Passchendaele 1917

Passchendaele 1917

On 31st July 1917 the Third Battle of Ypres commenced, otherwise known as Passchendaele, the poignant name of a small Belgian hamlet finally captured by Canadian forces on 6 November 1917.

In the course of this horrifying battle, fought largely in driving rain and mud, something close to one million casualties, Allied and German, resulted from a British advance of just five miles.

Our design is based on a rectangular woodcut by Paul Nash, an official war artist who witnessed the appaling destruction in Flanders first hand. One of a series of designs commemorating the centenary of the First World War we have produced since 2013.

Unisex sizes avaiable small (36 inch chest /90cms), XL (48inch/120cms) and XXL (52inch/130cms). Available as listd in the drop down menu below.

Gift wrapping with exclusive Philosophy Football wrapping paper and gift tag. To personalise your gift tag type the message you woul like us toincludec in the box provided, also below.  

Product Code: 1496

Small £23.00

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