WWI Photos are Unbelievable

These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable

Usually when photos that were once long-lost become found and restored, they are generally bland and boring; however, a new series of images from the First World War were discovered and they are amazing. The series give you a jarring look into life in the trenches and personal glimpses of famous leaders.

Reuters reports the new images are a small part of a massive collection of unpublished glass plates that were taken from the Western Front during the war. The images were left by a viscount in Armored Cavalry Branch of the French Army.

These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
A trench after it was just shelled
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
Field Marshall, Douglas Haig
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
French Artillery Soldiers
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
Moving artillery
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
Seized German Trench
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun at Perthes les Hurlus in Eastern France
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
French officers inspecting trenches on the Argonne Front in May, 1916
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
Dogs were used to help pull artillery because horses were in short supply
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
General Joseph Joffre handing out medals to soldiers who fought in the Battle of Verdun in March 1916.
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
Field Marshal Horatio Herbert Kitchener
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
Captured German Soldiers
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
German soldiers held captive at Verdun
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
French General Emile Eugene Belin (right) visiting the front line near Arras, Northern France.
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
French troops in trenches above Ablain-Saint-Nazaire in the Artois front, northern France, in 1916.
These Unseen Photos From World War I Are Unbelievable
Soldiers and horses amid a destroyed spot on the battlefield at Maurepas on the Somme front, northern France October 1916.