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Landscapes. Postal_censorship_message_1916. Death toll. The casualties of the first world war Nightmare On a pole, rotten and foulSquats the conscience of nations,Three children's bones dance around the poleBroken from a young mother’s body.A sheep bleats the rhythm bah bah.

Death toll

History - World Wars: Animated Map: The Western Front, 1914 - 1918. Recherche soldats. The Guardian-A global guide to the first world war. Imperial War Museum. History - World War One Centenary - WW1 1914-1918.

The 'lost' poetry of World War One. Untold stories of the war. Jeremy Paxman For much of the first world war the official Royal Navy fleet included a battleship that was quietly rusting at the bottom of the sea.

Untold stories of the war

In 1914, the British navy was the greatest seagoing force in the world. HMS Audacious joined the fleet the previous year, a new, state-of-the-art battleship with 10 13½in guns, 16 smaller guns and a crew of 900. On 27 October 1914, the Audacious emerged from the fleet's deep-water anchorage in Lough Swilly for gunnery drills off the coast of Donegal.