Battle of Hazebrouck. 12 April 1918, 6-inch howitzer of the 277th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery firing in a lane in front of the railway line near Merris, in the Nord department of northern France.
An Australian gun crew, part of the 55th Siege Artillery Battery serving a 9.2in howitzer at Fricourt during the Battle of Pozières Ridge, France, Aug 1916. The Australian historian Charles Bean wrote that Pozières ridge is more densely sown with Australian sacrifice than any other place on earth
Somme, France. May 1918. Derelict British Mark IV tanks. The tank in the foreground, No 4056, is a Mark IV Male. The tank had been unable to cross Brie Bridge during the German advance, and was consequently abandoned and burnt
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