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Description - The ruins of a destroyed pier at Zeebrugge, Belgium following a British action in World War 1. The aim was to breach the German occupied pier by ramming it with an old submarine laden with 5000 Kilos (not 10000) of amatol (a mixture of AMmonium And TOLuene) - 23rd April 1918 - The image show the pier after having a temporary suspension bridge built over the gap.
Date - 1918
Size in mm (approx) - 138 X 88
Publisher - Nels - J. Revyn, 14 rue du Canada, Bruselles
Publisher's Card No. 3
Un-used:
ConditionExcellent condition with good corners - perforated left edge
More Info: excellent print quality - Colotype


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