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|The Grand Fleet patrolling the North Sea Frontispiece|
|Gallipoli: North Beach, Anzac, 1915. No 1 Australian
Stationary Hospital in foregroundfacing p. ||218|
|An unusual type of German barbed-wire entanglements,
used near Arras, June 1917 " ||254|
|Old British trench at the Fricourt salient, September
1916 " ||254|
|A tank going into action (from a drawing by Muirhead
Bone). Reproduced from official War Drawings with
the permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery
Office " ||270|
|Italians deploying for an attack on Mt. San Michele, on
the Isonzo Front. Italian official photograph " ||448|
|Western Front: air photograph of Gallipoli Farm, near
St. Julien, before and after a bombardment, June 26th
and September 3rd, 1917 " ||470|
|Air photograph of the entrance to the Bruges Canal at
Zeebrugge, showing the Thetis, Intrepid, and Iphigenia,
sunk in 1918 " ||539|
|Canadian troops leaving their trenches for a raid on the
enemy lines, September 1916 " ||556|
|American troops marching at Watten, May 19th, 1918 " ||556|
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Book title: A History of the Great War, 1914-1918.
Contributors: C. R. M. F. Cruttwell - Author.
Publisher: The Claredon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1934.
Page number: xiii.
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