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Molleville Farm
Molleville Farm
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Lochnagar Crater - Somme
Lochnagar Crater - Somme
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Thiepval Memorial - Somme Battlefield
Thiepval Memorial - Somme Battlefield
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The London Irish Rifles Loos Football
The London Irish Rifles Loos Football
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High Wood - Somme Battlefield
High Wood - Somme Battlefield
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Passchendaele landscape - Ypres
Passchendaele landscape - Ypres
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Marine Attack 6th June - Belleau Wood
Marine Attack 6th June - Belleau Wood
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Newfoundland Park - Beaumont Hamel - Somme
Newfoundland Park - Beaumont Hamel - Somme
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Helles - V Beach. Seddulbahir Castle from the site of SS River Clyde
Helles - V Beach. Seddulbahir Castle from the site of SS River Clyde
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Observation tree in the Bois d'Ormont - Verdun
Observation tree in the Bois d'Ormont - Verdun
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Battlefield grave memorial - Champagne
Battlefield grave memorial - Champagne
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Chemin des Dames
Chemin des Dames
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The London Irish Rifles Loos Football Featured Image

The London Irish Rifles Loos Football

London Irish Rifles - The Loos Football
This is the football wich the LIR kicked across No Mans Land on Sept 25th 1915 as they attacked the German positions in the town of Loos.
The following description was written by Patrick Macgill who achieved fame after the war as a poet and writer and who was a stretcher bearer during the battle.
I peered over the top. The air blazed with star-shells, and Loos in front stood out like a splendid dawn. A row of impassive faces, sleep-heavy they looked, lined our parapet; bayonets, silver-spired, stood up over the sandbags; the dark bays, the recessed dug-outs with their khaki-clad occupants dimly defined in the light of little candles took on fantastic shapes. From the North Sea to the Alps stretched a line of men who could, if they so desired, clasp, one another's hands all the way along. A joke which makes men laugh at Ypres at dawn may be told on sentry-go at Souchez by dusk, and the laugh which accompanies it ripples through the long, deep trenches... until it breaks itself like a summer wave against the traverse where England ends and France begins.
Many of our men were asleep, and maybe dreaming. What were their dreamsja... I could hear faint, indescribable rustlings as the winds loitered across the levels in front; a light shrapnel shell burst, and its smoke quivered in the radiant light of the star-shells. Showers and sparks fell from high up and died away as they fell. Like lives of men, I thought, and again that feeling of proximity to the enemy surged through me.
A boy came along the trench carrying a football under his arm. "What are you going to do with thatja" I asked.
"It's some idea, this," he said with a laugh.
"We're going to kick it across into the German trench."
"It is some idea," I said. "What are our chances of victory in the gameja"
"The playing will tell," he answered.
It was now grey day, hazy and moist, and the thick clouds of pale yellow smoke curled high in space and curtained the dawn off from the scene of war. The word was passed along. "London Irish lead on to assembly trench." The assembly trench was in front, and there the scaling ladders were placed against the parapet, ready steps to death, as someone remarked. I had a view of the men swarming up the ladders when I got there, their bayonets held in steady hands, and at a little distance off a football swinging by its whang from a bayonet standard.
Ahead the clouds of smoke, sluggish low-lying fog, and fumes of bursting shells, thick in volume, receded towards the German trenches, and formed a striking background for the soldiers who were marching up a low slope towards the enemy's parapet, which the smoke still hid from view. There was no haste in the forward move, every step was taken with regimental precision, and twice on the way across the Irish boys halted for a moment to correct their alignment. Only at a point on the right there was some confusion and a little irregularity. Were the men waveringja No fear! The boys on the right were dribbling the elusive football towards the German trench.
By the German barbed wire entanglements were the shambles of war. Here our men were seen by the enemy for the first time that e and roving that makes up the life of a soldier gone for ever. Here, too, I saw, bullet-riddled, against one morning. Up till then the foe had fired erratically through the oncoming curtain of smoke; but when the cloud cleared away, the attackers were seen advancing, picking their way through the wires which had been cut to little pieces by our bombardment. The Irish were now met with harrying rifle fire, deadly petrol bombs and hand grenades. Here I came across dead, dying and sorely wounded; lives maimed and finished, and all the romancof the spider webs known as chevaux de frise, a limp lump of pliable leather, the football which the boys had kicked across the field

