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Photograph album of Capt Ronald Hugh Walrond Rose Second of a series of three photograph albums, compiled by Lieutenant Robert Cotton Money, 1st Batta...
Cleaning machine gun Monochrome photograph,© South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieute...
A 4.5” Howitzer in concealed position at Houplines Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
View of British and German trenches Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
British lines from the shelled roof of farm Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
‘Grenadiers’ practising bomb throwing Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
Trench mortar shows what it can do Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
What the trench mortar does Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
Barbed wire entanglement Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
Barbed wire entanglement after treatment by machine gun fire Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
The machine guns treating the barbed wire Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...
C Company's trenches with Sergeant Blakemore Monochrome photograph, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieut...

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