The Great War, I was there - Part 6

AWAITING YET ANOTHER CALL Vilkinuton The nightmare of war was but in its early stages when this picture of-men of the famous Oxford &Bucks Light Infantry was taken. While shrapnel, hurled by enemy batteries, scatters nearby, the troops take cover with easy nonchalance behind a house used as Brigade headquarters. Later, following urgent orders, a company of this regiment, with others of the Royal Sussex, rushed forward to stem the German attempt to enfilade the British trenches during the first battle of Ypres. 218
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