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Australian soldiers wearing respirator gas masks, Ypres, September 27, 1917. #WW1

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eric,richard-soldiers are helping people to get out from the ruins of the Cloth Hall, the Cathedral and Bishop's Palace, Ypres

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Lone Canadian soldier crossing the muddy, barbed wire-ridden battlefield, Passchendaele, 1917.

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Frank Hurley, The dawn of Passchendaele, © Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales

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Men and pack mules rounding Idiot Corner, on Westhoek Ridge, in Belgium, moving up to the front line. To follow the duckboard and corduroy track was to be seen silhouetted against the skyline, both from the Australian position and that of the enemy - before he was driven from Broodseinde Ridge. But passage over any part other than the top of the ridge was impossible owing to mud. At this point many transports and guns were wrecked by the constant shellfire, and others were lost in the…

Australians move through Idiot Corner, near Ypres. Nov. 1917.

Men and pack mules rounding Idiot Corner, on Westhoek Ridge, in Belgium, moving up to the front line. To follow the duckboard and corduroy track was to be seen silhouetted against the skyline, both from the Australian position and that of the enemy - before he was driven from Broodseinde Ridge. But passage over any part other than the top of the ridge was impossible owing to mud. At this point many transports and guns were wrecked by the constant shellfire, and others were lost in the…

1916, Ypres. The remains of the Cloth Hall and Cathedral.

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