New photographs have been released to [lark / mark] the centenary of the end of the First World War on November 11, 1918. The UK's Press Association [issued / issuance] the selection of 100 [images / imaging] from a century ago. They were originally [fading / fade] black and white images but have been [painful / painstakingly] enhanced and recreated. They provide us with a [clearer / clarity] idea of what happened during and after the War, which killed nine million people. The photographs show [winding / wounded] soldiers, prisoners of war, fighting in the [trenches / benches] , and scenes in London after the day the Armistice was [singed / signed] to end the war. One shows a soldier having a haircut in a makeshift mountain barbershop on the Albanian [front / back] .
A UK-based photo colouriser [recreated / recreation] the coloured photos. Tom Marshall told reporters he wanted to do [some / something] special to [commemorate / commemoration] the 100-year anniversary of World War 1, which at the [moment / time] was called "the war to end all wars". Mr Marshall said: "I began colourising black and white photos [professionally / professional] in 2014, coinciding with the centenary of the [outbreak / breakup] of WW1 in 1914....To mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, I decided to [collate / locate] 100 images I've colourised in tribute [at / to] the men and women who lived through the war, and those who lost their lives." He added: "I [included / inclusive] men and women of several nationalities, races and religions, as the [entirely / entire] world was affected by the war."