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Hannescamps

Thank you to John Fisher for allowing use of this photograph titled The Great War 1914 – 18 Hannescamps: A view of the main road after the bombardment   

 

 

 

 

 

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One Response to Photo: Hannescamps during WW1

  1. Stephen says:

    Can you confirm if B battery, 190 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery was stationed at HANNESCAMP in March and April 1918.
    My relative Anthony Mcintyre (No. 155500)was serving with that unit at that time and was wounded. He subsequently died and is buried in Etaples.

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