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Rare colour photographs from the trenches of WW1.

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    Either way, they are a very interesting group of images and it's always good to see colour from that era to remind us that the world and time gone by isn't always in black and white.

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    This one is just staggering:


    A crater caused by the explosion of 19 mines placed underneath German positions near Messines in West Flanders by the British on June 7, 1917. A total of about 10,000 soldiers died, amongst them almost all of the 3rd Royal Bavarian Division. The blast was one of the biggest non-nuclear explosions of all times and was audible in Dublin and London.
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