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A dug-out at Ovillers, 1918 (w/c on paper)

A dug-out at Ovillers, 1918 (w/c on paper)
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A dug-out at Ovillers, 1918 (w/c on paper)
Carline, Richard (1896-1980) / English
Private Collection
watercolour on paper
1918 AD (C20th AD)

Ovillers, a village about 5 kilometres north-east of the town of Albert, was attacked on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, (1st July 1916) and subsequently the scene of numerous exchanges. It was lost during the German advance in March 1918, but retaken on the following 24 August by the 38th (Welsh) Division.

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