Special Sheets 1:20k (Chasseaud Collection)

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Adinfer
Adinfer
Series Number Id: GSGS 3439. Sheet number: part of sheet 51. Battle of Arras preparation; trench, target and hostile battery map. "3rd Field Survey Co. (1405)". "Ordnance Survey, February, 1917." Grey base map; German trenches and names red; British trenches to depth of 300 yards blue. Overprint in dark blue-purple: "Artillery" [target and hostile battery reference], with artillery details. Overprint in green: [Enemy Organisation] Reference, showing railways, roads and tracks chiefly used, and more., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC21; envelope_number: 670.
Area of Martinpuich
Area of Martinpuich
Series Number Id: GSGS 3236. Sheet number: parts of sheets 57d SE & 57c SW. [Edition A]. Battle of the Somme. "Ordnance Survey, 1916." "Trenches corrected to 6-7-16." Shows all the original German trench system before 1st July 1916, plus new trenches dug after the battle began. Detail, grid and contours grey. All trenches red (including those occupied by British). Title printed on reverse. Manuscript on reverse: V.E. Cotton Capt., D.O.T.M. 53rd Divn. 26-7-16., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC14; envelope_number: 375.
Area of Martinpuich
Area of Martinpuich
Series Number Id: GSGS 3236. Sheet number: Part of Sheets 57d SE & 57c SW. Edition B. Battle of the Somme. "Ordnance Survey, 1916." "Trenches corrected to 24-7-16." Shows all the original German trench system before 1st July 1916, plus new trenches dug after the battle began. Detail, grid and contours grey. All trenches red (including those occupied by British). Title printed on reverse., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC14; envelope_number: 376.
Arras N.E.
Arras N.E.
Series Number Id: GSGS 3389. Sheet number: part of sheet 51. Battle of Arras preparations; trench target and hostile battery map 5-3-17. "3rd Field Survey Coy R.E. (1403)." "Ordnance Survey, February 1917." Grey base map. German trenches and names red; British trenches to depth of 300 yards blue. Overprint in purple: [artillery intelligence], [target and hostile battery], artillery details. Overprint in green: [enemy organisation] reference; railways, roads and tracks chiefly used, and more., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC21; envelope_number: 668.
Arras N.E.
Arras N.E.
Series Number Id: GSGS 3389. Sheet number: part of sheet 51. Battle of Arras preparations; trench, target and hostile battery map 19-3-17. "3rd Field Survey Co. R.E (1456)". "Ordnance Survey, February 1917." Grey base map; German trenches and names red; British trenches to depth of 300 yards blue. Overprint in dark blue: "Target Map" [and hostile battery] with artillery details. Overprint in green: [enemy organisation] reference; shows railways, roads and tracks chiefly used, and more., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC21; envelope_number: 669.
Arras N.E. : Third Army situation map, 9-4-17
Arras N.E. : Third Army situation map, 9-4-17
Series Number Id: [GSGS 3389]. Sheet number: part of sheet 51. Edition number: [2]. Cropped sheet. "Army situation map, 8 p.m., [time crossed out and overprinted with] 6-30 p.m., 9-4-17." German trenches and names red; British trenches to depth of 300 yards blue. Overprint includes: Reference to organisation and artillery. Includes typescript note from Brig.-Gen. H.H. Tudor, C.R.A. 9th Division, "To O.C. "Maps" 3rd : Army [Lt.-Col. H. Winterbotham RE]"., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC20; envelope_number: 645.
Arras S.E.
Arras S.E.
Series Number Id: GSGS 3390. Sheet number: part of sheet 51. Battle of Arras preparations; trench, target and hostile battery map. "3rd Field Survey Co. RE. (1404)". "Ordnance Survey, February 1917." Grey base map; German trenches and names red; British trenches to depth of 300 yards blue. Overprint in dark blue-purple: "Artillery" [target and hostile battery reference] with artillery details. Overprint in green: [Enemy Organisation] Reference, showing railways, roads and tracks chiefly used, and more., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC24; envelope_number: 731.
Auxi-le-Chateau, training map
Auxi-le-Chateau, training map
Series Number Id: GSGS 3313. Sheet number: part of sheet 57. Training area for Somme Battle. "Ordnance Survey 1916." "Enlarged [and redrawn] from 1:80,000". Area northwest of Doullens. Detail and grid (cross-hatched caps) black; contours brown; water blue. The same size as a regular series sheet. Early 1916 printing. Manuscript on face: various battalion and brigade markings for training exercises., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC14; envelope_number: 373.
Avion
Avion
Series Number Id: GSGS 3459. Sheet number: 36c SW1. "Ordnance Survey, March, 1917." Vimy Ridge and area to north (Lens) and east. Detail, grid and contours grey. No trenches shown. Background for artillery target/positions and situation overprints., WW1 Trench Map Collection: Box PC18, Envelope 547.
Becourt
Becourt
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Sheet number: parts of 57d SE, 62d NE. Albert Area: heavy artillery target map, before the Battle of Amiens, 1918. "Edition 1." "Corps heavy artillery, target map (ed. 2)". "Trenches corrected from information received up to 18-6-18". "Field Survey Co. R.E. (3924) 1-7-18". Grey base with yellow-ochre contours. British trenches with names in blue; German trenches in red. Target information in blue and green., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC16; envelope_number: 445.
Biache : Third Army situation and target map, 6-30 p.m., 14-5-17
Biache : Third Army situation and target map, 6-30 p.m., 14-5-17
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Sheet number: parts of squares 51b NW & NE. Edition number: 6J. Battle of Arras, artillery intelligence: trench, artillery, situation and target map. "Special sheet." "Detail and trenches revised to 12-5-17" in red. Grey base map. Green overprint: [Enemy] Organisation. Blue overprint: approximate British Front Line; artillery details., WW1 Trench Map Collection: Box PC26, Envelope 776.
