"What's New" at Kaiserscross.com

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Today an article, a rather dramatic one, was added about the machine Gunners in no mans land facing von Einems attackers in the last German offensive in the Champagne. An Iron Cross and a Croix de Guerre for the action.

http://www.kaiserscross.com/40056/43422.html

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On the site there will be three levels of battle information. this should help document collectors/researchers to place their guy on the field of battle.

In the "Whats new" section there have been some updates.

Brief overviews of the Years are given.

coming are brief overviews of the battles within those years (Verdun is up already)

Then in connection with the EK docs, events within those battles.

See below and let me know what you think...

http://www.trenchfighter.com/44901/home.html

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Tom Young is helping proof read a looot of text.

The latest thing finished is a brief overview on the battle of the Somme. Anyone withand Iron Cross documents to Sommek?mpfer will find it of use.

http://www.trenchfighter.com/41902/45701.html

All the best

Chris

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I have found numerous "Ravine of Death!" references to Verdun.

One map has it for the Albain Schlucht, but I have informed this is not the right one.

Either way... the Albain Schlucht was "The ravine of death" for many soldiers.

I would like to share a write up about a brave Pionier who risked his life in one of Verdun's ravines of death, to save a Comrade.

http://www.trenchfighter.com/40047/46301.html

Thanks

Chris

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Hi,

I have changed the doamin to http://www.kaiserscross.com/

Please go there and check out the "Whats new" page... there is a great addition to the Ghurka trench raid article.

Thanks

Chris

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Here is an article about the confusion during the battle at Bixschoote and an EK that was awarded to a man who was wounded there.

http://www.kaiserscross.com/41815/55201.html

Hope you enjoy this bit of history.

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A map added to the above.

A big thanks to Tom Young who has been correcting the text as we go.

Best

Chris

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