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How the Kings (Liverpool Regiment) helped to secure victory at Neuve Chapelle by holding the Germans at Givenchy: an action in which the regiment suffered heavily whilst trying to penetrate the enemy's wire entanglements.

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AWNS-19150506-42-3

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Illustrated London News
Auckland Weekly News Illustrated London News Auckland Weekly News
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Date
6 May 1915

Date Period
1910-1919

Subjects
British Army, Soldiers, Military uniforms, German Army, Bombs, Barbed wire, Barricades, Rifles, Bayonets, Pontoons, World War, 1914-1918, Trenches, Trench warfare, Trees, Sandbags, War casualties, DrawingsBritish ArmySoldiersMilitary uniformsGerman ArmyBombsBarbed wireBarricadesRiflesBayonetsPontoonsWorld War, 1914-1918TrenchesTrench warfareTreesSandbagsWar casualtiesDrawings
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Taken from the supplement to the Auckland Weekly News 6 May 1915 p042

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Showing a drawing of soldiers of the Kings (Liverpool Regiment) attacking a German trench at Givenchy