'Cheerio Chum' New Zealanders Passchendaele 1917

'Cheerio Chum' New Zealanders Passchendaele 1917

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A New Zealand soldier bids farewell to his chum after the devastating attack on the 12th October 1917

The New Zealanders began their advance at 5.25 a.m. on 12 October, 45 officers and 800 men were either dead or lying mortally wounded.

Size A4

Hand signed by the Artist!

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Printed with high end exhibition quality inks

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Every additional picture €1

Direct from a Ypres based British artist whose Gt Grandfather was a 15 year old Lancashire Fusilier at the battle of The Somme in 1916, he was badly maimed at the battle of Passchendaele in Oct 1917, his eldest brother was killed in 20th February 1915 at 'The Bluff' Ypres.

I have previously exhibited at The Royal Academy, London

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