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Battle of the Somme, July 1st 1916: "1,500 French soldiers and 12,000 German soldiers also lost their lives during those first shocking 24 hours." - BritainsMilitaryHist

British soldiers take German prisoners somewhere on the Western Front mid 1916 or later - The Great War (@WW1_Series) | Twitter

WW1, 30 July 1916. French soldiers on the Western Front. -David Doughty…

WWI. German soldiers belonging to the 26th Reserve Division and a collection of British prisoners-of-war, pause for a quick photograph. Definitely 1915 or later. The 26th Reserve Division spent World War I on the Western Front. It fought in the Battle of the Frontiers and then participated in the Race to the Sea, fighting in the Somme region. It occupied the line in the Somme/Artois region into 1916, facing the British offensive in the Battle of the Somme.

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WW1, 15 August 1917. Canadian soldiers and German POWs at Battle of Hill 70 in the Nord Pas de Calais region of France. Colour by Doug. -David Doughty (@DavidWDoughty) | Twitter