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    The Royal Horse Artillery "L"Battery was bivouacked outside the village of Nery, where the gunners then found that only about GOO yards away on their right was a long line of German trenches, enemy opened a most murderous fire. They managed to unlimber the guns, but three were immediately one was left The last British gun was served by Sergeant-Major Dorrell. and a gunner and a driver. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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