Source: H. A. Bethell, Modern Artillery in the Field.

From "The infantry cannot do with a gun less": the place of the artillery in the British Expeditionary Force, 1914-1918 by Sanders Marble

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  • This figure shows how the Royal Artillery expected to deploy before World War I. Guns are in the open, and communications within the artillery are quite simple. Liaison with the infantry is negligible, with the artillery expecting to be able to adjust its fire based on what it sees. Source: H. A. Bethell, Modern Artillery in the Field.