Detailed report

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Detailed report

Catalogue reference: WO 95/2931 (6)

Detailed report showing the activity of all units within the 168th and 169th Infantry Brigades on the first
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At the front line

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At the front line

Catalogue reference: WO 153/1265

Movement of Infantry Divisions on the Somme (July - October)
Grid shows how long, in number of days,
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Time at the front

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Time at the front

Catalogue reference: WO 153/1265
Movement of Infantry Divisions on the Somme (July-October 1916)
The colour key shows what each Division was
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First day of the Somme

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First day of the Somme

Catalogue reference: WO 153/167

This trench map shows the objectives of the British Army’s 29th Infantry Division for the first
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First day of the Somme (annotated)

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First day of the Somme (annotated)

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This trench map shows the objectives of the British Army’s 29th Infantr
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Panoramic photo of Gommecourt, May 1916

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Panoramic photo of Gommecourt, May 1916

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Third Army monochrome panoramic photo-mechanical print depicting Gommecourt, taken on 20
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