Map of the area around the village of Hebuterne. This was the centre of the New Zealand Division's stand against the
German's Spring Offensive in March 1918.1
The map shows the positions of the places mentioned in the biography of Frank Cross:
Hebuterne - the village at the centre of the line and the farthest point of the German offensive.
Rossignol Wood where Arthur was killed.
Gommecourt where Arthur was buried.
Chateau de la Haie (north west of Hebuterne) where the NZ Rifle Brigade was in reserve.
Sailly (west of Hebuterne) where the Auckland Regiment was in reserve.
Puisieux (east of Hebuterne) where the NZ Division had advanced to by 16th August.