A group of British Army officers and soldiers make way for a Mk I Tank (male) armed with 6 pounder guns, moving towards the battlefield prior to the Battle of Arras, France, during the First World War.
Soldiers of British Army debark after Battle of Arras during World War I in France. 12 pound guns are lowered. Troops and horses are assembled at a place. New Zealand soldiers enter in a train. Devonshire Infantry marches on road. Devonshire Cavalry also moves. Dust arises as horses move. Artillery is moved on horse carts. A Mark I tank moves on road along with soldiers.
Leicester and Northumberland fusiliers move in France during Battle of Arras in World War I. Soldiers stand, sit and move around near trenches. A soldier rides a motorbike. Horse cart with artillery moves around trenches. The Cavalry takes its final position. A tank arrives and moves downhill. Soldiers around the tank cheer.
Coldstream and Welsh Guards move during Battle of Arras in World War I in France. A band followed by gunmen moves. Soldiers carry guns on their shoulders. Two priests stand amidst a circle of soldiers. Soldiers attend religious service on the eve of battle.
Indian lancers await orders at a place after Battle of Arras during World War I. Indian soldiers sit or sleep amidst horses. Irish band followed by guards and grenadiers as they advance. Soldiers from Ireland carry guns on their shoulders. Artillery moved in horse carts. Mark I tank moves. Three soldiers sit on the tank.
Gordons or soldiers of British Army Infantry preparing wire fence during Battle of Arras in World War I. Gordons pull out a stack of barbed wires and unroll it horizontally on ground. The wire is tied to a thick wooden stick at one end. Horses pull a 6-inch gun. Soldiers pull ropes to position 6-inch gun.