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wm_99.jpg.jpg1920 14th century walls and Lille gate through which British troops entered during defence of YpresGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_53.jpg.jpg1920 After attack on Mouquet Farm, Thiepval Ridge, taken by our matchless infantry at heavy cost.Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_95.jpg.jpg1920 After the bitter struggle for the stricken village of Gheluvelt, lost and retaken several timesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_114.jpg.jpg1920 After the desperate struggle for Lone Pine, Australians and Turks lying as they bayonetted one anotherGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_91.jpg.jpg1920 After weeks of weary fighting for the fateful Menin Road, victors and the vanquished, both happyGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_54.jpg.jpg1920 Albert Cathedral, where statue of Virgin Mary hung amid the ruins 'til felled by Hun shellsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_77.jpg.jpg1920 Artillery observation officer in O Pip [Observation Post] regulates our barrage during advance on WoncourtGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_55.jpg.jpg1920 At dawn, in a determined assault, we carry the fortified German entrenchments in Trones WoodGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_92.jpg.jpg1920 Attending to wounded on the Menin Road, Ypres, during strenuous struggles around ZonnebekeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_72.jpg.jpg1920 At the bayonet's point our troops surprise a Jerry machine gunner in his den at CroisellesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_73.jpg.jpg1920 At the bayonet's point our troops surprise a Jerry machine gunner in his den at CroisellesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_104.jpg.jpg1920 Beach W, a Turkish death-trap, rushed by indomitable Lancasters under a tornado of fire, unloading storesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_59.jpg.jpg1920 Bombing the Bosche out of their deep dug-outs near Martinpuich during our advance on SommeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_133.jpg.jpg1920 British troops from invading columns refresh themselves at a waterfallGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
1920 *card missing* Incessant and thrilling aerial combats secure us masteryof the air and blind the enemy artilleryGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_67.jpg.jpg1920 Charred bodies of Zeppelin crew shot down in flames at Billericay by Capt. Robinson V.C.Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_143.jpg.jpg1920 The deadly cloud of gas approaching - our men prepare to meet a threatened enemy attackGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_84.jpg.jpg1920 Disaster on the Dunes; the Huns blow up the bridges and isolate our hard-pressed battalionsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_111.jpg.jpg1920 Dreadnaughts bombard heights of Chocolate Hill at Lalu Bay, covering advance from Suvla HillGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_128.jpg.jpg1920 Early morning camp fires & Breakfast in the Persian GulfGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_94.jpg.jpg1920 An enemy block-house seized at Poelcapelle is quickly converted into a machine-gun nestGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_149.jpg.jpg1920 Engineers repair light railways near Hangard, damaged by shell-fire during the struggle for AmiensGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_115.jpg.jpg1920 Entrenchments on the crest of Table Top scaled by the irresistible New Zealanders with great courageGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_60.jpg.jpg1920 Examining a German prisoner to gain information which enables us to anticipate an attackGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_101.jpg.jpg1920 An exciting chase! Destroyer speeds on trail of murderous U-boat preying on our shippingGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_68.jpg.jpg1920 The eyes of the Army, Sopwith Camels ready for a reconnoitering patrol over the German linesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_57.jpg.jpg1920 Flanders mud hampers our artillery, removing a field gun from shell-pitted and flooded positionGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_71.jpg.jpg1920 Formidable fortifications in nited Hindenburg Line mapped by aerial observer at 8,000 ft.Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_71.jpg.jpg1920 Formidable fortifications in nited Hindenburg Line mapped by aerial observer at 8,000 ft.Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_140.jpg.jpg1920 French 75s returning to Chemin des Dames pass prisoners taken in our drive near St.QuentinGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_141.jpg.jpg1920 German prisoners compelled to carry our wounded during the strenuous struggle for Bourlon WoodGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_119.jpg.jpg1920 Glorious 'Vindictive' whose audacious exploits at Ostend will live forever in the annals of our NavyGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_63.jpg.jpg1920 The golden sun goes down in peace o'er the desolate wastes of No Man's Land on the SommeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_65.jpg.jpg1920 Gondola of Zeppelin raider which dropped bombs on London, brought down near the Essex coastGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_100.jpg.jpg1920 Guarding sacred Ypres, where British heroism shone resplendent through war's darkest hoursGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_56.jpg.jpg1920 Gunners dig a gun-pit for 4.5 howitzer, artfully hidden by camouflage from enemy airmenGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_126.jpg.jpg1920 Guns and stores taken by our mounted infantry in an encircling movement against Gaza, PalestineGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_108.jpg.jpg1920 Having consolidated the surrounding ridges against attack, the Anzacs land supplies near Gaba TepeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_148.jpg.jpg1920 Hazardous work. A listening post in a shell crater in "No Man's Land" near LagincourtGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_51.jpg.jpg1920 H.E.s bursting in Mametz Wood, hotly contested with Prussian Guards, finally taken July 1916Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_82.jpg.jpg1920 Holding the line near Dickebusen before our final onslaught against Messines Ridge, YpresGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_61.jpg.jpg1920 Hundreds of guns captures by Australians and Canadians at Couralette [sic] in Battle of SommeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_66.jpg.jpg1920 Impression made in the ground by Commander falling from burning Zeppelin at BillericayGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_96.jpg.jpg1920 In a firing bay at Passchendaele we repulse repeated Bosche counter-attacks of great furyGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_146.jpg.jpg1920 In desperate fighting throughout the night we valiantly repel fierce Hun onslaughts at MoryGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_136.jpg.jpg1920 In touch with Von Vorbeck's column of enemy hidden in jungle, to ascertain his strengthGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_125.jpg.jpg1920 Jerusalem, the Holy City, goal of Christianity, rescued forever by Allenby the modern CrusaderGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_87.jpg.jpg1920 Kamerad! Dazed Huns pour out of their fortified cellars at Pilkem in answer to our bombsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_118.jpg.jpg1920 Kitchener, in happy mood, praises officers and men for their heroic assaults at the DardanellesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_75.jpg.jpg1920 Knocked out - A nest of machine guns which held up our advance at Monchy. Battle of ArrasGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_75.jpg.jpg1920 Knocked out - A nest of machine guns which held up our advance at Monchy. Battle of ArrasGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_79.jpg.jpg1920 Last word in Hun defence, a baffling Pill-box at Bullecourt, scene of sanguinary fightingGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_79.jpg.jpg1920 Last word in Hun defence, an baffling Pill-box at Bullecourt, scene of sanguinary fightingGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_142.jpg.jpg1920 Light Railway pushed forward by R.O.D. [Railway Operating Division] through old canal at Lens to bring up supplies to front lineGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_129.jpg.jpg1920 Machine-gun section and infantry crossing a flooded river by pontoon bridgesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_70.jpg.jpg1920 Maintaining our supremacy in the air, a squadron of battle-planes in fighting formationGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_70.jpg.jpg1920 Maintaining our supremacy in the air, a squadron of battle-planes in fighting formationGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_147.jpg.jpg1920 Men who fell covering the retreat at Albert during the Hun offensive in 1918Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_137.jpg.jpg1920 Monster tanks break down the belts of barbed wire and carry consternation to the Hun. CambraiGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_145.jpg.jpg1920 Most terrifying of all bombardments, merciless gas shells which nothing could surviveGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_121.jpg.jpg1920 Mounted Anzac troops force the Wadi Ghuzzee and outflank Gaza by a rapid detour across the desertGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_132.jpg.jpg1920 Mounted brigade under Gen. van Deventer executing a far-flung encircling movementGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_52.jpg.jpg1920 Moving up with French 75s against Thiepval Ridge, we pass Huns captured in Wonder WorkGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_89.jpg.jpg1920 North Country troops bomb Hun machine-gunners out of their lairs in Polygon Wood September 1917Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_81.jpg.jpg1920 Off on a night raid, our troops steal into the inky darkness of No Man's Land near Messines.Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_113.jpg.jpg1920 On the inhospitable Gallipoli hillsides where the burning bush drove us from many hard won positionsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_127.jpg.jpg1920 On The Long March Through Torrid Heat To BaghdadGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_144.jpg.jpg1920 Our fearless men, fighting against great odds, mine the bridges and retire across the Crozat CanalGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_120.jpg.jpg1920 Our gallant defenders of the Suez Canal concentrating near the base at El-Kantara, EgyptGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_105.jpg.jpg1920 Our reserves awaiting orders to move up to their new positions on the slopes of Cape Helles, 1915Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_138.jpg.jpg1920 Our reserves on their Way up into action pass a badly crippled tank in battle-zoneGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_90.jpg.jpg1920 Our troops charge forward into Bernafay Wood to dislodge the Bosche from their entrenchmentsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_93.jpg.jpg1920 Our troops occupy Houthoulst Forest, the combined British and Belgian attack having ousted the enemyGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_150.jpg.jpg1920 Prisoners coming in after the repulse at Hangard and Villers-Bretonneux in the "Kaiser's Battle"Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_107.jpg.jpg1920 Protected by the big guns of the Navy: the Australian camp at Anzac 'neath the bleak commanding hillsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_76.jpg.jpg1920 R.A.M.C. at Monchy dressing station attend to wounded coming down from the battle zoneGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_76.jpg.jpg1920 R.A.M.C. at Monchy dressing station attend to wounded coming down from the battle zoneGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_103.jpg.jpg1920 River Clyde grounded on V beach during our dramatic landing on the shell-swept shores of Sedd-ul-Bahr'Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_80.jpg.jpg1920 Royal Engineers mine Messines Ridge which dominated Ypres. Blown up and stormed June 7th 1917Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_134.jpg.jpg1920 Scouts cautiously feeling for the enemy through the trackless and impenetrable jungles of East AfricaGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_134.jpg.jpg1920 Scouts cautiously feeling for the enemy through the trackless and impenetrable jungles of East AfricaGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_106.jpg.jpg1920 Short of ammunition, but still they press on; true bull-dog rush of our troops at GallipoliGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_110.jpg.jpg1920 Sinews of war at Anzac for the attack on Lone Pine and Sari Bair in final bitter struggle for The NarrowsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_135.jpg.jpg1920 South African gunners with their pet zebra in East AfricaGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_122.jpg.jpg1920 Spotting the Turks.Motor-winch pays out the cable for an observation balloon about to ascendGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_58.jpg.jpg1920 Stretcher-bearers rescue a wounded lad, hit in crossing of Ancre in attack on Thiepval RidgeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_139.jpg.jpg1920 Tank disabled in our break-through at Moervres during surprise attack on the Cambrai frontGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_98.jpg.jpg1920 Tenderly carrying a "blighty" case to an aid post through maze of trenches, PasschendaeleGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_97.jpg.jpg1920 Through smoke and gas, our infantry advance to the final assault of Passchendaele RidgeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_102.jpg.jpg1920 Trapped German submarine driven onshore by our destroyers and blows clean out of the waterGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_102.jpg.jpg1920 Trapped German submarine driven onshore by our destroyers and blows clean out of the waterGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_74.jpg.jpg1920 Troops going up thro' trench at Croiselles to support men holding out in advanced positionsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_74.jpg.jpg1920 Troops going up thro' trench at Croiselles to support men holding out in advanced positionsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_117.jpg.jpg1920 Turkish emissary with white flag being led blindfolded through our lines at Anzac Beach GallipoliGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_124.jpg.jpg1920 Turkish troops driven from outlying hills by our men retreat thro' Jerusalem by Jaffa GateGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_112.jpg.jpg1920 Turks who fell on scrub covered Chocolate Hill resisting surprise attack from Suvla BayGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_85.jpg.jpg1920 Under frightful difficulties, our troops carry supplies over destroyed bridges on Yser canalGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_123.jpg.jpg1920 Under Star and Crescent. Sultan's infantry routed so dramatically by Allenby. Vale of JezreelGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_86.jpg.jpg1920 Unexpected, our "moppers up" come to grips with Jerries lurking in a captured villageGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_130.jpg.jpg1920 A unique sand block-house, the only means of fortification in the deserts of South West AfricaGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
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