This relief map of the Bullecourt battleground in France (today) shows the attack of the 4th and 12th brigades on 11 April, 1916. Also shown are the German trenches and final positions of the tanks during the battle, including the tank that broke down on top of the 48th battalion headquarters. It is shown as a small bump on the horizon on the left of the railway embankment on the photograph of Bullecourt in 1917, which appears in Hard Jacka.

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