Canadian Railway Troops using 'scrapers' and mules to prepare the ground during construction of a railway at Lapugnoy (near Bethune), 11 March Using mules and scrapers economised the numbers of man-hours needed to construct the railway.
Dean Putney kickstarter project of his grandfather's days as German soldier stationed in Northern France in soldiers are pictured smiling as they horse around in the snow. That merriment, however, was short-lived
Scarred by war: Battlefield landscapes from First World War 100 years on. The pockmarked landscape of The Ouvrage du Thiamont battlefield close to Verdun, still bearing the testimony of the savage ferocity of the fighting.