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Condition of trenches on the Somme. Devastation of the battlefield. Condition of trenches on the Somme. Devastation of the battlefield. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview
Capture of German trenches in Loos attack, 1915. Capture of German trenches in Loos attack, 1915. Thorpe-Tracey, R. 1973 Interview
Method of clearing German dugouts in Loos attack, 1915. Method of clearing German dugouts in Loos attack, 1915. Thorpe-Tracey, R. 1973 Interview
Trench digging in preparation for Loos attack, 1915. Trench digging in preparation for Loos attack, 1915. Thorpe-Tracey, R. 1973 Interview
Discomforts of trench life: mud and lice. Discomforts of trench life: mud and lice. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Size of rats and the methods used to eliminate them. Size of rats and the methods used to eliminate them. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Sanitary conditions in trenches; the cnstruction of latrines. Sanitary conditions in trenches; the cnstruction of latrines. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Problems of journey to front line, Le Transloy on the Somme, 1917. Moving through communications trenches. Problems of journey to front line, Le Transloy on the Somme, 1917. Moving through communications trenches. Use of (waterproof and thigh high) jackboots. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Problems of journey to front line, Le Transloy on the Somme, 1917. Moving from communication trench, Problems of journey to front line, Le Transloy on the Somme, 1917. Moving from communication trench, to the reserve line, to the support line, to the front line, and on to the fire steps. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Routine of day in the trenches. Describes box periscopes and bayonet periscopes. Routine of day in the trenches. Describes box periscopes and bayonet periscopes. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview