This photograph, dated the 24th of June, 1918, shows Italian troops at 10am, waiting for battle.
They are in the commune of Nervesa, in the northern Italian Veneto region, an area that was largely destroyed in battle in the days immediately before.
The soldiers retook the region from the Austro-Hungarians.
A 1919 painting depicting the moment the Zeppelin was brought down.
Only twenty-three at the time of his accident, Warneford, a member of the Royal Naval Air Service had been hailed a hero ten days earlier when he’d brought down a German Zeppelin in the First World War.
After the presentation ceremony and reception Warneford was transporting American journalist Henry Beach Newman from an aerodrome at Buc when the plane crashed, killing both passengers. Newman died instantly, while Warneford died of his injuries shortly afterwards.
The funeral took place in July. X
In addition to his French award, he was also given the Victoria Cross.
HMS Castor. Wounded Received After the Battle of Jutland, 31st May 1916. X
Part of the First World War, it was one of the last battles fought solely between ships in the history of the world.
The HMS Castor – the British ship in the painting – can be seen above.