BATTLE OF THE SOMME (1916)

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The year is 1916. We’re right in the trenches as British soldiers go “up and over” during the Battle of the Somme in World War I. The battle, fought by British and French forces against Germany along the River Somme in northern France, was one of the largest and bloodiest engagements of the “war to end all wars”. Ironically, the Celtic word, “Somme” means “tranquility”. Colorizing this nearly 100 year-old photo brings us up close to the action. It’s as if we are eye-witnesses to history.

WW1 - Battle Of The Somme, France (O)

WW1 - Battle Of The Somme, France (RC-Best)

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