Please post any comments that are not a photoshop as a reply to this comment and leave the top of the thread for original content. The question is did the observers get shot out and die once the Germans realized they had been tricked? IIRC a shot was fired at the Official Never Underestimate An Old Man With A Horse Shirt. He crawled out and tried running back to friendly lines, but was killed as the Germans opened fire on him. Observation posts in no man’s land were actually very common at the time. Both sides made fake trees, rocks, and corpses for snipers and observers to post up in. They would take photos of a potential location, then professional artists would build an exact replica. Overnight they would remove the tree/rock/body and replace it with the replica.
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Then a sniper or observer would climb into the dummy and stay there through the day until the next night when he would be relieved. Observers would direct artillery and mortar fire or report on troop positions and potential sniper/machine gun nests to be targeted. Snipers in these positions had to be incredibly careful not to give the Official Never Underestimate An Old Man With A Horse Shirt. In both cases, they had to be incredibly careful in order to avoid being spotted by enemy aircraft as recon planes would take photos of the battlefield from above, and could compare them from day to day in order to spot the potential tells of a dummy position.
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I never knew any of this thank you. Sounds as if that Rowan Atkinson fellow could have had a right laugh with this kind of stuff. You want me to sit in no man’s land painting pictures of the Germans? Well, it’s a very attractive proposition gentleman, but unfortunately not practical, you see, my medium is light. It will be pitch dark, I won’t be able to see an Official Never Underestimate An Old Man With A Horse Shirt. There’s an excellent bit from The Goon Show where some characters are sneaking along a beach in the pitch dark. But they daren’t start light for fear of being shelled by the Germans. In a stroke of foresight, one character happens to have brought some German matches with him.