© Mike St. Maur Sheil / westernfrontphotography.com

Rossignol Wood - Somme Battlefield
Rossignol Wood - Somme Battlefield
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Villers Bretonneux Cemetery & Australian Natiopnal War Memorial
Villers Bretonneux Cemetery & Australian Natiopnal War Memorial
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Somme - The Marshes of the Ancre near Authuille
Somme - The Marshes of the Ancre near Authuille
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French observation post at Col de Chapelotte
French observation post at Col de Chapelotte
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2014 - Fields of Battle - Mons
2014 - Fields of Battle - Mons
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Graveyard in the frost, Fey en Haye, St Mihiel Salient, Bois le Pretre, France
Graveyard in the frost, Fey en Haye, St Mihiel Salient, Bois le Pretre, France
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Gallipoli - looking towards Tekke Burnu with wreck of British lighter in the foreground
Gallipoli - looking towards Tekke Burnu with wreck of British lighter in the foreground
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Le Petit Donon - memorial stones to French and German dead
Le Petit Donon - memorial stones to French and German dead
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Fields of Battle - Argonne
Fields of Battle - Argonne
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Swiss Lippique Trench - Hartmannswillerkopf
Swiss Lippique Trench - Hartmannswillerkopf
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Chambrey - German railway station
Chambrey - German railway station
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L'Ormont observation tower. St Die des Vosges
L'Ormont observation tower. St Die des Vosges
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Somme - The Marshes of the Ancre near Authuille Featured Image

Somme - The Marshes of the Ancre near Authuille

The marshes of the Ancre near Authuille. It has been suggested that these marshes gave J R R Tolkien the scene of the Dead Marshes in Lord of the Rings.
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
Born 1892 South Africa. His father died in 1896 and his mother in 1904 - he and his brother looked after by a local priest. Tolkien graduated from Oxford in June 1915.
June 1916 Tolkien went to France and was posted to the 11th Battalion, The Lancashire Fusiliers as Batallion Signaling Officer.
July - in northern sector of the Somme in Beaumont-Hamel, Serre and the Leipzig Salient.
14th failed attack on Ovillers - heavy losses. One of his closest freinds, Rob Gilson, was killed.
28 September: successful raid at Popea

© Mike St. Maur Sheil / westernfrontphotography.com

Nimy Canal Bridge - Mons
Nimy Canal Bridge - Mons
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Regimental badges carved at Carriere de la Fosse aux Ours
Regimental badges carved at Carriere de la Fosse aux Ours
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Aerials of Butte de Vauquois - Argonne
Aerials of Butte de Vauquois - Argonne
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French national cemetery at Douaumont - Verdun
French national cemetery at Douaumont - Verdun
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Langer Max gun emplacement at Coucy le Chateau -Chemin des Dames
Langer Max gun emplacement at Coucy le Chateau -Chemin des Dames
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Ruined chateau of Carlpont - Aisne
Ruined chateau of Carlpont - Aisne
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Shell holes and craters at Thiaumont - Verdun
Shell holes and craters at Thiaumont - Verdun
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An unexploded shell lies amidst the mud of Passchendaele. - Ypres
An unexploded shell lies amidst the mud of Passchendaele. - Ypres
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Messines from about 400m west of Le Rossignol Farm - Rainbow
Messines from about 400m west of Le Rossignol Farm - Rainbow
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Pamard Casement, Fort de Tavannes - Verdun Battlefield
Pamard Casement, Fort de Tavannes - Verdun Battlefield
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Col Driants command post in the Bois des Caures - Verdun
Col Driants command post in the Bois des Caures - Verdun
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Ouvrage de Thiaumont - Verdun battlefield
Ouvrage de Thiaumont - Verdun battlefield
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Nimy Canal Bridge - Mons Featured Image

Nimy Canal Bridge - Mons

The original bridge was held by 4th Batt. Royal Fusiliers on Aug 23rd. Lt Dease & Pvt. Godley were both awarded V.C.s for their action at this point. Dease commanded two machine guns which were on the embankment on the left of shot with the Germans attacking from the other side of the canal. By midday one MG was out of action and Dease was firing the other single-handedly although he had been hit three times. When he finally succumbed to his wounds, Pvt. Godley took over and held off the attack for almost an hour before he too was wounded and captured although not before he had thrown the MG into the canal. Dease is buring in St Sy phorien CWGC but Godley survived the war in captivity.
Original bridge was blown up in 1940

© Mike St. Maur Sheil / westernfrontphotography.com

British officers compass - Fromelles
British officers compass - Fromelles
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Tete des Faux - Rabenbuhl Friedhof - German Cemetery
Tete des Faux - Rabenbuhl Friedhof - German Cemetery
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Somme - Beaumont Hamel British Cemetery
Somme - Beaumont Hamel British Cemetery
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Bullecourt
Bullecourt
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German statue of a lion in la Jambe de Bois
German statue of a lion in la Jambe de Bois
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Marks from a shell burst scar the top of the 155mm gun cupola atop Fort Douaumont
Marks from a shell burst scar the top of the 155mm gun cupola atop Fort Douaumont
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The Somme Marshes
The Somme Marshes
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L Arbre Rond - Le Cateau
L Arbre Rond - Le Cateau
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Fort de Douaument - Verdun battlefield
Fort de Douaument - Verdun battlefield
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Wilfred Owen - Sambre Canal - Oise
Wilfred Owen - Sambre Canal - Oise
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Chateau de Soupir - Chemin des Dames
Chateau de Soupir - Chemin des Dames
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Newfoundland Memorial Park Beaumont Hamel, Somme Battlefield
Newfoundland Memorial Park Beaumont Hamel, Somme Battlefield
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