This is a British Officers Water Bottle, it's a brass colour so this is how we know it's officers with mud remains on it the bottle is missing its mouth peace the top section comes away from the body but is in very nice solid condition for a relic. Found in 2016 at Longueval on The Somme . A very nice officers relic from the famous Somme battlefield.
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Delville Wood was a tract of woodland, nearly 1 kilometre square, the western edge of which touched the village of Longueval in the Somme. On 14 July 1916 the greater part of Longueval village was taken by the 9th (Scottish) Division and on the 15th, the South African Brigade of that Division captured most of Delville Wood. The wood now formed a salient in the line, with Waterlot Farm and Mons Wood on the south flank still in German hands, and, owing to the height of the trees, no close artillery support was possible for defence.