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WW1 Colourised Photos  An 18 pounder gun being hauled through the mud at Broodseinde Ridge to a position further forward, in support of the advancing Australians, two days before the initial attack on Passchendaele Ridge, in the Ypres sector. 10 October 1917

WW1 Colourised Photos An 18 pounder gun being hauled through the mud at Broodseinde Ridge to a position further forward, in support of the advancing Australians, two days before the initial attack on Passchendaele Ridge, in the Ypres sector. 10 October 1917

A group of Royal Engineers at work on a light railway line near Boesinghe, grouped around a flat truck, 31 July - 2 August, Battle of Pilckem Ridge

A group of Royal Engineers at work on a light railway line near Boesinghe, grouped around a flat truck, 31 July - 2 August, Battle of Pilckem Ridge

The entrance to a German dugout near Zonnebeke that had been smashed to smithereens by British artillery during the Battle of Menin Road Ridge/23 Sept 1917

The entrance to a German dugout near Zonnebeke that had been smashed to smithereens by British artillery during the Battle of Menin Road Ridge/23 Sept 1917

Canadians in captured German trench at the Battle of Hill 70

Canadians in captured German trench at the Battle of Hill 70

A very grim photo of a deceased British gunner and his artillery piece. No Glory here...

A very grim photo of a deceased British gunner and his artillery piece. No Glory here...

A view of the supply dumps along the Menin Road, in the Ypres sector, showing the traffic moving out from the direction of Ypres towards the forward zone. At left background is a battery of 6 inch guns, in line with Birr Cross Roads behind the trucks. The vital importance of this road explains the appalling artillery fire to which it was subjected. 20 September, 1917.

A view of the supply dumps along the Menin Road, in the Ypres sector, showing the traffic moving out from the direction of Ypres towards the forward zone. At left background is a battery of 6 inch guns, in line with Birr Cross Roads behind the trucks. The vital importance of this road explains the appalling artillery fire to which it was subjected. 20 September, 1917.

Battle of the Menin Road Ridge. Men of the 13th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry waiting in trenches prior to their attack towards Veldhoek, 20 September 1917.

Battle of the Menin Road Ridge. Men of the 13th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry waiting in trenches prior to their attack towards Veldhoek, 20 September 1917.

Moving up to the front at Westhoek (Ridge), Ieper. Credit @WW1IEPER1917.

Moving up to the front at Westhoek (Ridge), Ieper. Credit @WW1IEPER1917.

:Mules at Battle of Pilckem Ridge 1917

:Mules at Battle of Pilckem Ridge 1917

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