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Type of rations available in front line. Type of rations available in front line. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Discomforts of trench life: mud and lice. Discomforts of trench life: mud and lice. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Trench life. Shaving and washing in the trenches. Trench life. Shaving and washing in the trenches. McIndoe, Thomas Walter 1975 Interview
Muddy trenches causing trench foot. Muddy trenches causing trench foot. Burke, Ulick Burnard 1975 Interview
Work of wiring parties. Work of wiring parties. Burke, Ulick Burnard 1975 Interview
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
Importance of trench experience for survival; deceptive peacefulness of trench warfare for new soldiers. Importance of trench experience for survival; deceptive peacefulness of trench warfare for new soldiers. Oxley, Henry 1975 Interview
Routine of day in trenches. Stand to, posting sentries, trench periscopes. Routine of day in trenches. Stand to, posting sentries, trench periscopes. Burke, Ulick Burnard 1975 Interview
Ypres Salient, March 1918. Condition of French trenches at Kemmel. Differences between German and British Ypres Salient, March 1918. Condition of French trenches at Kemmel. Differences between German and British trenches. Oxley, Henry 1975 Interview
Ypres Salient, March 1918. Construction of new trenches. Royal Engineers and trench digging. Ypres Salient, March 1918. Construction of new trenches. Royal Engineers and trench digging. Oxley, Henry 1975 Interview