Sappers and miners at work Ypres salient Belgium World War I cc Digging a tunnel under Hill Hill was a strategically important high point on the southern edge of the Ypres salient that had been captured by the Germans in as they advanced towards the sea The Germans were dislodged from the hill in April after British engineers detonated exposives placed in tunnels dug into the hill but recaptured it following a gas attack the following month Australian troops took over mining operations at Hill in November and on June at the beginning of the Battle of Messines they set off kg of explosives in tunnels A large part of the hill was destroyed and Germans killed in their trenches in an explosion that was said to have been heard and felt as far away as London and even Dublin Stereoscopic card Detail
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