By Paul Reed
Combles lies at the jap fringe of the Somme battlefield. It was once elaborately fortified by way of the Germans, using the vast catacombs and cellars of the town's church and castle. the location was once anchored on each side by means of Faffemont Farm and Leuze Woods, website of the grave of Cedric Dickens, grandson of Charles.<P>Stoutly defended by means of the Germans, between them the writer Ernst Junger, the British captured the placement in September, 1917. for that reason used as a railway depot via the British, the ways to the city have been hid by way of a sequence of lengthy canvas displays. those displays are depicted in a single of the main well-known work of the 1st international struggle, Sir William Orpen's the nice Camouflage, Combles.<P>In usual Battleground Europe type, the entire devices, personalities and occasions of the 1916, 1917 and 1918 battles at Combles are lined in complete element, with quite a few charts and maps. additionally incorporated is a consultant to the battlefield and native lodgings as they exist this present day, and an intensive advisor for additional interpreting.
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