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French artist Jean-Julien Lemordant blinded during while serving with the French Army in He died in ironically of tear gas poisoning during the student riots.

A trench on the WW1 battlefield of Verdun. These fights went on for so long, without any movement in the front lines, that soldiers were literally fighting on top of the decomposing corpses of comrades who died there before.

A trench on the battlefield of Verdun. These fights went on for so long, without any movement in the front lines, that soldiers were literally fighting on top of the decomposing corpses of comrades who died there before.

The real war...Death in the ever present mud

German bodies after a heavy artillery pounding. The grin and relaxed pose of the bottom soldier is very deranging.

Battle of Caporetto: Dead Italian troops, killed in a gas attack by German troops, on the heights of Tolmein, November 1917.

historicaltimes: “ Battle of Caporetto: Dead Italian troops, killed in a gas attack by German troops, on the heights of Tolmein, November Continua a leggere ”

70 Jahre Frieden – Zeit sich an den 1. Weltkrieg zu erinnern

70 Jahre Frieden – Zeit sich an den 1. Weltkrieg zu erinnern

El centenario de la Primera Guerra Mundial está generando todo tipo de novedades sobre el conflicto que estalló en 1914 y se prolongó cuatro años. Ensayos, fotografí

La Primera Guerra Mundial, a todo color (FOTOS)

A French soldier and his dog outside of a ruined house in Candor, a commune in the Oise department of northern France.

French soldiers, one of them a stretcher bearer, on the move. French soldiers carrying rations for their unit. Photographs taken in one of the battles of 1918, probably during the German Spring Offensive.

French soldiers carrying food pass by two British KIAs somewhere on the Western Front,

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