BE2c, two-seat reconnaissance aircraft, used by the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) during the First World War.
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.
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.
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
An advanced water supply point on the Mametz Road near Fricourt, Somme, July 1916.
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.
British troops unloading flour from a ship on to steam wagons. Calais, March 1917.
A portrait of four smiling Canadians, as they await treatment at a Casualty Clearing Station, Duisans, 3 September 1918.
Tommy the tortoise, the pet of Mrs Dudley Beresford, was injured by shrapnel during the barrage of a German air raid on London on 29 September 1917.
The 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards crossing the Rhine after a route march, Cologne, 8th January 1919.
British infantry retiring from Verneuil driving a flock of sheep before them, 29 May 1918.