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Damage to the Somme region

  • R-A17190 (1)-(2)
  • Item
  • 1915-09, 1915-10

Items are photo postcards showing a damaged church, l'Eglise d'Eclusier, and the area of the Somme in France during World War One, September and October 1915.

France: Lens 11

  • B48.7 (S)
  • Item
  • 1916

Section 11 map of France. Indicates mines, populations, quarry, railways, roads, ruins, watermills, windmills, townships, hamlets, canals, waterways, chateau, farms, church or chapel towers, forts, heights in metres.

Ordnance Survey

Douai 8 C

  • B48.9 (S)
  • Item
  • 1916

Karte von Frankreich, Gruppe 1 (Map of France). All markings in German. Indicates railways, roads, waterways, populations.

Auflagedruck

Scarborough's New Map of the Dominion of Canada

Scarborough's new map of the Dominion of Canada, showing the country's provinces, territories and the colony of Newfoundland. Includes: railways and steamship lines; principal cities, villages and stations; and distances between principal stations, in miles. Index includes population data for each of the provinces and territories, as well as Newfoundland, and population data and map coordinated for locations within each of the jurisdictions, based on 1911 census data. The verso of the map shows maps pertaining to the conflict of the First World War, including: the Western Campaign; the Italian Campaign; the scene of the Western battles along the Franco-Belgian-German frontiers; the Western Theatre; the Eastern Theatre; and the Asiatic Campaigns. Also included on the verso are maps of: the British Isles; Europe; Southeastern Europe (Italy, Austria-Hungary, Balkan States and Turkey); Austro-Italian Boundary; and Constantinople and Vicinity (Dardanelles, Sea of Marmora and Bosporus).

46th Battalion Pipe Band

  • R-B14134
  • Item
  • 1917

"46th Battalion Pipe Band". Members of the band posing with their instruments. Commanding Officer Lt.-Col. H. J. Dawson is centre, front row.

Destruction done to buildings in Mont-St-Eloi, France

  • R-A17199 (1)-(3)
  • Item
  • 1917

Items are postcards showing destruction done to buildings in Mont-St-Eloi, France, during the Great War; including the Towers of the ancient Abbey and The Château, hit by shrapnel.

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