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58699: Photograph and postcard of Bailleul

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posted on 2024-02-23, 23:00 authored by Great War Archive Project Team

Photographs of Bailleul showing damage casued by bombardment. The first heaving shelling of the town took place in July 1917.

Part of the photograph and scrap album of Revd. Leonard Thomas Pearson, Army Chaplain's Department (attached No. 44 Casualty Clearing Station), discovered in a skip and deposited with the Bodlian Library. Revd. Pearson was interviewed by Lyn Macdonald for her book 'The Roses of No Man's Land', which contains two extracts and a photograph.

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Identifier

9050.cpd| 4038.jpg|GWA_2422_ricebailleul.jpg 4039.jpg|GWA_2423_ricebailleul_1.jpg

Creator

Pearson, Leonard Thomas

Date

July 1917 | July 1917

Date Created

01/07/1917

Temporal Coverage

31/07/1917

Source

Multiple

Medium

Mixed

Type

Multiple

Pages

1, 2

Number of Pages

2

Contributor

Richard Marshall | Stuart Lee | P Vainker

Rights

The Great War Archive, University of Oxford / Primary Contributor

Publisher

The Great War Archive, University of Oxford

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