One hundred years ago Friday, hundreds of thousands of British, French and German troops fought in the Battle of the Somme during World War I. Volunteers dressed in uniform flocked to various cities across the United Kingdom.
Men dressed as soldiers marched through Belfast, Northern Ireland, to remember the 19,240 British men who lost their lives on July 1, 1916.
Each man adopted an identity of a World War I soldier that died during the monthslong battle.
The photos of modern men dressed in old uniforms were posted on social media with #WeAreHere.
The men handed out cards to passers-by, sharing their soldier's name and identity.