New Zealand troops loading ammunition limbers, Sept 1918.

New Zealand troops loading ammunition limbers near Albert, September 1918. New Zealanders load 18-pound shells into limbers during the Battle of the Somme. During the latter engagement over ten million 18-pound shells were fired. The 18-pounder was the main British and Commonwealth artillery weapon of the war. From an album of 24 official photographs, including one loose, showing scenes of the Western Front Campaign, 1916-1918 (c), World War One (1914-1918).