Shells are moved on small carts and on signaling soldiers come out of dugouts during Battle of Arras in World War I in France.
France Date:1917 Duration:2 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Soldiers place 290 pounds shells on small carts during Battle of Arras in World War I. They pull the cart to transfer shells. The transferred shells are piled in a shade. On signaling, soldiers come out of dugouts called 'Muddy Banks'. They rush to positions near piled shells. A shell is loaded on a gun.
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