In the operations along the ancre a German officer and eighty-two men were made prisoner.
The difference between the nun and the ancre is made clear by these passages.
The line stands at the top of a smooth, open slope, commanding our old position and the ancre Valley.
They expected the greatest weight to be felt towards the ancre.
In these operations along the ancre the British captured 761 prisoners, including twelve officers.
Down the valley of the ancre at its bend they had more or less of an enfilade.
There was intermittent shelling of the British front south of the ancre during the night of October 4, 1916.
The Germans continued to shell heavily the British front south of the ancre.
In 1610 he had purchased the marquisate of ancre and the position of first gentleman-in-waiting.
All day long they shelled the British front south of the ancre, especially north of Courcelette.