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Attack on Pozieres Ridge, 4th August 1916; his advising men to run across no man's land. Attack on Pozieres Ridge, 4th August 1916; his advising men to run across no man's land. Quinnell, Charles Robert 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
Deceptive nature of newspaper reports. Civilian morale. Deceptive nature of newspaper reports. Civilian morale. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview
Effectiveness of German liquid fire-'flame thrower'. Defending a position, 5th-8th July 1916. Making Effectiveness of German liquid fire-'flame thrower'. Defending a position, 5th-8th July 1916. Making a barricade out of corpses. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview
Intensive training for Somme offensive at Lapugnoy, June 1916. Intensive training for Somme offensive at Lapugnoy, June 1916. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview
Move to Albert. Attack on Ovillers, 7th July 1916. Effectiveness of German machine guns. Move to Albert. Attack on Ovillers, 7th July 1916. Effectiveness of German machine guns. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview
Move to Amiens by train prior to Somme offensive, June 1916. Move to Amiens by train prior to Somme offensive, June 1916. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview
Scene in Red Cross marquee. Impersonal medical treatment; amputation of leg, and being fitted with artificial Scene in Red Cross marquee. Impersonal medical treatment; amputation of leg, and being fitted with artificial limb. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview
Soldiers' morale after Somme offensive. Soldiers' morale after Somme offensive. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview
Waiting on the 30th June 1916. Describes air battles by German and Allied planes. Waiting on the 30th June 1916. Describes air battles by German and Allied planes. Quinnell, Charles Robert 1975 Interview