To stop our advance all roads in Bohain had been cratered at their exits from the village, and delay-action mines on the railways were constantly going up.
Brancucourt Farm, in a main road which had been cratered just outside the farm.
Up to the Belgian frontier roads had been cratered and bridges blown down, and these caused defiles and impeded the march.
They were too taken up with their own part, were too engrossed in picking a way over the broken shell-cratered ground, past the still khaki forms that lay dotted and sprawled the whole way across.
It was hard, too, to keep straight on, because the whole surface was pitted and cratered with holes that ran from anything the size of a foot-bath to a chasm big enough to swallow a fair-sized house.
The ground where the lieutenant had fallen, the ground for many acres round him, was a half-liquefied mass of mud churned up into lumps and hummocks pitted and cratered with shell-holes intersected with rivulets and pools of water.
Such landscape belonged to the days; real business, when one's orbit was confined to a few hundred yards ofcratered surface, claimed the nights.
I refer only to night movement, for by day there were always distant objects to steer by, and the foreground, seemingly a crateredwilderness of mud, to the trained eye wore a multitude of significant objects.
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