Studying maps? No, doing laundry.
French soldiers working at a smith's hearth in a forge destroyed by grenades, in Reims, in 1917.
George Redding, an Australian soldier, picks flowers during the war in Palestine. Redding enlisted in the Australian army in 1915 giving his age as 44 to the recruiting sergeant, when in fact he was 57. At the time this picture was taken he was 61, making him one of the oldest men in the First Australian Imperial Force.