Western Front 1916 onwards

All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
Horrifying effect of trench warfare and its impact on a small cohort of young German soldiers
All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
Horrifying effect of trench warfare and its impact on a small cohort of young German soldiers
The Trench (1999)
1st of July 1916, "The day British idealism died "
Paths of Glory (1957)
French generals hide their own incompetence by declaring their own soldiers cowards, 1916
Britannic (2000)
Sinking of the sister ship of the Titanic, November 1916
Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
Arab revolt against Turkey (Ottoman Empire) 1916
Verdun (1928)
Major WWI battle, Feb. 2 to December 18, 1916, in northeastern France
Life And Nothing But (1989)
A year after WW I has ended, cynical Major Dellaplane has the difficult task of identifying and interring thousands of fallen French soldiers anonymously languishing in field hospitals and littering the vast Verdun battlefield
Beneath Hill 60 (2010)
Australian miners are used to dig tunnels under the German lines to plant explosives, June 7, 1917
The Monocled Mutineer (1986)
2 DVD set of a tv series about the mutiny of soldiers against the harsh British training Camp Etaples, France in 1917 on the eve of the Passchendaele battle, June 11, 1917
Passchendaele (2008)
Battle of Passchendaele (June-November 1917) in which 10th Battalion of 1st Canadian Division set record for highest number of individual bravery awards for a single battle
21 Brothers (2011)
A film I did not like about a lot of talk among Canadian troops before the Battle of Courcelette, September 15, 1916
The Lighthorsemen (1987)
Charge on Beersheba, events after Gallipoli for the Australian troops (October 31, 1917)
40,000 Horsemen (1940)
Australian cavalry at the Battle of Beersheba (October 31, 1917)
Mata Hari (1931)
Greta Garbo as the spy Mata Hari executed in 1917
Up the Front (1972)
The spy Mata Hari
Riders (1942)
Ukrainian resistance against Germans in 1918
1918 (1985)
In a small Texas town, Horace Robedaux feels the pressure to enlist for WWI but has a wife and child to take care of, but his father-in-law intervenes followed by an influenza epidemic
The Lost Prince (2003)
Prince John, the youngest child of King George V and Queen Mary of Great Britain, who died of epilepsy at the age of 13 in 1919
All the King’s Men (1999)
A military company from the estate of the mother of King George V just seems to disappear
Behind the Lines (1997)
Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, two of England's most important WW1 poets
The Road to Glory (1936)
Trench life as seen by a French regiment; as time goes on Lt. Denet gets in a triangle love relationship with Monique and his captain
Immortal France (1943)
The Froment family of Montmartre, France from the Franco-Prussian war of 1871 to Nazi occupation in World War II
Captain Conan (1996)
During the last days of the WWI, French Capitaine Conan is an excellent warrior, but finds he is unsuited for peacetime duty in Bucharest
Legends of the Fall (1994)
Very good WWI trench combat scenes
Un long dimanche de fiançailles (2004)
A French woman has to become a detective in her search for her fiancé who is missing in action, not dead
My Boy Jack (2007)
Author Rudyard Kipling pushes to get his son into the army; son is reported missing, probably wounded; Mrs. Kipling moves heaven and earth to learn the truth about what happened
Testament of Youth (1979)
TV mini-series based on Vera Brittain's autobiography for the years 1913-1925 who becomes a nurse & is almost overwhelmed at seeing the faces of dead and horribly wounded friends and family
The Ode to Joy (2006)
A Japanese film of the Japanese Bando Prisoner of War camp in World War I depicting friendship of German/Austrian-Hungarian POWs with the camp director
Forest of the Hanged (1965)
Romanian in service of Austro-Hungarian military refuses to fight the Romanians