The Great War, I was there - Part 8

Left are members of the H.A.C. in a trench at Lindenhoek in February 1915. For the moment the enemy guns are silent, and pipes and hot coffee are very comforting in the chill air of winter. Below are Terri­torials entraining for the front, with astray dog that they have adopted. They are wearing the sheepskin coats that were not much used after the winter of 1914-15, for though they were comfortable in frosty weather, in wet weather they soon became sodden with rain and were but an encumbrance. WHEN WINTER CAME TO FLANDERS FIELDS Imperial War Museum awl L.N .A.
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