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Soldier writing to home

Letters written and received during the First World War were perhaps more important for morale at home and on the front than during any other conflict. Here two soldiers pen their letters to loved ones.

In Flanders Fields is one of the most famous poems about World War I and was written by Canadian Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, a poet, physician, author, artist and soldier on May 3, 1915. art by kruijffjes

In Flanders Fields is one of the most famous poems about World War I and was written by Canadian Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, a poet, physician, author, artist and soldier on May art by kruijffjes

THIS DAY IN WWI: JULY 31 1915  -  The deadlock continues on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Pictured: Allied troops dug in at Gallipoli.

Men of the Border Regiment resting in shallow dugouts near Thiepval Wood during the battle of the Somme, August Ministry of Information First World War Official Collection. (Photo by Lt Ernest Brooks/IWM via Getty Images)

Soldier and kitten. This old picture is precious

Once Upon a Time in War — A Red Army soldier with his kitten, Eastern Front. ~ "His kitten". Proof that the kittens get everyone! Even a soldier hardened by war. Or maybe ESPECIALLY a soldier hardened by war.

Shell shock

Deutscher Soldat - Westfront 1916 Schlacht an der Somme

Soldiers from the Kings Liverpool Regiment listening to the news being read out as they wait in their trench during World War One. 1918.

This World War One (WWI) Bundle works well for both World or US History although it does lean more to the United States History side. I used it for both my World and US classes.Bundle PowerPoints WWI Causes (MAINA) & US Enters the War

A German trench is captured by British soldiers 1915 during the first world war.

A German trench is captured by British soldiers 1915 during the first world war

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