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On 27th July 1916 Percy reenlisted in the Machine Gun Corps, having been discharged from the Territorial arm of the Leicestershire Regiment at Scotton Camp.
Above: Gas-masked men of the British Machine Gun Corps with a Vickers machine gun during the first battle of the Somme JULY 18, 1917 The Royal Family drops its Germanic name Saxe-Coburg-Gotha in favour of Windsor.
He had it with him through the First World War, when he was in the 3rd Battalion Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment, then the Machine Gun Corps.
Gas-masked men of the British Machine Gun Corps with Vickers machine gun during the first battle of the Somme
Gas-masked men of the British Machine Gun Corps with JULY 1, 1916 The Battle of the Somme begins, with 750,000 Allied soldiers going over the top of their trenches.
Former apprentice blacksmith John McIntyre joined the A&SH and was severely wounded two years earlier, almost losing his life, but he recovered and joined the Machine Gun Corps. He returned to France a few months earlier for a another spell of frontline duty.
1918 : A Huddersfield soldier serving with the machine gun corps was killed in action.
Artillery fire was supplemented by the Canadian Machine Gun Corps, equipped with armoured cars and Vickers heavy machine guns for neutralizing an area with indirect fire plunging vertically into trenches.
After this the corps moved to the Somme and it was here that he was transferred to the newly-formed Machine Gun Corps. He was involved in the battle of Flers-Courcelette, where tanks were used for the first time.
In one image, seven men from the Machine Gun Corps hold a sign bearing the words "WE ARE SEVEN".
This final volume in the British Sculptors and Sculpture series offers a reassessment of the work of Francis Derwent Wood, the long sidelined maker of the Machine Gun Corps (1925) war memorial at Hyde Park Corner in London.