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Caterpillar Mine crater within Battle Wood next to Hill 60. This was blown by the British under the German lines on 7th June 1917 as part of the attack on Messines Ridge. It contains over 60 feet (20 metres) of water and is the grave of at least 600 Germans
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WWI: The Battle of Verdun Ends
18th December 1916
The Battle of Verdun, the longest engagement of the First World War, ends after 10 months and massive loss of life. By the time of the French victory on 18th December, 23 million shells had been fired and 650,000 lives lost.
(Paperback - 176 pages)
by Christina Holstein
On 21 February 1916 the German Fifth Army launched a devastating offensive against French forces at Verdun and set in motion one of the most harrowing and prolonged battles of the Great War. By the time the struggle finished ten months later, over 650,000 men had been killed or wounded…
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