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A British Advanced observation post

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A British Advanced observation post

A ruined house is used as an advanced observation post by British officers. Situated close to German lines, the officers relay information back about the accuracy of artillery fire. The dark cloth seen behind one of the officers (with binoculars) helps to disguise any movement. Seen against a background of sky, he would inevitably attract the attention of snipers. Date: 1915

Media ID 14166150

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Advanced Artillery Binoculars Cloth Fortunino Information Matania Observation Ruined Snipers


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