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  • Baker's Dozen of tunnelling in the First World War

    1. Geophone
    2. Hawthorn Mine Explosion
    3. Norton-Griffiths (aka Empire Jack)
    4. Mount Lagazuoi in the Dolomites
    5. Camouflet
    6. First Australian Tunneling Company

    7. NZ Engineers Tunnelling Company

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    • Baker's Dozen of tunnelling in the First World War

      1. Geophone
      2. Hawthorn Mine Explosion
      3. Norton-Griffiths (aka Empire Jack)
      4. Mount Lagazuoi in the Dolomites
      5. Camouflet
      6. First Australian Tunneling Company
      7. NZ Engineers Tunnelling Company

      8. Battle of Hill 60

      You, the mothers, who sent their sons from faraway countries wipe away your tears; your sons are now lying in our bosom and are in peace, after having lost their lives on this land they have become our sons as well.

      -- Ataturk

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      • Baker's Dozen of tunnelling in the First World War

        1. Geophone
        2. Hawthorn Mine Explosion
        3. Norton-Griffiths (aka Empire Jack)
        4. Mount Lagazuoi in the Dolomites
        5. Camouflet
        6. First Australian Tunneling Company
        7. NZ Engineers Tunnelling Company
        8. Battle of Hill 60

        9. Tunnel de Tavannes


        ŗ vaincre sans pťril, on triomphe sans gloire (triumph without peril brings no glory) P. Corneille

        Le probleme avec les cons, c'est qu'il ne se fatiguent jamais
        (The problem with Pr.cks, is that they never get tired ) Michel Audiard

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        • Baker's Dozen of tunnelling in the First World War

          1. Geophone
          2. Hawthorn Mine Explosion
          3. Norton-Griffiths (aka Empire Jack)
          4. Mount Lagazuoi in the Dolomites
          5. Camouflet
          6. First Australian Tunneling Company
          7. NZ Engineers Tunnelling Company
          8. Battle of Hill 60
          9. Tunnel de Tavannes

          10. Lochnagar Crater

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          • Awesome pics guys . Thanks!!!
            SPORTS FREAK/ PANZERBLITZ COMMANDER/ CC2 COMMANDER

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            • Baker's Dozen of tunnelling in the First World War

              1. Geophone
              2. Hawthorn Mine Explosion
              3. Norton-Griffiths (aka Empire Jack)
              4. Mount Lagazuoi in the Dolomites
              5. Camouflet
              6. First Australian Tunneling Company
              7. NZ Engineers Tunnelling Company
              8. Battle of Hill 60
              9. Tunnel de Tavannes
              10. Lochnagar Crater

              11. Clay Kickers

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              • Baker's Dozen of tunnelling in the First World War

                1. Geophone
                2. Hawthorn Mine Explosion
                3. Norton-Griffiths (aka Empire Jack)
                4. Mount Lagazuoi in the Dolomites
                5. Camouflet
                6. First Australian Tunneling Company
                7. NZ Engineers Tunnelling Company
                8. Battle of Hill 60
                9. Tunnel de Tavannes
                10. Lochnagar Crater
                11. Clay Kickers

                12. Unexploded Mines
                Messines Ridge, Belgium


                http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...on-a-bomb.html

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                • Baker's Dozen of tunnelling in the First World War

                  1. Geophone
                  2. Hawthorn Mine Explosion
                  3. Norton-Griffiths (aka Empire Jack)
                  4. Mount Lagazuoi in the Dolomites
                  5. Camouflet
                  6. First Australian Tunneling Company
                  7. NZ Engineers Tunnelling Company
                  8. Battle of Hill 60
                  9. Tunnel de Tavannes
                  10. Lochnagar Crater
                  11. Clay Kickers
                  12. Unexploded Mines

                  13. Tunnel Raiders

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                  • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Reconnaissance

                    1. Louis Charles Bregeut

                    On Sept 3 1914 flying a Breguet AG-4 of his own design and manufacture, Breguet with Lt. Watteau as observer provided confirmation that the German 1st Army had swung southeast and a gap had formed between it and 2nd Army. Joffre now organized his counterattack which was the start of the Battle of the Marne.

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                    • Baker’s Dozen of WW1 Reconnaissance

                      1. Louis Charles Bregeut

                      2. Caudron G serie

                      "To hell wars Grudges and parties ! As our fathers Sing in real friends, The clink of glasses Roses and lilies. The clink of glasses Roses and lilies."

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                      • Baker’s Dozen of WW1 Reconnaissance

                        1. Louis Charles Bregeut
                        2. Caudron G serie

                        3. Observation Balloon

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                        • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Reconnaissance

                          1. Louis Charles Bregeut
                          2. Caudron G serie
                          3. Observation Balloon

                          4. Flash Spotting

                          French Longue-vue Monoculaire



                          British Flash and Buzzer Board

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                          • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Reconnaissance

                            1. Louis Charles Bregeut
                            2. Caudron G serie
                            3. Observation Balloon
                            4. Flash Spotting


                            5.Aerial cameras

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                            • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Reconnaissance

                              1. Louis Charles Bregeut
                              2. Caudron G serie
                              3. Observation Balloon
                              4. Flash Spotting
                              5. Aerial cameras

                              6. Trench Raiding


                              Never Fear the Event

                              Admiral Lord Nelson

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                              • Baker’s Dozen of WW1 Reconnaissance

                                1. Louis Charles Bregeut
                                2. Caudron G serie
                                3. Observation Balloon
                                4. Flash Spotting
                                5. Aerial cameras
                                6. Trench Raiding

                                7. Cavalry patrols

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