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Old 19 Jul 15, 11:01
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Terrain around Kut el Amarah

I'm writing an MA dissertation which involves looking at the experiences of Indian Army units that fought on both the Western Front at Loos and in Mesopotamia in the failed attempt to break through to Kut to relieve it. I've visited the sites both at Loos and in Iraq and from memory both share a similar flat openness without much in the way of cover. However whilst I have plenty of digital photos from Loos I was in Iraq just after the end of the Iraq Iran war when cameras were forbidden. I'd like to use photos to illustrate the similarity of the terrain. Are there any forum readers who have a suitable photo that they'd be prepared to let me use? I'd give appropriate attribution. All the photos I can find show Kut itself which isn't what I need to make the point.
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