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  • Mines and the Bapaume Road, La Boisselle

    Mines and the Bapaume Road, La Boisselle

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2962

    image: A view from the edge of a series of large mine craters blasted out of the chalky soil. The mines have formed circular hollows in the earth surrounded by a peaked ring of chalky soil.

  • The Somme: A Clear Day. View from the British trenches opposite La Boisselle, showing German front line and mine
craters

    The Somme: A Clear Day. View from the British trenches opposite La Boisselle, showing German front line and mine craters

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2970

    image: A view over the landscape including the British trences at La Boisselle. Grey coloured rocks merge out of the grass, and are spread across the fields in the distance.

  • The Great Mine, La Boisselle

    The Great Mine, La Boisselle

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2379

    image: A view over the top of a huge mine crater blasted out of the chalky soil around La Boisselle. The space in the foreground is covered in white chalk, and the sky above a mass of dense grey cloud.

  • THE SOMME BATTLEFIELD AFTER THE BATTLE, 1917

    THE SOMME BATTLEFIELD AFTER THE BATTLE, 1917

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooks, Ernest (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1917-09-02

    Q 2773

    Old German front line trench, looking towards Albert from the direction of La Boisselle; near La Boisselle, 2 September 1917.

  • THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooks, Ernest (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1916-07-03

    Q 770

    Battle of Albert. Bringing in wounded soldiers from La Boisselle, Albert-Bapaume road, 3rd July 1916. La Boisselle can be seen in left distance and shells bursting in background.

  • THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooks, Ernest (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1916-11

    Q 1612

    A ration limber near La Boisselle on the Somme, November 1916.

  • THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooks, Ernest (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1916-07-03

    Q 766

    Battle of Albert. German prisoners being brought in after the capture of La Boisselle, by the troops of the 19th Division, 3rd July 1916. La Boisselle can be seen in the background

  • THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooks, Ernest (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1916-07-06

    Q 779

    Bomb carrying party of the 1st Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) going up to the front line at La Boisselle, 6th July 1916. (La Boisselle is in left centre distance).

  • THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Engineers No 1 Printing Company 1916-07-01

    Q 52

    Battle of Albert. The 103rd (Tyneside Irish) Brigade, part of the 34th Division, advancing from the Tara-Usna Line to attack La Boisselle on the morning of 1 July. The 34th Division suffered heavier losses than any other division that day.

  • Inside a Small Mine Crater, La Boisselle

    Inside a Small Mine Crater, La Boisselle

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2373

    image: A view looking down from the edge into a mine crater blasted into the white chalky soil. There is a deep blue sky above dotted with white and mauve clouds.

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