Ajax Modal Box Content
G1023 Grenadier Guards, January 1916. Courtesy of Steve Gluening.
G1019 16th Highland Light Infantry, Albert, March 1916. Courtesy of Simon Jones.
W280 Ilford Emergency Hospital, 1916.
G987 Saddler George Alexander Edwards of Aberdeen (seated second left), 98th Baty, Royal Field Artillery, died 10 May 1918 aged 19. Photo taken at Edzell Camp, Brechin. Courtesy of Elle Martin.
B804 Sergeant Arthur Varney, M.M.,11th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, killed at Saint-Quentin, 4 October 1918, aged 20. Courtesy of Kevin Varney.
G957 Army Service Corps and Royal Artillery, Somme, 1916. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A924 Sergeant James Bridge, 4 February 1916, Egypt.
F365 Enfield wedding, 1916. Courtesy of Pat.
U236 Officers and NCOs, 24th Battalion, King’s Liverpool Regiment, St George’s Hall, Liverpool, December 1916.
G886 Airmen Payne, Barnes and Rodwell, 27th Reserve Squadron, Gosport, 1916.
G883 Gun battery, Royal Artillery, Salonika, May 1916.
F281 Unnamed soldier, Royal Engineers, and daughter. ‘From Susan, Harry & Edna, January 1916’.
G766 Unnamed officers, 5th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, May 1916. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
WO244 Auxiliary Military Hospital, Frodsham, Christmas 1916. Courtesy of Angela Collinson.
A700 Lance Corporal Walter Carter, 16th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 4 November 1916, aged 21.
WO242 Wounded group, Cenacle Red Cross Hospital, New Brighton, with Bertie Hibbett, 5th Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, wounded Gommecourt, 1st July 1916, courtesy of Elizabeth Hibbett Webb.
B524 Unnamed soldier, Royal Artillery, 26th February 1916. Courtesy of Helen Charlesworth.
B514 Sergeant Goodchild of Cleethorpes, 5th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, Monchy. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
B494 2nd 6th Cavalry Reserve Battalion, Curragh,1916: Major Henry Welch, Lieutenant Colonel H.S. Hodgkin, Captain V.H.E. Langford, Lieutenant W.J. Keery, W.O. William Roberts.
G703 Officers of 3rd Battalion, London Regiment, Hurdcott Camp, 2 May 1916, four subsequently killed and five wounded. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A624 Unnamed naval officer, Debenham & Son Studio, Southsea, 8 June 1916. Courtesy of @thisdayinww1.
G664 Army Ordnance Corps., with Lionel Bentley,France, June 1916.
B475 Ned, Pindi, 28 December 1916.
B403 Gunner Henry Rothwell, C1072 Battery, Royal Field Artillery, 1915. Courtesy of John Reeve.
Adjutant and instructional staff, 5th Offcier Cadet Battalion, Trinity College, Cambridge, July 1916.
LIeutenant QM Payne, January 1916.
Cricket XI, 5th Officer Battalion, Trinity College, Cambridge, July 1916.
Lt. Maugham, Derwentwater, May 191614th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers
2nd Lieutenant Alfred Farnan, 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps. 1916. Courtesy of Barrie Spears.
Section 3, ‘AOD’, Army Ordnance Corps, France, 1916.
Unnamed soldier, Egypt, 31 August, 1916
Douglas, 20 October 1916. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
Lionel Bentley and Army Ordnance Corps, France, June 1916.
G. Mountford, Royal Field Artillery, 1916, Walthamstow studio
Jim Baggs and Pickles, 5 January 1916. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
U107 ‘A’ Company, 5th Officer Training Battalion, Trinity College, Cambridge, July 1916.
Anthony Carter, 2nd 8th Battalion, Post Office Rifles, 1916
U108 ‘B’ Company, 5th Officer Cadet Battalion, Trinity College, Cambridge, July 1916.
Jack, 1916, Florence Studio, Camden Town.