Communication trench Wulverghem, Feb. 1915

REP WW1 photo 42
C.T. looking from our support trench towards fire trench. German trenches are near trees in background. Taken near Wulverghem – Wytschaete Road, February 1915.
Photo no.40 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.

Trench no.15 A, Wytschaete, Feb. 1915

REP WW1 photo 25
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.

Capt. Partridge in communication trench

REP WW1 photo 40
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.

 

No Man’s Land, Wytschaete, Feb. 1915

REP WW1 photo 43
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.