A Picture That Will Be Historic 1916

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A Picture That Will Be Historic - French troops passing the Chateau Vaux - 1916.

France.

World War One; military. 1st of July; 1916; Allies launch the Battle of the Somme - French troops passing the battered but magnificent Chateau de Vaux; which had been captured by the Germans in...

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Cataloguer:
Cheri
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
71552
Sort Number:
ON 021 M
Time in/Out:
01:00:05:00 / 01:00:42:00
Canister:
ON 021 M
Film ID:
1856.01
Issue Date:
1916

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