A soldier's satirical sketches from the First World War trenches have been discovered by his family after 100 years.
Douglas Arthur Chambers never spoke of the war and stashed away the drawings, which record his experiences from training in the UK to the horrors of the Somme.
The sketchbooks were found by granddaughter Sue Doyle, 62, who inherited his estate from her mother.
Sue, of Taunton, Somerset, said: “The drawings depict the tasks they were required to do, how they felt about things and how their superiors treated them.
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"I’m proud of his artistic skill, he had a black humour which must have kept him going.”
Sue, a nurse, now intends to have the drawings published in a book.
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Douglas, of Harrow, Middlesex, served in the Royal Army Medical Corps.
He worked as a commercial artist and died in 1975, aged 80.