The Great War, I was there - Part 27

These six smiling soldiers are men of the 10th Royal Fusiliers occupying a German dug-out which they have captured. It is situated at Feuchy cross-roads, and its unusually narrow entrance makes it very safe cover. The village of Feuchy, or the heap of debris which had once been a village, fell to the British on April 19,1917, after being three years in German hands. Its capture was a great achievement, as it had two strong points of sinister memory— “Church Work” and “Chapel Work.” Imperial War Museum THEY HAD FOUND A READY-M ADE HOME
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