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Mapping the First World War by Peter Chasseaud - review

• Book reveals first bombing raids on UK• Unique collection of illustrations used by military and political intelligence
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    Bloodbath and mudbath Seven stretcher bearers struggle to carry a wounded man to safety in Flanders during the battle of Passchendaele in 1917. Prolonged shelling destroyed drainage ditches and turned the area around the shattered town of Ypres into a quicksand of impassable sucking mud that would bog down wounded men and drown them

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