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WWI Aug 1916 The Pozieres battlefield seen from the t

WWI Aug 1916 The Pozieres battlefield seen from the t


Defence of Pozières. Road to Pozieres August 1916 ...

The "Gibraltar" bunker, Pozières, in late August. A fatigue party laden with sandbags heads for the fighting at Mouquet Farm.

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Fromelles battlefield immediately after the war ended (AWM E04041)

Drainage trench, German Second Line (AWM A01563)

An unidentified soldier surveys the Pozieres battlefield, 28 August 1916. Source: Australian War

4 August 1916


Horrors of World War I brought in colorized images

17th Manchesters

The view from Centre Way trench towards Mouquet Farm, August.

Image courtesy of the Australian War Memorial

King George V with Edward, Prince of Wales,watching the Battle of Pozières Aug 10 1916

Graves at Fromelles, France following the infamous battle of July 1916.

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

WWI, Feb 1917; A view of the battlefield of Pozieres, in France,

Soldiers resting en route to the trenches, December 1916. "

Battle of Pozieres Ridge. Australian men load a 9.45 inch trench mortar known as a

Fromelles battlefield (AWM E05990)

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The last battle on the Somme

Battle of Pozieres, northern France, WW1 - Stock Image

London Territorials Battle of Pozières, which was part of the Battle of the Somme.

WWI, 16 Sept 1917; The 2nd Australian Divisional Memorial erected to the members of the Division who fell in the operations of July and August 1916.

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

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

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treating wounded Becourt Chateau Aug 1916

Soldiers wait to go over the top during Battle of Pozieres

Fricourt, August 1916. See more. Battle of Pozieres Ridge. Chaplain taking names of wounded. Fricourt-Carnoy-Montauban

The Battle of the Somme, July-november 1916 Captured German front line trench,

Map: front lines at Pozières, early 4 August 1916

Men from The Wiltshire Regiment attacking near Thiepval, 7 August

Unearthed and rusting WW1 shells from the Somme battlefield, piled up at Le Tommy Bar

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

A group of soldiers walk across wooden duckboards that have been constructed over a waterlogged and

Inscription at Pozieres Windmill Australian Memorial The Somme Picardy France - Stock Image

... Australians quickly poured over the wrecked earthworks of the first enemy trench into Pozières itself (below, a captured German trench at Pozières).

The Battle of the Somme, July-november 1916 Troops of the 2nd Australian Division

WW1 Cemeteries

Aerial recon, Fromelles battlefield (AWM J00278)

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Samuel Crampon

1916: Exhausted Australian machine gunners of the 2nd division return from the front line trenches to their billets after battle at Pozieres in 1916.

2-Day WWI Somme Western Front Day Tour

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Bombardment of Pozières (AWM EZ0080)

Wednesday 19th July, 1916

Samuel Crampon

... Pozières who fell in August-September 1916. The British dead in Plot 1 are the original burials made when Courcelette was just behind the British front ...

Next year marks a century since the end of the First World War

Corporal William Thomas Kenny died 7 August 1916, Pozieres, Somme. Unit: 25th

Pozières Windmill

The main street of Pozières (AWM EZ0095)

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Pozières and Passchendaele

A black and white photo of a flat landscape with very few signs that a building

A Chaplain buries Australian soldiers at Becourt Cemetery, France in 1916.

Devestated battlefield with shell holes and barren trees.

Australians on the Somme - Pozieres 1916

Private William (Bill) James O'Grady - 25th Battalion - KIA at Pozieres

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With the exchange of Command on 07 August it may be said that the battle for the village of Pozieres ended and the battle for Mouquet Farm began.

Captured German trenches near the windmill at Pozières, the most elevated point in the area, and the scene of bitter fighting and heavy bombardment.

Grave of 16 year old Private Thomas Moore

A black and white photo of a small area (3m x 4m) with a

Samuel Crampon

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Memorial to the Australian 1st Division. Pozières 1st Div

The cellars under Mouquet Farm (AWM E00253)

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

British push forward

Mouqet Farm was the focus of nine separate attacks by Australian troops between 8 August and 3 September 1916.

The Western Front 1915–1916.

Private John Everett, died 4 August 1916, Pozieres, Somme, WW1. Unit: A Company, 28th Battalion, Australian Infantry, Australian Imperial Force. © IWM

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Somme WW1 Battlefield, July 1st-November 1916, France. Pozieres British Cemetery from

Diorama commemorating the WWI Battle of Pozières, 1916.


Pozieres Windmill 1916


Pozières diorama at the Australian War Memorial

World War I: Map of Somme battlefield, 1916, showing High Wood circled in

Courcelette aerial photo 1916

July 20, 1916 - Battle of Fleurbaix ceases. The Australian 5th Division loses 5,333 officers and men, and 400 prisoners, in a 27 hour period.


The Western Front.

A black and white photo of a bricked arch and a room beyond, with rubble


The History of the 27th Battalion AIF WW1 27 Battalion

Men of the 53rd Battalion in a trench in their front line a few minutes before the launching of the attack at Fromelles.

Logo Anzacs in France 1916