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Photo notes: 3 Aug 1917; Men of the Yorkshire Regiment (Green Howards) cleaning their rifles after coming out of the line (Battle of Passchendaele, July-November 1917). Imperial War Museum photograph Q-5771. Photographer: Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant)

Unit Marked Rifles and Bayonets

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queue (“key-you”) noun

1. A line of waiting people or vehicles. To get in line.

2. Enfields-in-Queue: A line of stored rifles/bayonets awaiting additional research and information.