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WW1, 1916. French postcard showing the comfort brought when the soldiers receive…

French postcard showing the comfort brought when the soldiers receive…

Carte Postale Postcard 1914-1918 Unis contre les Barbares Linked against the Barbarians | by loganinkosovo

Carte Postale Postcard Unis contre les Barbares Linked against the Barbarians

WW1. French soldiers in a front line trench warm some wine. © Harriet Chalmers Adams/National Geographic Creative. Picture Id: 603404

French WWI soldiers in a front line trench warm some wine. - - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Le facteur est passé En septembre 1916 près d’Aveluy, un artilleur revient avec le courrier pour sa batterie. Pendant la Grande Guerre, environ 10 milliards de lettres ont été envoyées soit plus de 6 millions par jour. Pour en savoir plus sur la Première Guerre mondiale, n’hésitez pas à feuilleter quelques pages du Petit Quizz de la Grande Guerre de Grégoire Thonnat : http://www.editionspierredetaillac.com/premiere-guerre-mondiale/28-le-petit-quizz-de-la-grande-guerre.html

An artilleryman with the post for his battery; near Aveluy, September 1916

British Military Recruitment Poster, WW1 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

British Military Recruitment Poster, - pin by Paolo Marzioli

WW1 soldiers in trenches. http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/16094/1/christopher-raeburn-on-camouflage

Christopher Raeburn on camouflage

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French Postcard, WWI “O, France, our mother, never forgets to dry our tears.” A very young-looking soldier from a French African colony is encouraged by a French nun/ nurse

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