Ypres, the British soldiers "Wipers," was the scene of much of the bloodiest fighting of the war. Three great battles were fought for its possession. The photograph shows what was once the market place.
Entrance to a sandbagged dugout occupied by men of the 105th Howitzer battery near Hill 60
Men of 28th Battalion of the 2nd Australian Division lying stretched on the ground to practice Lewis gun drill at Renescure
Interior of a dugout occupied by officers of the 105th Howitzer battery of the 4th Brigade. Three officers are looking at papers in the light of two candles on an upturned box
Assault on Passchendaele 12 October - 6 November: Canadian Pioneers laying tape through the mud for a road to Passchendaele
Assault on Passchendaele 12 October - 6 November: A derelict tank stuck in the mud
Battle of Menin Road Ridge: Two blurred figures of the 1st Australian Division running from a shell burst in Glencorse Wood
Battle of Polygon Wood 26 September - 3 October: Mounted troops of the 1st Anzac Corps moving along the tree-lined Ypres road
Australian gunners on a duckboard track in Chateau Wood
A soldier running along a corduroy track with gaunt tree trunks on either side in Chateau Wood.
Aerial view of the village of Passchendaele before and after the battle
Loading a 15-in howitzer of the Royal Marine Artillery, near the Menin Rd
Stretcher bearers struggling through mud near Boesinghe, 1 August
Australian infantry wearing Small Box Respirators at Garter Point, Ypres sector, 27 September