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Buried in his uniform - How Marc Noble fought and died in World War I By Magnus Spence
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Boesinghe, near Ypres, July 1st 1917. Marc Noble, although only two years out of school, was now an experienced artillery officer helping to run a Brigade of 800 men. They were playing their part... More > in the largest barrage ever launched during which 3 million shells were fired. A similar number were fired back. Marc’s dugout received a direct hit. He survived and went for help but he was hit again. This is the story of how Marc Noble fought and died in World War 1. My grandfather was Noble's cousin. I wrote this for family, but it may also be of interest to others wanting a new perspective on life as an artillery officer at the Battles of the Somme and Third Battle of Ypres.< Less

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