Maps collected and used by Henry Arthur Goddard

Accession Number RCDIG0000813
Collection number 3DRL/2379
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 8
Object type Map
Physical description 12 Image/s captured
Maker Goddard, Henry Arthur
Place made France
Date made 1917-1918
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
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File of maps relating to the First World War service of Brigadier General Henry Arthur Goddard, 9th Brigade, Australian Imperial Force. The maps show various defensive and offensive lines held by the allies and the locations of trenches used by the 9th Brigade at Villers-Bretonneux between 1917 and 1918.
This file contains:
Map of the Allied Line, with British Line on reverse, scale 1:100000, 31 July 1917;
Map of France showing the Hindenburg Line and German Artillery positions, scale 1:20000, 3 February 1918;
Pencil drawn map with approximate line before and after attack at 6pm, 13th April 1918;
Map of Villers-Bretonneux, scale 1:40000, 13 April 1918;
Map of trenches near Villers-Bretonneux, scale 1:20000, 12 April 1918;
Map of Villers-Bretonneux during March 1918, scale 1:40000, 4 to 5 May 1918;
Map of Vilers-Bretonneux, scale 1:40000, sheet 62D, 6 May 1918;
35 Battalion Map showing divisions from Gavrelle to the Somme, [n.d.];