise near Newry in Northern Ireland, 26 April 1941.
The driver of a Bishop 25-pdr self-propelled gun of 142nd Field Regiment in Sicily, 27 July 1943.
King George VI listens as Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery outlines his future strategy at his mobile headquarters in Holland, 13 October 1944.
British soldiers eating hot rations in the Ancre Valley during the Battle of the Somme, October 1916.
Battle traffic at Grevillers 25 August 1918. Mark V Tanks and infantry going forward following the Capture of Grevillers by the New Zealand Division.
Men of the Border Regiment resting in shallow dugouts near Thiepval Wood, Somme, August 1916.
British infantrymen give a helping hand to wounded German prisoners near La Boisselle during the Battle of the Somme, 3 July 1916.
Lieutenant General Sir Oliver Leese, commander of the British Eighth Army in Italy, 30 April 1944.
Winston Churchill discussing the battle situation in Italy with the Commander of the Eighth Army, Lieutenant General Sir Oliver Leese (left) and the Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean, General Sir Harold Alexander, 26 August 1944.
2nd Lieutenant Jonathan Clarke, 1st Royal Green Jackets, with the wreckage of a burnt out car in Belfast, December 1969.
2nd Lieutenant Robin Martin of 1st Royal Green Jackets in Belfast during the Battalion's first tour of duty in Northern Ireland, 1969.
Still from the British film "The Battle of the Somme". The image is part of a sequence introduced by a caption reading "British Tommies rescuing a comrade under shell fire".
2nd Lieutenant Robin Martin and Rifleman Andy Walker of 1st Royal Green Jackets man a street barricade in Belfast during the Battalion's first tour of duty in Northern Ireland, 1969.
Still from the British documentary film 'The Battle of the Somme'. The image is part of a sequence purportedly showing British soldiers moving forward through wire at the start of the Battle of the Somme, 1 July 1916.
Ammunition limbers of 35th Field Battery, Royal Field Artillery, passing a corner of the shattered Delville Wood, Somme, 17th September 1916.
Carrying wounded across the battlefield under shell fire, Battle of Ginchy, Somme, 1916.
Horse-drawn ammunition limbers pass through the ruined village of Longueval, Somme, September 1916
2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders marching to the trenches along Becordel-Fricourt Road, Somme, October 1916.
Working party of British troops on muddy ground near Bernafay Wood, Somme, November 1916