British soldiers move supplies through deep mud, and advance across non man's land during World War I
France Date:1916 Duration:1 min 32 sec Sound:NO SOUND
British soldiers moving horses and supplies through thick mud during the First World War. A soldier with his face covered with mud. A shell bursts showering British soldiers with shrapnel, as they hunker down in the mud at night. In daytime scene British infantry advances across no man's land as the unit piper plays bagpipes and marches along crest of hill in World War 1. (Slate states Piper Richardson was killed later that day and was awarded the Victoria Cross for gallantry.) Scenes are from a British film released post-war.
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