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This Is How The Different Armies Approached Trench Warfare In The First World War

Trench warfare is the iconic image of the First World War. All along the Western Front, the battle ground to a halt as the opposing armies dug in.

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Among the striking pictures from the cataclysmic war is a fascinating shot capturing the moment German and British troops put down their weapons for the Christmas truce of 1914.

This fascinating picture shows an American soldier displaying his trophies, including a German Iron Cross, pointed helmet and a pistol in 1918.

Among the striking pictures from the cataclysmic war is a fascinating shot capturing the moment German and British troops put down their weapons for the Christmas truce of 1914.

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Inside the world's first Instagram photobook

Out of the Phone, the first book of its kind, compiles inspiring moments from 2014 taken by 100 photographers all over the world on Instagram. Meet the man who made it happen – and see the stunning results

General Gouraud has gathered flags of all regiments of his army to salute a division who won battles in Verdun. 1916.

By the time the Battle of Verdun drew to a close in December of 1916, it had been going on for nearly a year

William Henry Johnson and Needham Roberts in 1918 (Public Domain / Wikipedia)

Henry Johnson was a World War I soldier who singlehandedly beat back a German assault while critically wounded. He was a great American hero and received

World War I Field: More Than 100 Years Later

Although we cannot get into the minds of the people waiting in a queue on a cold day in Chukotka, Soviet Union back in 1985 to get wine, or what the daredevil sky boys who built the Empire State Building in 1930-31 were thinking when balancing unsecured on the 88th floor, we can get a fairly good glimpse into the wonders of history.