By Edward Hancock
This ebook describes the motion of nine may possibly 1915 while the battalions of the first department, seventh department and the Indian military attacked Aubers Ridge. Their target used to be to damage the German line and reduce the provision path to the enemy troops battling to the south opposed to a French Offensive at Vimy Ridge. In real Battleground kind, the dramatic tale is informed in the course of the activities of these all in favour of the combating. locations and sights are highlighted and for these lucky sufficient to go to the world there are very good instructions and tricks on the best way to top trap the ambience.
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Writing in the 1930’s Private Frank Richards D C M, M M recalled the primitive conditions in this sector in early 1915, cold and plagued by never ending water and mud. Hard frosty weather was preferred – easier to move about and to keep warm – and shirts could be hung out at night in an attempt to freeze out ‘the crawlers’. He remembers there being plentiful supplies of sandbags, barbed wire, duckboards and other trench materials, and that a regular ration of coke could be collected from rear stores – across a ‘corduroy’ track snaking back across the ground, there being no communication trench.
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I advised him to do this in the first instance but he and Sir John [French] were so obsessed with the cavalry idea that he would not listen. Had he been content with the village we should have gained just as much ground and reduced our casualties by three-quarters. However the dour ruling military minds of the time accepted the limited success at Neuve Chapelle with great optimism. The debriefing of the failure, so costly and wasteful in human lives and resources, viewed the events very positively.