Their clothing, hands and faces were stained yellow from the lyddite fumes.
Back to the British trenches also wafted the sickly fumes of lyddite and cresolite.
The camouflage of Allied military thought is more distressing to Germany than lyddite or gas.
Here a corner of one of the massive entrance pillars had been sharply severed off by a British lyddite shell.
A few of Buller's lyddite shells were bursting near him, and one shell was seen to strike his magazine and explode it.
lyddite shell burst, but eighteen escaped alive, and these were sorely wounded.
The smell of the lyddite was nauseating, the uproar stupefying.
Their fire was incessant, one vessel alone firing 1000 lyddite and shrapnel shells.
They began to move forward, and marched straight for the hill with two field batteries and one (p. 79) lyddite gun.
lyddite and high explosives rained through the murky evening, and still no orders were issued that reached the Munster Fusiliers.