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The Battle of the Somme
6. British/ French gained 7 miles duringthis battle along the Somme ...
Territory Gained
These were some of the maps that I used to help me draw in the front lines on ArcGIS Online. After I drew these front lines I did a lot of my ...
Map of the Battle of the Somme by Unknown
Tanks were first used at the Battle of the Somme Photo by Ernest Brooks
1 July 1916: the beginning of the Battle of the Somme
Battle of the Somme
Battle of the Somme
The Battle of the Somme
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British push forward
Battle of the Somme in numbers: Key facts as the battle marks its centenary
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Still from The Battle of the Somme
French troops prepare to move on German positions.
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Stretcher-parties wading through the morass sometimes took six hours to bring in casualties.
Battle of the Somme after the first day's fighting. Haig had hoped to break through German lines at Fricourt and then turn north to capture the key railway ...
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Allied powers during the First World War
Key Facts about the Battle of the Somme
Strategic developments[edit]
The last battle on the Somme
Soldiers in the Gallipoli landing boats
No Man's Land, Battle of Somme
THE SOMME- The British Battle
No Man's Land
My final project is focusing on the Battle of the Somme during The Great War of 1916. The Battle of the Somme was fought to divert the German's attention ...
The British summer offensive of 1916, the Battle of the Somme, was much anticipated
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Later in the war the Germans developed several light tanks, but they were no match for the British heavy tanks.
British soldiers leave thier trenches at the Somme
Canadian soldiers, Battle of Somme
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World War I's Battle of the Somme as you've never seen it before
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Entering No Man's Land during the Battle of Somme, 1916
Ireland and the Battle of the Somme
Battle of the Somme. A support company of an assault battalion, of the Tyneside
Tactical developments[edit]
The Battle of the Somme was intended to draw German troops away from Verdun and break
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Men of Royal Irish Rifles resting in a communication trench during the opening hours of the
Soldiers advancing through morning mist at the Battle of Somme, July 1, 1916 [3000x2229] ...
British reserve troops waiting to move up to the forward area during the battle of the
Gas-masked men of the British Machine Gun Corps with a Vickers machine gun.
British troops go “over the top” in a scene staged for a newsreel film on the battle. 1916.
Soldiers gather near a Mark I tank at Flers. September 17, 1916.
Battle of the Somme 100 years on: Why we must remember fallen war heroes
Why was the first day of the Somme such a disaster?
Battle of Flers-Courcelette. A Brigadier and his staff outside Tank 17 of D
Battle of the Somme
Timeline of the Battle of Somme
Scene outside a Casualty Clearing Station (CCS) as casualties, including Canadians, wait
Returning were as tedious as go o'er' so the ill-fated Somme offensive didn't end after Day 1. To relieve French agonies at the Battle of Verdun it had to ...
Battle of the Somme Facts & Worksheets
The Battle of the Somme: The First Proving Ground for British Air Power? – Defence-In-Depth
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Advancing through "No Man's Land," April 1917.
British halted by atrocious weather
Australians in The Battle ofSomme and The Battle of Ypres ...
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Facts about the Battle of the Somme you may not have known
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Was the Battle of the Somme a bloodbath or a tactical necessity
over the top
More than 3,500 Irish died in the savage Battle of the Somme
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Travel: Normandy, France, and the Battle of the Somme
British troops wearing gas masks using the Vickers machine gun, one of the earliest examples