Loose black and white photographic prints and photo-postcards depicting scenes of German activity on both Western and Eastern fronts during the First World War. Images include:
Infantry wearing gauze-pad gas masks training for trench warfare: rifle firing and grenade throwing; artillery notably a 210mm howitzer battery position; various trench positions on the Western Front including Langemarck and a number of machine gun posts; Russian prisoners of war posed with German pioneers whilst working on trenches; German army stonemasons preparing headstones for men of Pioneer Battalion Nr.22 killed during the first days of the Second Battle of Ypres (May 1915); Pioneers posed in a village outside an air raid shelter and working on the Hohenzollernwerk (a defended mine crater). There are also a number of photographs showing damage to churches, including those at Zonebeke and Becelauer.
Black and white photographic prints and photo-postcards, many with annotations handwritten in pencil on the reverse.