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

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

1918, OCTOBER 15th – BOURLON WOOD, BOURLON VILLAGE, AND BOURLON CHATEAU

Bourlon Village and Chateau,  October 15th 1918 Rose, Geoffrey K (MC)  A sketch of the shattered remnants of Bourlon village, with ruined buildings and bare tree stumps lining a road leading up to the bomb damaged chateau in the distance.

Bourlon Village and Chateau,
October 15th 1918
Rose, Geoffrey K (MC)
A sketch of the shattered remnants of Bourlon village, with ruined buildings and bare tree stumps lining a road leading up to the bomb damaged chateau in the distance.

Bourlon Wood,  October 15th 1918 Rose, Geoffrey K (MC)  A sketch of the shattered trees of Bourlon Wood, with many trunks and branches covering the ground.

Bourlon Wood,
October 15th 1918
Rose, Geoffrey K (MC)
A sketch of the shattered trees of Bourlon Wood, with many trunks and branches covering the ground.

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