This zone consisted of two lines of reasonably well prepared defensive works of about 4000 yards in depth, and included a redoubt and a pair of hills.
This one is overlooking the redoubt in front of Moy, and it is here that the British were attacked by some German tanks; as they were in other parts of the line as well.
Lastly, a picture of the assembled forces, thus far. It works out at roughly a slightly understrength German infantry division plus gas, tanks and aircraft versus a slightly over strength British infantry regiment, with a little artillery support - couldn't be without the premier arm now could we? I am so far behind on this project it is not even funny, and am down to just two nights to go. Next post will likely be of the day itself.