Pictures of World War I

Each Worth 1000 Words…

The Camouflaged Road To Menin

This road and area was part of what was called “Hellfire Corner”.   Basically, the Germans were in position in the northeast ridge and would keep this area under constant surveillance.  It was said that to dawdle here was suicidal.   The Allies put up this screen on the North Side that would obscure their passage through the main road(s).

 

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