WW1 Battle of the Somme Day 1
The worst day in the British Army’s history
The Somme Day1: Ideal scene setting
The Guild of Battlefield Guides
The map was created by Frank Toogood, an Accredited Member of the International Guild of Battlefield Guides, who guides school and military groups for Anglia Tours.
Escape and Evasion Maps
Original Escape and Evasion maps of the period were often printed on fabric to support covert operations and resistance behind enemy lines. Escape and Evasion maps remain crucial in the liberation of airmen and in paving the way for successful campaigns today. Now they find their use in relaying the important facts of the Liberation for future generations.
SplashMaps’ Pro weatherproof fabric
SplashMaps’ Pro weatherproof fabric will survive everything. The map will guide you to the key locations and live as a memento of key events from your and the world’s history.
Boldly marked advancements of the Allied and Axis in Gommecourt, Serre, Beaumont Hamel, Beaucourt, Le Sars, Martinpuich, Ovillers, La Boisselle, Morlancourt, Bray, Peronne, Combles, Guillemont, Ginchy, LesBoeufs, Flers, Bapume, Albert, River Somme, Front Line.
140cm x 88cm