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- Related period
- First World War (production), First World War (content)
- Ministry of Information (Production sponsor)
British Topical Committee for War Films (Production company)
- Production date
- Place made
whole: Number Of Items/reels/tapes 2
- Catalogue number
- IWM 212
Associated people and organisations
- Nugent, Oliver Stewart Wood
- O'Donoughie (Lieutenant-Colonel)
- Logue, Michael
- Redmond, William K
- British Army, Irish Guards, 2nd Battalion
- British Army, Div 16
- British Army, Div 36
- British Army, Connaught Rangers
- British Army, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
- British Army, Royal Munster Fusiliers
- British Army, Ulster Rifles, Royal, 7th Battalion
- Canadian Army, Canadian Expeditionary Force
- Canadian Army, Irish Canadian Rangers, Bn 55
- Hulluch, Pas-de-Calais, France
- Messines, West Flanders, Belgium
- Locre, West Flanders, Belgium
- Somme, France
- Aubers Ridge, Nord, France
- GB, England & Dover, Kent (?)
- Cork, County Cork, Republic of Ireland
- Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK
- GB, Ireland & Blarney, Co Cork <castle>
- GB, Ireland & Armagh, Co Armagh <cathedral>
- GB, Ireland & Limerick, Co Limerick
- combat, British - artillery bombardment
- weapons, British - gun: 60-pounder
- casualties, British wounded
- casualties, Australian wounded
- buildings, Irish - religious: cathedral
- training, British military - combat
- defences, German - emplacement: dugout & [captured] & [damaged]
- buildings, Irish - historic: castle
- prisoners of war, German - movement
- religion, Christianity - military, British
- religion, Christianity - military, Canadian
- religion, Christianity - ceremonial, British
- casualties, British graves - formal
- society, British military - sustenance