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Title: Print No. 152805, January 3, 1919 (Thick walled emplacements in which two 3.3 guns of the Canadian Field Artillery are sheltered. These emplacements are located on the edge of a ravine which lies in the rear of Headquarters village, Toulgas. These "18 pounders" are manned by men of the 68th Battery, C.F.A. They played an important part in the repulse of a Bolsheviki attack on the village, November 11, when they fired point blank into a party of the enemy, which had attempted to carry out a flanking movement against the allied positions at Toulgas. Toulgas, Russia.) from the United States Army Signal Corps photograph collection, 1918-1919 [Folder 5, Item 4]
Author: United States. Army. Signal Corps
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