Troops advancing and artillery shells supplied to forward gun positions during the Battle of Ancre in World War I
France Date:1916, November Duration:2 min 42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Troops and supplies flowing towards the front during the Battle of Ancre in France during World War I. Horses taking supplies of shells to forward gun positions through a sea of mud. Soldiers place shells in bags suspended over sides of Horses. Some of the horses get bogged down in knee deep mud. The supply train, of horses carrying shells, stops for a rest. Mounted troops sip hot coffee. They continue and approach the forward positions passing aside a deep crater filled with water and then proceeding up on a ridge.
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