Rare Images Of The World War 1 Front Line

25 05 2014
An undated archive picture shows French soldiers firing a 155 mm mortar from a trench on the front line, at an unknown location in France. (REUTERS/Collection Odette Carrez)

An undated archive picture shows French soldiers firing a 155 mm mortar from a trench on the front line, at an unknown location in France. (REUTERS/Collection Odette Carrez)

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the Great War.

Rare black and white images have captured life on the trenches during World War One.

A Viscount in the Armoured Cavalry Branch of the French Army left behind a collection of hundreds of glass plates taken during WWI that have never before been published.

The images, by an unknown photographer, shines a light on the daily lives of soldiers in the trenches. 

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