MG Team, in captured German trench with German casualty. In 54mm resin.
That's a famous photo, Canadians near Passchendaele village, November 1917. The man nearest the camera has been identified - I cannot recall his name at the moment, but it's a French Canadian monniker - something like de Bruin. He survived the war.By September the dense shelling broke the water table. Flanders rain did the rest.
The picture was taken about 200 metres below the Passchendaele ridge and to the south of the actual Crest Farm (as opposed to the memorial).The fellow was named as Reginald le Brun, 16th Canadian MGC in Lyn Macdonald's Book 'They called it Passchendaele'. I do not think the caption re Crest Farm is correct.