Hill Fifteen was like a thorn in the British flesh. With its commanding position it allowed the enemy to dominate the surrounding countryside. It had to be taken – but how?
Major Hugh Bengerley was given the task, but he knew of only one method of attack, a direct frontal charge which would inevitably lead to the slaughter of his men.
Bengerley was a fool – and the Germans were sitting up there just waiting for fools like him.
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