About this book
Contains unseen panoramas of the most dangerous battle in the First World War, with unpublished testimony throughout, such as maps, plans, diagrams and over 50 re-discovered photographs - from both sides.
In spring 1917, Allied troops on the Western Front began the largest ever artillery barrage on German positions, using over 2.7 million shells. This title features over 50 re-discovered British and German panoramic photographs of the battlegrounds, from the start of the first Battle of the Scarpe to the final push on Vimy Ridge.
|Constable & Robinson|