Christmas Letters 1914-1918

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  • Judging by the white colour of the earth in the trench side, which looks like chalk, I would say that these troops were in the Somme section of the British lines.

    Pity the cap badges can't be easily identified.

    Keith Partington 4th Jul 2014

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