Such Courage! Crawling through wire to rescue comrades, victims of a deadly shell

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Stereoscope Photograph showing a view of soldiers crawling through wired to rescue wounded comrades. ‘Such Courage! Crawling through wire to rescue comrades, victims of a deadly shell’ Almost 70% of deaths are thought to have been caused by shellfire or aerial bombardment in the Great War with slightly less than 30% caused by bullets.

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