The Great War, I was there - Part 32

THESE GERMANS MET THEIR WATERLOO AT ‘POTSDAM ’During the British advance on September 20,1917, the village of Zonnebeke fell to the 9th Division, and during the day over three thousand prisoners were taken. The German soldiers above were wounded and captured at “Potsdam,” a German strong-point a mile west of Zonnebeke. They are being tended by a British doctor and padre at a forward dressing station. This photograph gives an idea of the difficult conditions under which the R.A.M.C. often carried out their duties in the heat of battle. Imperial War Museum 1257 ll
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