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1917, SEPTEMBER 24th – FROM GOUVES TO ARRAS, GRIMSBY CAMP, ST NICHOLAS

Arras : from the suburb of St Nicholas, Arras-Lens Road Hughes-Stanton, Herbert (Sir) (RA) 1918 A view along a main road of a bomb-damaged small town. The houses and buildings on either side of the road are quite badly damaged. There are trees beyond and further buildings are visible on the horizon in the background.

Arras : from the suburb of St Nicholas, Arras-Lens Road
Hughes-Stanton, Herbert (Sir) (RA) 1918
A view along a main road of a bomb-damaged small town. The houses and buildings on either side of the road are quite badly damaged. There are trees beyond and further buildings are visible on the horizon in the background.

From The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, by Captain G. K. Rose M.C. (Oxford: B.H. Blackwell, 1920)

Arras (Grimsby Camp, St. Nicholas) on the 24th. In the vicinity of Arras the Battalion remained until the end of November.

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