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EXCEPTIONAL MEMORIES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR


SCOTT POST BUNKER, POLYGON WOOD, ZONNEBEKE
In 1916, the Germans built numerous military posts and constructions, including the bunker Scott Post. The bunker has one entrance, an inner wall and peepholes. The 56th Australian Battalion took these posts on 26 September 1917. The name Scott Post is in memory of Lieutenant Colonel Humphrey Scott, the commander of the battalion who carried out the attack. Three days later, he died a few hundred metres further along.

INFO & PRICELIST
- A4: €85
- A3: €150

- Limited edition of 25
- Inkjet on brilliant Baryta paper 310gsm
- Signed and numbered
- For larger prints please contact me

The second picture is a close-up fragment

 

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