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

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

1917, SEPTEMBER 29th – ARRAS

Arras, Grande Place, September 29 1917 Rose, Geoffrey K (MC)  A view from under a covered arch across the Grande Place in the centre of Arras, with evidence of bomb damage.

Arras, Grande Place, September 29 1917
Rose, Geoffrey K (MC)
A view from under a covered arch across the Grande Place in the centre of Arras, with evidence of bomb damage.

Arras, Scarpe River September 29 1917,  Rose, Geoffrey K (MC)A view of the riverbank of the Scarpe River running through Arras town centre. A military truck is parked by the riverbank in the left foreground, with a boat in the water nearby. A few figures and a cyclist are visible on the road, which is bordered by buildings, many of which are bomb damaged.

Arras, Scarpe River
September 29 1917,
Rose, Geoffrey K (MC)A view of the riverbank of the Scarpe River running through Arras town centre. A military truck is parked by the riverbank in the left foreground, with a boat in the water nearby. A few figures and a cyclist are visible on the road, which is bordered by buildings, many of which are bomb damaged.

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