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Hello,

for a book-project I'm in search of two trench maps. What to be shown:

 

Montmédy: The Germans bulit a temporarelly railway straight through the village. In the south were huge installations of a narrow-gauge railway. That should be shown.

Somme-Py: A trench map close to 25th August 1918, before the front moves west. Showing the tunnel and the area around.

 

Anyone a Idea where to get thins? (Scans would do)

Thanks. Gabriel

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jonbem

Hi

have you looked on McMaster?

regards

Jon

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WhiteStarLine

Not sure if McMaster would help on this occasion.  Somme-Py (now Sommepy-Tahure) is east of Reims and well outside McMaster's coverage.  Montmedy is east of Rethel and well out of their coverage.  Hope to be wrong ...

 

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Sly

Halo,

 

If it can help, here is a map of the sector held by the 42nd U.S in 1918, unfortunately Sommepy is just out of the map on the top...

What is the tunnel you are looking for ?

 

https://legacy.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/ww1/txu-pclmaps-oclc-6205448-42d-division-esperance-squain-champagne-marne-jul-5-14-15-18.jpg

 

I'm still looking for other maps in the French archives. 

 

Regards,

Sly

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