Letter describing how the photograph after an advance on the Somme (13th Royal Fusiliers) was taken
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|Title||Letter describing how the photograph after an advance on the Somme (13th Royal Fusiliers) was taken|
|Notes||This letter is from the son of Horace Foakes to his family. It describes how a famous photograph of a group of soldiers (13th BN Royal Fusiliers) was taken after their advance on the Somme on the 7th July 1916.|
The photograph has been contributed separately to the archive, along with Horace Foakes memoirs of how he won his military medal.
|Item Date||22nd August 2002|
|Copyright||The Great War Archive, University of Oxford / Primary Contributor|
|Digital repository||The Great War Archive, University of Oxford|
|Contributor Name||Janet Mercer|