British get a rest break after the Battle of Ancre in France during World War I.
France Date:1916, November Duration:1 min 38 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Following the Battle of Ancre in World War 1, British troops await buses to take them back from the front to Rest Billets in the rear. The transports arrive and they board.One bus stops enroute for several more soldiers, including an artilleryman wearing Goatskin. Soldiers of the British West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's own) and the Worcester Regiment, marching to the rear for a rest, alongside line of trucks headed the opposite way, toward the front.
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