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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
Routine in the trenches. Describes the early morning 'stand to'. Routine in the trenches. Describes the early morning 'stand to'. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Daily routine of trench warfare. Distribution of rations. Daily routine of trench warfare. Distribution of rations. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Organisation of ration parties and distribution of rations. Organisation of ration parties and distribution of rations. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Type of rations available in front line. Type of rations available in front line. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Making tea in front lines. Constructing a small cooker. Making tea in front lines. Constructing a small cooker. Webb, Percy 20th March 1975 Interview
Muddy trenches causing trench foot. Muddy trenches causing trench foot. Burke, Ulick Burnard 1975 Interview
Siting of trench mortar emplacements. Siting of trench mortar emplacements. Burke, Ulick Burnard 1975 Interview
Trench warfare and life at Bathune. Problems of lice. Trench warfare and life at Bathune. Problems of lice. Cooney, Ralph Carson 1974 Interview