British wounded and German prisoners of war entering British camp behind the lines in Battle of the Somme, in World War I
France Date:1916 Duration:4 min 35 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A heavily sandbagged British camp behind the front lines during Battle of the Somme, in World War 1. British ambulatory wounded entering the camp followed by German prisoners of war. Several British soldiers blinded (probably by mustard gas) being led by comrades.The German prisoners seated on the ground, surrounded by numerous British soldiers. A British officer offers a canteen of water to one of the German prisoners.Other British soldiers offer cigarettes to the prisoners. A British Sergeant handing identification papers back to German prisoners. British soldiers carrying wounded on stretchers into the camp. More German prisoners, including some wounded but ambulatory, being brought into the camp under guard.
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