A British attack using the bayonet and grenade, Neuve-Chapelle, France, 10 March 1915, (1926). Creator: Frederick Villiers.

A British attack using the bayonet and grenade, Neuve-Chapelle, France, 10 March 1915, (1926). Creator: Frederick Villiers.

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A British attack using the bayonet and grenade, Neuve-Chapelle, France, 10 March 1915, (1926). The British successfully broke through the German lines in Artois at the Battle of Neuve-Chapelle in March 1915 but were unable to exploit the situation due to poor communications and a shortage of artillery shells. Ultimately the British and Indians took approximately 2 kilometres of ground at a cost of 11,200 troops.


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  1. 0580004737
  1. 1-218-386
  1. 1218386
  1. 4737

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Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 7485x4209
File Size : 92,298kb

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Creator
  1. Frederick Villiers, attributed to: British: War artist and war correspondent, journalist
Medium
  1. Photograph
Geographic Hierarchy
  1. World
  2. --- Europe
  3. ------ France
  4. --------- Nord-Pas-de-Calais
  5. ------------ Neuve-Chapelle
  1. 50 35 09 N , 002 46 55 E

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