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The battle continues until November 1916.

WW1, August 1916: Battle of the Somme- Bombardment of Guillemont. –– WFA

The last battle on the Somme

Battle of Albert. Scene in a communication trench before an attack. July 1916.

Men of the Border Regiment are pictured resting, some in 'funk holes',

WW1, 10 August 1916, Battle of the Somme. Captured Russian Obukhov 152mm Fortress

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The road to Guillemont during the Battle of the Somme in 1916. My Great Grandfather

Gunners of the 156th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery hauling a 8 inch howitzer into

Q Three 8 inch howitzers of Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery (RGA) firing from the Fricourt-Mametz Valley during the Battle of the Somme August 1916

WW1, 10 August 1916, Battle of the Somme. King George V with Edward

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British guns at Battle of the Somme, summer 1916.

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The Lochnagar crater at La Boiselle on the Somme which was left behind by an enormous

British infantry on the Vaux-sur-Somme road, 1916. Imperial War Museum

Aerial photograph, High Wood, Somme

Battle of Pozières, August 10th 1916 (photo by official British photographer Lieutenant Ernest Brooks)

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Battle of the Somme July 1916

Black Watch, Fricourt-Albert Road, Aug 1916

WW1, 7 August 1916, Battle of the Somme; Enemy shell bursting on flooded ground in Aveluy Wood. © IWM ( Q 1207)

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The British troops were for the most part forced back into their trenches by the effectiveness of the German machine gun response.

WW1, 1916, Battle of the Somme. Steps in a captured German dug-out on the Somme. German positions were exquisitely fortified with deep concrete shelters, ...

Dead German, the Battle of the Somme 1 July-18 November 1916.

Remnants of the 6th Brigade returning from Pozières, August 1916

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Libray photo dated 1916 showing a British soldier keeping watch on 'No-Man's Land

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British push forward

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Troops of the British XIV Corps, advancing near Ginchy, during the Battle of Morval

Hawthorn Ridge Redoubt mine, 1 July 1916. Photograph by Ernest Brooks.

Men of the Border Regiment rest in shallow dugouts near Thiepval Wood. August, 1916.

The Battle of the Somme, July-november 1916 Aerial photograph of Mouquet Farm prior

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Irish Rifles 1 July 1916 at the Somme

The ruins of Guillemont Station

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New Zealand artillery on the Somme, 1916

howitzers of Siege Battery at La Houssoye on the Somme, 25 August The howitzer had a range of about yards km), and fired a kg) shell. Most heavy artillery ...

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The Battle of the Somme, July-november 1916 Battle of Pozieres Ridge. Destroyed

Soldiers cross the river Ancre during the Allied attack on Thiepval Ridge. September, 1916.

Reinforcements cross the old German front line during the advance towards Flers. September 15, 1916.

An artillery depot behind German lines. 1916.

A 6-inch howitzer is hauled through the mud near Pozieres. September, 1916.

German infantry advancing across open country in August 1914.

Australians behind the lines, Sausage Valley near Pozières

A piper of the 7th Seaforth Highlanders leads four men of the 26th Brigade back from the trenches after the attack on Longueval. July 14, 1916.

The Battle of the Somme, July-november 1916 Battle of Pozieres Ridge. Destroyed

Battle of the Somme. A support company of an assault battalion, of the Tyneside

British halted by atrocious weather

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The Battle of the Somme, July-november 1916 Battle of Pozieres Ridge. The

The results of artillery bombardment. The once tree lined road to Guillemont. Aug-1916.

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Infantry in the support trench during preliminary bombardment during the first week of the Battle of

Wounded Allied soldiers lie on stretchers near the village of Ginchy, waiting for evacuation by

The site of Guillemont village during the War

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New Zealand troops move up toward Gravenstafel Spur, 13 October 1917 (ATL, 1/2-012933-G)

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The Battle of the Somme. German prisoners in the divisional POW camp at Acheux,

The first official photograph taken of a Tank going into action, at the Battle of

Soldiers gather near a Mark I tank at Flers. September 17, 1916.

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