prev pinner note: An elevated view of the beach, crowded with Australian and New Zealand troops the day after the landing at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli. Ships can be seen in the background 26 April Australian War Memorial WWI
Aisne - There were three Battles of the Aisne between 1914 and fought along the Aisne river in northern France. This photograph from 1917 shows soldiers and a guard dog at a French observation post on the Chemin des Dames during the second battle.
Pioneer Battalion flags: Tāhiwi flag – Ngā haki – Māori and flags
French to praise Brit troops at First Battle of the Marne anniversary
(WWI) The Soissons Memorial to the missing of Aisne and Marne battles is unveiled by General A Hamilton-Gordon.
New Zealand (Māori) Pioneer Battalion - Wikipedia
Flamethrowers and grenadiers mopping up German dugouts during the First Division attack at the Battle of Cantigny, May
Bulford Kiwi,Wiltshire, cut by the New Zealand forces to commemorate their occupation of Sling Camp, Bulford, Salisbury Plain, during WWI
Battle of Épehy. Three British soldiers resting on ground near Épehy captured by the Division that day, 18 September Q 11326
German prisoners near Havrincourt, 20 November 1917 Men of 11th Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers shepherd a group of German prisoners near Havrincourt of the first day of the Battle of Cambrai. The opening day of the attack saw rapid and substantial gains, including the taking of sections of the Hindenburg Line and the village of Havrincourt. These men were among over 4,000 German soldiers taken prisoner on 20 November.