Bul­lets

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Bri­tish troops ne­go­ti­ate a shell-cratered, win­ter land­scape along the river Somme in late 1916 af­ter the close of the Al­lied of­fen­sive Bat­tle of Al­bert in the open­ing phase of the Bat­tle of the Somme. Here, Bri­tish troops gather in a com­mu­ni­ca­tion trench be­fore an at­tack. Circa July 1, 1916 A wounded man of the 29th Divi­sion be­ing brought in across a sunken road af­ter the as­sault at Beau­mon­tHamel, on the first day of the Somme Cam­paign, July 1, 1916 a fully il­lus­trated, 156-page mag­a­zine by Mir­ror­pix. Buy it for £7.99 plus P&P from Key Pub­lish­ing by vis­it­ing shop.key­pub­lish­ing.com and search­ing ‘Ar­mistice’. Al­ter­na­tively, read­ers can ring: 01780 480404 to or­der a copy The Liver­pool Ir­ish, the 8th Bat­tal­ion of the Kings Liver­pool Reg­i­ment, ac­com­pa­nied by a young French boy car­ry­ing a ri­fle, march tri­umphantly into Lille, north­ern France near the end of the First World War, to lib­er­ate the town from nearly four years of oc­cu­pa­tion. Oc­to­ber 18, 1918

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