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How WWI was fought Featured 4 Apr 2012 Print

How WWI was fought

"As it is for most of us" World War I was a slog, described by many as "90% routine and 10% terror." Although soldiers lived with death every day, for the most part, major battles were few and far between, and sometimes it was the dread and anticipation of what was to come that was most psychologically damaging, especially for inexperienced new recruits. When an offensive did come, nobody could predict the ferocity or the outcome. Despite commanders hopes that attacks might take place in an orderly formation, most were a chaotic scrum of noise, smoke, screams and shell fire, as summed up by Bairnsfather's loose, vigorous penmanship. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News/Mary Evans

Sir Frederick Stanley Maude, entry into Baghdad, WW1 Featured 4 Apr 2012 Print

Sir Frederick Stanley Maude, entry into Baghdad, WW1

Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Stanley Maude (1864-1917), Commander of the British troops which captured Baghdad during the First World War. Seen here on his entry into the city.

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

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The Royal Betrothal Featured 4 Apr 2012 Print

The Royal Betrothal

The Royal Betrothal. Portrait of Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester with his future wife, Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester. They are flanked by King George V, and the Duchess of Buccleuch to their left, and Queen consort Mary of Teck to their right.

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

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