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Stretcher bearers at Passchendaele, August 1917

The Museum of Mud: Sensory History and World War I

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July 8, 2015 • THE SENSES

  Now the mud at Passchendaele was very viscous indeed, very tenacious, it stuck to you. The mud there wasn’t liquid, it wasn’t porridge, it was a curious kind of sucking kind of mud. When you got off this track with your load, it ‘drew’ at you, not like quicksand, but a real monster that… Read More ›

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