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Summary: British forces in the Amiens area, and possibly further north, Western Front, in the last week of April 1918.
Description: A Scottish cyclist battalion on a wooded road. A French 75mm field gun limbered up but stuck in a ditch, with French and British troops trying to free it, probably Arras area. A battalion on the march down a road - possibly not British. Shell damage to a street being inspected by British and French troops, probably Amiens. The shell damage to Amiens Cathedral, both inside and outside. A battalion of the Suffolk Regiment resting in a square in the city. A French Infantry band carrying their instruments on the march.