The Battle of the Somme, where British and French troops fought together against the German army, was one of the bloodiest battles in history, with over one million casualties over a period of five months
Major General Sir G Feilding unveils a war memorial on the Somme to remember the fighting there in 1916.
Unveiling of memorial to New Zealand soldiers in Longueval, France
French soldiers march past Chateau Vaux in France, 1916.
German prisoners captured since start of the Battle of the Somme work on French land.
German prisoners surrender on the Somme front.
German prisoners who surrendered during the Battle of the Somme.
The most imposing picture yet taken of German prisoners captured on the Somme.