A British soldier stands besides the grave of a comrade near Pilckem during the Third Battle of Ypres, 22 August 1917.
Unveiling of the permanent Cenotaph at Whitehall, by His Majesty King George V, 11 November 1920.
Men of the 8th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment going up to the line near Frezenberg during the Third Battle of Ypres, 1917.
Men of 137th Brigade, 46th Division, are addressed by Brigadier General J C Campbell VC CMG DSO on the Riqueval Bridge after breaking the German's Hindenburg Line defences on 29 September 1918.
A raiding party of the 10th Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) waiting for the signal to go. John Warwick Brooke, the official photographer, followed them in the sap, into which a shell fell short killing seven men. Near Arras, 24 March 1917.
Men of the East Yorkshire Regiment crossing newly won ground at Frezenburg in 1917 during the Third Battle of Ypres.
Men of Royal Irish Rifles resting in a communication during the opening hours of the Battle of the Somme, 1 July 1916.
Wounded British soldier showing shrapnel damage to his steel helmet caused near Hamel on the Somme Front in December 1916.
A team of stretcher bearers struggle through deep mud to carry a wounded man to safety near Boesinghe on 1 August 1917 during the Third Battle of Ypres.
Munition workers in a shell warehouse at National Shell Filling Factory No.6, Chilwell, Nottinghamshire in 1917.
Soldiers of 'A' Company, 11th Battalion, the Cheshire Regiment, occupy a captured German trench at Ovillers-la-Boisselle on the Somme.
Wounded men being tended in a trench near Beaumont Hamel on the morning of the initial assault, Battle of the Somme, 1st July 1916.
Officers and men of 26th Divisional Ammunition Train (Army Service Corps) playing football in Salonika, Christmas 1915.
The remains of Thiepval chateau on the Somme battlefield, 28 September 1916.
Roll Call of the 2nd Battalion, The Seaforth Highlanders, on the afternoon of the first day of the Battle of the Somme near Beaumont Hamel. The insignia on their sleeves indicates that they were part of the attacking force.
Men of the Wiltshire Regiment advancing to the attack through the wire, Thiepval, Somme, 7 August 1916.
A pack horse loaded with rubber trench boots (waiders) is led through the mud near Beaumont Hamel on the Somme battlefield, November 1916.
An Australian carrying his wounded mate to a medical aid post for treatment, Gallipoli, 1915.
The remains of the village of Beaumont Hamel after its capture, The Battle of Ancre Heights 10 -11 November. 1916
The road to Guillemont viewed from Waterlot Farm, 1916. In the words of the official history it was 'straight, desolate, and swept by fire.'
A Sergeant of a Royal Engineers signals section puts a message into the cylinder attached to the collar of a messenger dog, Etaples, 28 August 1918.
Men of the Lancashire Fusiliers cleaning a Lewis gun in a trench near Messines in Belgium during January 1917.