R.M. ENGELHARDT

POET WRITER AUTHOR

R.M. ENGELHARDT POET AUTHOR WRITER

No Man’s Land

The area of land riddled with barbed wire and corpses and heavily defended between two enemy trenches.

images.britishpathe.comNo soldier would want to find themselves there.

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  1. 8055bell says:

    I’ve been trying to find some genunine images of men going over the top. Most are reconstructions. Please can you let us have the source for this photo?
    http://17thmanchesters.wordpress.com/about/

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    1. Many random images can be found just by going thru images on the internet. WW1, WW2. Usually they are in the public domain.

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      1. 8055bell says:

        Thanks for replying. I’m trying to be historically accurate, so provenance of photos is quite important. That being said, the reconstructions were directed by men that served, so your picture will be a good portrayal either way.

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