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Battle Of Neuve Chapelle Gallery

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Choose from 4 pictures in our Battle Of Neuve Chapelle collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Some cheerful wounded from the Neuve Chapelle fighting, wearing captured German helmets, 1915
Some cheerful wounded from the Neuve Chapelle fighting, wearing captured German helmets, 1915
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A batch of Neuve Chapelle wounded on a French railway station, 1915
A batch of Neuve Chapelle wounded on a French railway station, 1915
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A British attack using the bayonet and grenade, Neuve-Chapelle, France, 10 March 1915, (1926).Artist: Frederic Villiers
A British attack using the bayonet and grenade, Neuve-Chapelle, France, 10 March 1915, (1926).Artist: Frederic Villiers
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British troops advance under cover of darkness, Neuve-Chapelle, France, 10 March 1915, (1926).Artist: Frederic Villiers
British troops advance under cover of darkness, Neuve-Chapelle, France, 10 March 1915, (1926).Artist: Frederic Villiers
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Some cheerful wounded from the Neuve Chapelle fighting, wearing captured German helmets, 1915 Featured Image

Some cheerful wounded from the Neuve Chapelle fighting, wearing captured German helmets, 1915

Some cheerful wounded from the Neuve Chapelle fighting, wearing captured German helmets, 1915. The Battle of Neuve Chapelle (10-13 March 1915) was a British offensive in the Artois region of France. The battle at Neuve Chapelle marked a watershed in trench warfare, which showed how the new conditions affected attack and defence. From The Manchester Guardian: History of the War, Vol. II.-1914-15., 1915. (Colorised black and white print)

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