First published in 1962, Alistair Horne's book The Price Of Glory tells the story of the German attack, and French defense, of the city of Verdun, France from February to December of 1916.
Command center? No. Officers quarters? No. Barracks? No. Far more important...the kitchen.
This is the way to travel! Austrian armored train, circa 1915, in all its rivet covered glory.
A poster, circa 1917, for the "Hero Land" fundraising event - the "greatest spectacle" that time has forgotten about. At least we have the artwork.
Not much to add here, just something my Canadian friends might enjoy. It couldn't be more opposite from the many dark, fear inducing images of other propaganda posters of the time.