By John Sheen
In March 1918 the German military introduced a chain of offensives that introduced them very with reference to profitable the warfare. army photographers their develop and took many images of the operations as they improved. this is often the conflict visible from the German point of view, British and French squaddies lie lifeless at the battlefield, and Allied prisoners are escorted to the rear, because the German Artillery pound away overlaying the improvement of the Feldgrau.
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On the battlefield near Albert a British battery has been captured; the gun crews have pulled the guns out of the gun pits in order to engage targets over open sights. With the ground churned up into a crater field, the German gunners struggled to get their guns forward. A British supply column caught on an open road by the German artillery; dead horses and material are scattered all about. Somewhere on the Somme front near Albert, the dead horses and limbers of a British artillery unit lie on the battlefield.
8cm gun mounted on the back of a lorr y, ‘Kraftwagonflakgeshutz’. These FLAK, ‘flugabwehrkanonen,’ units were able to move quickly about the rear area and especially at Cambrai were used in an anti-tank role; the forerunner of the much feared 88 of the second war. Near Kemmel, a ground mounted anti-aircraft gun waits for Britsh aircraft to appear overhead. Two German soldiers walk along the road past a signpost for Kemmel. The crater-riddled slopes of Mount Kemmel. A German soldier crosses a ditch on the battlefield at Kemmel; here the British machine guns cut down the advancing waves of German infantry.
German troops and French prisoners have repaired the track so that ammunition wagons can get forward during the advance on the Marne. A large 24cm gun captured during the advance towards the Marne in 1918. A heavy machine gun on an anti-aircraft mounting is used against enemy aircraft. Possibly a posed photograph with the aircraft drawn onto the picture. A field artillery battery seen making its way towards the front during the advance in May 1918. The battery has turned off the road between Craonelle and Baslieux and into a field ready to take up a fire position.