National Service - Women's Land Army - God Speed the Plough and the Woman Who Drives It
Battle of the Somme. A support company of an assault battalion, of the Tyneside Irish Brigade, going forward shortly after zero hour on 1 July 1916 during the attack on La Boisselle.
Battle of the Lys: Nurse caring for British gas-poisoned wounded on a hospital train near Bethune, 1918
Gunners of the Royal Field Artillery loading 18-pounder shells into limbers. Acheux, Somme, July 1916.
Battle of Bazentin Ridge. An intelligence officer questioning a wounded German prisoner on a stretcher near Contalmaison, Somme, July 1916.
Gunner of the Royal Marine Artillery posing with shell near Acheux, Somme, July 1916.
The pre-Dreadnought battleship HMS AGAMEMNON, which served in the Mediterranean during the First World War.
A sergeant of the Royal Flying Corps demonstrates a C type aerial reconnaissance camera fixed to the fuselage of a BE2c aircraft, 1916.
Still from the film "The Battle of the Somme" allegedly showing British troops advancing at the start of the battle on 1 July 1916. It is now accepted that this scene was staged for the camera at a training school behind the lines.
The Black Watch marching back along the Fricourt-Albert road headed by their pipers. Somme, August 1916.
Old German trench occupied by British troops. View from Albert-Pozieres road over Ovillers, Somme, September 1916.
A Sergeant Major of the 16th Irish Division having a breakfast meal by a wheatsheaf. The Amiens - Albert Road, 25th August 1916.
Battle of Bazentin Ridge, 14-17 July 1916. Soldiers digging a communication trench through Delville Wood.
Soldiers waiting by a travelling field kitchen for their dinner, Aveluy, Somme, November 1916.
British troops unloading flour from ships and loading into railway trucks. Calais, March 1917.