Battlefield And Germans In Bunkers 1914-1918

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  • The thing in the tree is a dead horse, The effects of explosions sometimes have some macabre results,
    Scenes from the documentary The Battle of the Somme show similar trenches as per those with the machine gunners after they had been heavily shelled and captured which as the German prisoners may indicate have recently been taken by the French.

    Keith Partington 4th Jul 2014

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