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Follow photojournalist Bailey as he visits historic WWI sites

The names of 55,000 missing with no known graves are written on the walls of Meningate Memorial in Ypres, Belgium. Photo: David Bailey

David Bailey has been covering the historic and significant sites of World War I for many years – with his work syndicated in News Limited publications.

The Bunbury photojournalist is heading to the UK, Italy, France and Turkey this week to add to his vast collection of images involving historic sites of interest from WWI.

Here are some of his works.

In an exclusive for RSLWA, we will be publishing David’s personal observations and photographs from his current overseas adventures when he begins work in a week’s time.

It’s a journey you can share with him, through his incredibly moving and timeless photos.

For more images from Mr Bailey’s vast library of photographs taken on the Western Front go to www.historyimprint.net

A mason cleans some of the more than 10,000 headstones in the Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery in Belgium. Photo: David Bailey

 

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