Trench Warfare - Bombs Fired By Catapult 1914-1918

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  • Before officers badges of rank were transferred to the epaulettes they were worn on the cuff as shown. I think the officer is a major as there is only one pip and it looks like a crown. It looks like he has struck the fuse against his pip on the left sleeve to start it

    I can't see any block as in the description

    Keith Partington 4th Jul 2014

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