bantarleton:

French Dragoons escorting German prisoners in the region of Gœulzin, a commune in the Nord department in northern France.
Late August 1914.

meninroad:

© IWM (Q 4655) A Lancashire Fusilier sentry in a front line trench and British wire in “No man’s land”. Opposite Messines, near Ploegsteert Wood, January 1917.

"The British 7th Division on the march from Bruges to Ostend, 8 October 1914. This move was made in order to cover the landing of the 3rd Cavalry Division, which had left Southampton on 7th October and was to disembark at Ostend. The landing had to be covered, as reports were received that large German forces had concentrated at Lille and were moving westward. "

"The 6th Battalion, Manchester Regiment advancing over open terrain during the Third Battle of Krithia, Gallipoli, 1915."

historicaltimes:

One of the first colour photos in Ireland, 1913 - Woman in traditional Gaelic dress

bielzigup:

These images, which represent the first ever colour photographs taken in Ireland, were taken in 1913 by two French women, Marguerite Mespoulet and Madeleine Mignon-Alba, who used newly available autochrome colour plates. - More here