Yesterday's Daily Express decorated its WW1 piece with a picture and caption. Link to the story here.
It was picked up on Twitter by @philipoltermann:
Missed this at the time: Express invents new WW1 front between Kiel and imaginary town "Pohlberg" http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/423087/Don-t-mention-the-war-Meddling-Germans-tell-us-how-to-mark-the-centenary
As @philipoltermann points out there was surely no fighting near Kiel during WW1 (except perhaps for revolts/mutinies within Germany's armed forces) and where or what is "Pohlberg"? The "Kiel-Pohlberg battlefront"?
But leaving aside the caption is this picture even WW1? Helmets and kit look suspiciously WW2 era.
Can anyone confirm?