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Reactions to shell fire and dealing with shell-shock. Reactions to shell fire and dealing with shell-shock. Collins, William John Unknown Interview
Reactions of German civilians to British and German troops after the Armistice. Reactions of German civilians to British and German troops after the Armistice. Collins, William John Unknown Interview
Reaction to corpses. Difference between seeing photographs of corpses and reality. Reaction to corpses. Difference between seeing photographs of corpses and reality. Hewitt, Leonard James 1973 Interview
Reaction to Armistice Day parades since the War and the hurt felt at seeing surviving veterans when her Reaction to Armistice Day parades since the War and the hurt felt at seeing surviving veterans when her own husband was executed for 'cowardice' Farr, Gertrude 17th April 1993 Interview
Reaction at outbreak of war. Expectation of duration of war. Reaction at outbreak of war. Expectation of duration of war. Hewitt, Leonard James 1973 Interview
Problems of rats: eating 'iron' rations (basic issued food), size of rats and their feeding on dead Problems of rats: eating 'iron' rations (basic issued food), size of rats and their feeding on dead bodies. McIndoe, Thomas Walter 1975 Interview
Problems of mud in the Ypres Salient. Problems of mud in the Ypres Salient. Williamson, Henry 1963 Interview
Problems of lice and attempts at delousing. Problems of lice and attempts at delousing. Oxley, Henry 1975 Interview
Problems of lice and attempts at delousing. Washing and changing clothes. Problems of lice and attempts at delousing. Washing and changing clothes. Oxley, Henry 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