Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (The 2/4th Battalion)

Research and Resources around the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry during WWI

1917, AUGUST 19th – COMPANY COMMANDERS RECONNOITRED ST. JULIEN AREA

Track up to the Trenches near St Julien, Ypres, August 1917 Rose, Geoffrey K (MC) 1917-08 A duckboard track runs across a desolate, scarred and largely featureless landscape, with numerous shell holes pock-marking the foreground. In the distance all that are visible are bare tree stumps.

Track up to the Trenches near St Julien, Ypres, August 1917
Rose, Geoffrey K (MC) 1917-08
A duckboard track runs across a desolate, scarred and largely featureless landscape, with numerous shell holes pock-marking the foreground. In the distance all that are visible are bare tree stumps.

Company Commanders reconnoitred St.Julien area.

Attack Aug 22 1917

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