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wm_99.jpg.jpg1920 14th century walls and Lille gate through which British troops entered during defence of YpresGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_53.jpg.jpg1920 After attack on Mouquet Farm, Thiepval Ridge, taken by our matchless infantry at heavy cost.Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_95.jpg.jpg1920 After the bitter struggle for the stricken village of Gheluvelt, lost and retaken several timesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_114.jpg.jpg1920 After the desperate struggle for Lone Pine, Australians and Turks lying as they bayonetted one anotherGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_91.jpg.jpg1920 After weeks of weary fighting for the fateful Menin Road, victors and the vanquished, both happyGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_54.jpg.jpg1920 Albert Cathedral, where statue of Virgin Mary hung amid the ruins 'til felled by Hun shellsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_77.jpg.jpg1920 Artillery observation officer in O Pip [Observation Post] regulates our barrage during advance on WoncourtGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_55.jpg.jpg1920 At dawn, in a determined assault, we carry the fortified German entrenchments in Trones WoodGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_92.jpg.jpg1920 Attending to wounded on the Menin Road, Ypres, during strenuous struggles around ZonnebekeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_73.jpg.jpg1920 At the bayonet's point our troops surprise a Jerry machine gunner in his den at CroisellesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_72.jpg.jpg1920 At the bayonet's point our troops surprise a Jerry machine gunner in his den at CroisellesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_104.jpg.jpg1920 Beach W, a Turkish death-trap, rushed by indomitable Lancasters under a tornado of fire, unloading storesGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_59.jpg.jpg1920 Bombing the Bosche out of their deep dug-outs near Martinpuich during our advance on SommeGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_133.jpg.jpg1920 British troops from invading columns refresh themselves at a waterfallGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
1920 *card missing* Incessant and thrilling aerial combats secure us masteryof the air and blind the enemy artilleryGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_67.jpg.jpg1920 Charred bodies of Zeppelin crew shot down in flames at Billericay by Capt. Robinson V.C.Girdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_143.jpg.jpg1920 The deadly cloud of gas approaching - our men prepare to meet a threatened enemy attackGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_84.jpg.jpg1920 Disaster on the Dunes; the Huns blow up the bridges and isolate our hard-pressed battalionsGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_111.jpg.jpg1920 Dreadnaughts bombard heights of Chocolate Hill at Lalu Bay, covering advance from Suvla HillGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
wm_128.jpg.jpg1920 Early morning camp fires & Breakfast in the Persian GulfGirdwood, Charles Hilton DeWitt; South Dublin Libraries Local Studies
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