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Because dead men can advance no further…. Footsteps of the fallen

In our latest episode, we visit one of the most iconic battlefields anywhere on the Western Front, the Newfoundland Memorial Park at Beaumont Hamel. The park was the site of the tragedy of the first day of the Somme for the Newfoundland Regiment – we look at who these men were, their contribution to the wider war effort,  and what happened on that fateful day in July 1916. We then look at the work of Geoffrey Malins, the official cinematographer whose footage taken from the sunken lane at Beaumont Hamel produced some of the most famous images in all warfare, and whose film of the Somme became so important it was granted UNESCO heritage status in 2006.Support the podcast:https://www.patreon.com/foostepsofthefallenhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/footstepsblog
  1. Because dead men can advance no further….
  2. Polygon Wood
  3. The forgotten battlefield- Cuinchy
  4. Beyond the front – Guedecourt
  5. Faubourg d'Amiens – a journey through a cemetery