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WWII December 1941 A navy photographer snapped this photograph of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, just as the USS Shaw exploded.

Crater on the Somme battlefield.

Shell shock: Lochnagar Crater at the Somme as it is today. The picture is part of photographer Michael St Maur Shiel's collection of World War I landscapes which still bear the signs of war damage

The fort was one of the focal points of Verdun in 1916.

Haunting: The Fort de Douaument - a defence near Verdun, France which saw one million casualties in the Great War - from Mike St Maur Sheil's collection

This is an amazing picture.  I definitely want to tour the Western Front one day.

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.


A lake on Gasherbrum glacier, in the Karakoram range of the Himalaya on the border of Chinese-administered Shaksgam Valley and Pakistan-controlled Gilgit-Baltistan territory (both disputed according to the UN).

New York Tenements, 1912.

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive : Elizabeth Street: 1912 "Row of tenements, 260 to 268 Elizabeth St., New York, in which a great deal of finishing of clothes is carried on.

World War I Pics are always just fascinating.

"Sarge, I think we’re lost.""We’re not lost, Private.