Trench no.15 A, Wytschaete, Feb. 1915

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View taken in our front line trench no.15 A, opposite Wytschaete, February 1915. German trenches by tree in background. Man in centre has just fired a shot through a loophole.
Photo no.25 of 55 photos taken by Captain R.E. Partridge, M.C. of D Company, 1st Battalion Dorset Regiment. These were presented to the Dorset Regimental Museum in February 1965.
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D Company officers, Burnt Farm

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Officers of D Company, 1st Battalion Dorset Regiment at Burnt Farm, about 400 yards from Wulverghem Church and 500 yards from our front line. Left to right: Lt. Wheeler, Lt. Wood (standing), Capt. R.E. Partridge, Lt. Morley
Photo no.24 of 55 photos taken by - or, in this case, of - Captain R.E. Partridge, M.C. of D Company, 1st Battalion Dorset Regiment. These were presented to the Dorset Regimental Museum in February 1965.

Capt. Partridge in communication trench

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Wytschaete, February 1915. Captain R.E. Partridge coming back along communication trench after having observed for an Artillery battery
Photo no.40 of 55 photos taken by - or, in this case, of - Captain R.E. Partridge, M.C. of D Company, 1st Battalion Dorset Regiment. These were presented to the Dorset Regimental Museum in February 1965.

 

Barbed Wire – Wytschaete, Feb. 1915

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Our barbed wire in front of our fire trench no.15A opposite Wytschaete. German barbed wire and trench in front of trees in background. February 1915.
Photo no.26 of 55 photos taken by Captain R.E. Partridge, M.C. of D Company, 1st Battalion Dorset Regiment. These were presented to the Dorset Regimental Museum in February 1965.

Dinner in a trench – German sniper active

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Two men of ‘D’ Coy., 1st Bn. Dorset Regt. in a support trench, having their dinner. One man is bending low so as to be under cover from a sniper who was busy at this moment. Taken January 1915 opposite Wytschaete.
Photo no.38 of 55 photos taken by Captain R.E. Partridge, M.C. These were presented to the Dorset Regimental Museum in February 1965.

No Man’s Land, Wytschaete, Feb. 1915

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View of ‘No Man’s Land’ and German position along trees. German listening post by stump of old tree. Taken from our support trench opposite Wytschaete, February 1915.
Photo no.43 of 55 photos taken by Captain R.E. Partridge, M.C. of D Company, 1st Battalion Dorset Regiment. These were presented to the Dorset Regimental Museum in February 1965.

Making wooden stakes for barbed wire entanglements

 

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1st Battalion Dorset Regiment. Pioneers making wooden stakes for barbed wire entanglements at our transport lines, Neuve Eglise, 10th November 1914. Pioneer Sergt. in centre. R.S.M. Pell on right.
Photo no.37 of 55 photos taken by Captain R.E. Partridge, M.C. of D Company, 1st Battalion Dorset Regiment. These were presented to the Dorset Regimental Museum in February 1965.