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Pictured as adjutant to the 6th Yeomanry Brigade in 1899
Pictured as adjutant to the 6th Yeomanry Brigade in 1899
Lieutenant-General Charles Kavanagh, GOC of the Cavalry Corps, pictured here with members of his staff in November 1918.
Lieutenant-General Charles Kavanagh, GOC of the Cavalry Corps, pictured here with members of his staff in November 1918.
Sir Douglas Haig with his army commanders and their chiefs of staff, November 1918. Front row, left to right: Sir Herbert Plumer, Sir Douglas Haig, Si
Sir Douglas Haig with his army commanders and their chiefs of staff, November 1918. Front row, left to right: Sir Herbert Plumer, Sir Douglas Haig, Sir Henry Rawlinson. Middle row, left to right: Sir Julian Byng, Sir William Birdwood, Sir Henry Horne. Back row, left to right: Sir Herbert Lawrence, Sir Charles Kavanagh, Brudenell White, Percy, Louis Vaughan, Archibald Montgomery-Massingberd, Hastings Anderson.
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8 August 1918 by Will Longstaff, showing German prisoners of war being led towards Amiens
8 August 1918 by Will Longstaff, showing German prisoners of war being led towards Amiens
Men of the Royal Garrison Artillery loading a 9.2-inch howitzer near Bayencourt just before the battle
Men of the Royal Garrison Artillery loading a 9.2-inch howitzer near Bayencourt just before the battle
British Mark V tank (B56, 9003) of the 2 Battalion, Tank Corps traversing a ditch at the side of a road at Lamotte-en-Santerre, 8 August 1918.
British Mark V tank (B56, 9003) of the 2 Battalion, Tank Corps traversing a ditch at the side of a road at Lamotte-en-Santerre, 8 August 1918.
An Australian Lieutenant addressing his platoon before the advance onto Harbonnières which is obscured by smoke from heavy shellfire.
An Australian Lieutenant addressing his platoon before the advance onto Harbonnières which is obscured by smoke from heavy shellfire.