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|Notes||Men resting in a sunken road, staring at the camera. These are of the 1st Lancashire Fusiliers, occupying the sunken road half way across no man's land early in the morning of 1st July. This was the only significant achievement on 1st July in this part of the front.|
|Item Date||1st July 1916|
|Creation place||Beaumont Hamel, France (Google Maps)|
|Item source||VHS copy of original film|
|Item medium||VHS copy of original film|
|Keywords||Allied Forces, Western Front, Fighting Men|
|Collection ID||The Battle of the Somme, Part 3, Caption 32|
|Repository name||Imperial War Museum Film and Video Archive|
|Repository address||Imperial War Museum|
|Copyright||The Imperial War Museum|
|Publication editor||Urban, C. A. and Malins G. H.|
|Digital repository||The First World War Poetry Digital Archive|
|Producer||Jury, W. F.|