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Hill 60 Caterpillar Crater, Belgium

Hill 60 Caterpillar Crater, Belgium

Hill 60 Caterpillar Crater, Belgium
World War 1 - Hill 60, Zwarte-Leen, Belgium. The Caterpillar Crater. In 1917, diggers from the Australian Tunneling Company dug their way below the German lines and planted huge mines. Once blown, Infantry Men stormed the Hill and took it. The Caterpillar mine, along with the 17 others on the Messines front, were blown. The explosions at Hill 60 killed 687 soldiers of the German 204th Division and blew a crater 60 feet deep and 260 feet wide.

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Hill 60 Caterpillar Crater, Belgium

World War 1 - Hill 60, Zwarte-Leen, Belgium. The Caterpillar Crater. In 1917, diggers from the Australian Tunneling Company dug their way below the German lines and planted huge mines. Once blown, Infantry Men stormed the Hill and took it. The Caterpillar mine, along with the 17 others on the Messines front, were blown. The explosions at Hill 60 killed 687 soldiers of the German 204th Division and blew a crater 60 feet deep and 260 feet wide
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: World War 1 - Hill 60, Zwarte-Leen, Belgium. The Caterpillar Crater. In 1917, diggers from the Australian Tunneling Company dug their way below the German lines and planted huge mines. Once blown, Infantry Men stormed the Hill and took it. The Caterpillar mine, along with the 17 others on the Messines front, were blown. The explosions at Hill 60 killed 687 soldiers of the German 204th Division and blew a crater 60 feet deep and 260 feet wide.

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