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John French

French’s projection work was part of a new form of fashion photography, as that time. He is a very influential photographer.

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16/5/1915 Western Front: the Allies keep plugging away

In London the resignation of Admiral Fisher and newspaper reports on the army being dangerously short of shells have combined to create a political crisis. In France, however, British commander Sir John French is more satisfied with how things are going. 219 more words

First World War

4/5/1915 Ypres: the line shortens

Fighting at Ypres continues. The Germans have continued to deploy gas to devastating effect, killing many Allied soldiers but failing to make a breakthrough. Allied counter-attacks have tried to recapture lost ground but without much success. 193 more words

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Saturday 27 March 1915 - We Lost 132

The press begins a campaign criticizing the shortage of artillery shells follow the publication of Field Marshall Sir John French’s letter concerning the same issue in… 79 more words

2014-15 Canfield Final Boys' Basketball Stats

2014-15 Canfield Boys’ Basketball Stats
Head Coach: Todd Muckleroy
Record: 16-9 (6-6), AAC Red

Regular Season Team Stats
Scoring: 63.5
Scoring Defense: 58.6
Field Goal Percentage: 41.3% 122 more words

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13/3/1915 Neuve Chapelle: French calls a halt

Initial British successes at Neuve Chapelle on the morning of the 12th gave way to a disappointing afternoon as communications broke down under German artillery fire. 184 more words

1915

10/3/1915 Neuve Chapelle: Britain attacks

Up to now, British forces on the Western Front have fought mainly on the defensive. This has led to a certain scepticism on the part of the French as to whether their ally will ever make much contribution to driving out the German invader. 220 more words

1915