Bénifontaine
Bénifontaine
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Sheet number: Part of Sheet 36. Auchy-Loos Area; trench map, harassing fire and hostile batteries map, 1917. "Trenches corrected to 26-8-17." "1st Field Survey Co., R.E. 2363 [numbers crossed out and overprinted in green] 5005." German trenches and names red; British trenches and names to depth of 600 yards blue. Shows [enemy battery] positions, active and inactive, between 1-8-17 and 29-8-17 in black., WW1 Trench Map Collection: Box PC20, Envelope 642.
Carvin Road : distribution of the enemy's forces, 20th July, 1917
Carvin Road : distribution of the enemy's forces, 20th July, 1917
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Sheet number: Part of Sheet 36. Loos-Lens area; Intelligence map, enemy order-of-battle, July 1917. "1st Field Survey Co., R.E. 2484 [number crossed out and replaced with green overprint] 2498". Green overprint shows distribution of the enemy's forces, showing identified divisions (8th Div, 11th Res. Div, 4th Guard Div), regiments (72 IR, 153 IR, 93 IR, 126 IR, 22 IR, 10 RIR, 5 Gd. Gren., 93 RIR), battalions and companies. Detail, grid and contours grey; main German lines of defence red. Includes black stamp: Headquarters, First Army., WW1 Trench Map Collection: Box PC15, Envelope 418.
Eterpigny : Third Army situation and and target map, 6-30 p.m., 14-5-17
Eterpigny : Third Army situation and and target map, 6-30 p.m., 14-5-17
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Sheet number: parts of squares 51b NW, NE and SW, SE. Edition number: 6J. Battle of Arras, artillery intelligence: trench, artillery, situation and target map. "Special sheet." "Detail and trenches revised to 12-5-17" in red. "3rd Field Survey Co., R.E. (1566)". Grey base map. Green overprint: [Enemy] Organisation. Blue overprint: approximate British Front Line; artillery details., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC21; envelope_number: 671.
Farbus
Farbus
Series Number Id: GSGS 3458. Sheet number: part of Sheet 36. Battles of Vimy Ridge and Arras, First Army situation map 10 April 1917. "Ordnance Survey, March, 1917." Detail, contours and squaring grey. Overprint in blue: First Army Front, Situation at 4.0 p.m. 10/4/17; shows original Front Line pecked blue, Advanced Line (on east slope of Hill 145 and Vimy Ridge) solid blue line, patrols (east of Farbus) large blue dots. Also in blue overprint: 1st Field Survey Co., R.E. 2066., WW1 Trench Map Collection: Box PC16, Envelope 446.
Fauquissart
Fauquissart
Series Number Id: GSGS 2769a. Sheet number: 36 SW1. Fauquissart trench map (after Neuve Chapelle Battle), early 1915 - inverted sheet. Showing the situation at the end of the Battle of Neuve Chapelle. Detail, grid and target numbers within circles black; German trenches, wire etc red; British front line pecked black. "Index to Numbers on 1:5000 Map" within neatline bottom right. Scale of yards in margin. "O.S.O., 1915.", Manuscript in margin: 2nd Lt. Hew A Greig, 2nd Queens. WW1 Trench Map Collection: Box PC18, Envelope 55.
Fifth Army (A) : [Gommecourt, Puisieux-au-Mont, Grandcourt]
Fifth Army (A) : [Gommecourt, Puisieux-au-Mont, Grandcourt]
Series Number Id: GSGS 3399. Sheet number: part of sheet 57. End of Somme Battle. Detail, grid and contours black. German trenches and names red; British front line pecked red. This shows the trenches in the Serre area at the time Wilfred Owen was there. On verso: Town [plan] of Hazebrouck, Scale 1:5,000 in black (Fifth Army moved to Flanders in June 1917)., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC19; envelope_number: 604.
Flot de Wingles
Flot de Wingles
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Sheet number: Part of Sheet 36. Festubert-Loos Area, trench map, enemy battery positions and target map. "Trenches corrected to 12-6-18". "Field Survey Co R.E. 5781 [numbers crossed out with black overprint and replaced with] 6405." Detail, grid and contours grey; British and German trenches and names red. In dark blue: [enemy battery] positions occupied and positions unoccupied, between 1-5-18 and 3-6-18; shows field and unknown calibre, and heavy batteries. In light blue: roads and tracks. In black: areas of activity, railways, light railways and tramways in use, dumps and headquarters. "This map is intended to serve as a guide in selecting targets for artillery and machine gun harassing fire. Current photographs should be consulted for details of work in progress.", WW1 Trench Map Collection: Box PC22, Envelope 678.
Flot de Wingles
Flot de Wingles
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Sheet number: part of sheet 36. "Trenches corrected to 9-2-18." "Field Survey Co., R.E. 5781 [number crossed out and replaced with blue overprint] 5810". Detail, grid and contours grey; red pecked British front line, and German trenches and trench names. Overprint in dark blue: Positions Map, positions active and positions inactive between 1-1-18 & 7-2-18., Used by Major J. C. Thomson, OC 20th Siege Battery. WW1 Trench Map Collection: Box PC14, Envelope 390.
Gloster Wood
Gloster Wood
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Sheet number: part of Sheet 51. East of Vimy Ridge. "[Enemy Battery] positions map" in black overprint with numbered notes. "Trenches corrected to 6-7-17" in red overprint. Detail, grid and contours grey; German trenches and names red; British trenches to depth of 700 yards and names blue; German battery positions and zone call areas black. Used by Major J. C. Thomson, OC 20th Siege Battery., Manuscript on reverse: H[ostile] B[atteries]. GLOSTER WOOD. Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC20; envelope_number: 643.

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