Erkunde Der Kampf, Stark und noch mehr!

Autochrome: Jules Gervais Courtellemont, Fort of Souville: late June to mid July 1916 the battle raged around the fort in northeastern France.

Autochrome: Jules Gervais Courtellemont, Fort of Souville: late June to mid July 1916 the battle raged around the fort in northeastern France.

Italienische Gefangene nahe Flitsch, nach dem zweiten Kampf um Isonzo (Juli bis August 1915) in Slowenien

Italienische Gefangene nahe Flitsch, nach dem zweiten Kampf um Isonzo (Juli bis August 1915) in Slowenien

WW1 - French soldiers carrying a wounded soldier through the mud of the trenches.

WW1 - French soldiers carrying a wounded soldier through the mud of the trenches.

Artillery piece being pulled by 600 soldiers Second Battle of the Isonzo World War I 1915

Artillery piece being pulled by 600 soldiers Second Battle of the Isonzo World War I 1915

Austro-Hungarian mountain corps - Hungary in World War I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Austro-Hungarian mountain corps - Hungary in World War I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

jasta11:  A german soldier brings food for his trench companions, World War I.

jasta11: A german soldier brings food for his trench companions, World War I.

WWI, 13 Nov 1916, Battle of the Somme.  British soldiers in a bomb crater in the German lines near Beaumont Hamel after the capture that day. ©AKG Images ( AKG 916759)

WWI, 13 Nov 1916, Battle of the Somme. British soldiers in a bomb crater in the German lines near Beaumont Hamel after the capture that day. ©AKG Images ( AKG 916759)

Russian WWI soldiers in a trench with bayonets, await a German attack

Russian WWI soldiers in a trench with bayonets, await a German attack

Italians wounded in the Isonzo River Valley, a mobile and much more lethal front compared to the mainly defensive mountain trench positions. Early successes by the Italians against the Austrians in the Isonzo were negated when German troops propped up the sagging Austrian Army and launched combined Austro-German attacks.- 1916 - The Italian Front

Italians wounded in the Isonzo River Valley, a mobile and much more lethal front compared to the mainly defensive mountain trench positions. Early successes by the Italians against the Austrians in the Isonzo were negated when German troops propped up the sagging Austrian Army and launched combined Austro-German attacks.- 1916 - The Italian Front

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