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For generations Verdun (ver'dun’) will be to the French nation a synonym for the most heroic courage, the most devoted patriotism. For five months, under a deluge of shot and shell, poison gas and liquid fire, impossible of adequate description by…

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This terrible war, started by Germany in her mad lust for empire, abounded in situations which tried men's souls to the limit and called for the exertion of every ounce of courage and resolution they possessed. This was one of those occasions. In the…

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This picture shows part of the most interesting section of Arras (a’ras’). Arras before the recent war was a city of about twenty thousand inhabitants. It had two spacious squares known as the Grande Place and the Petite Place. The houses facing…

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This souvenir of The Great War of 1914 is issued with the object of giving an artistic and true idea of the Beautiful Cities of the Nations who are now at war. The number of British Subjects who were resident in the various countries at the…

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This glimpse around shattered Verdun shows nothing but desolation. The cloud of smoke in the sky is the tell-tale of a shrapnel shell that has exploded over some point behind the lines, where the Germans thought there were troops. Verdun is a very…

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Message on card reads "Jan 1st 1919. This town has been heavily bombed by the Germans and lot[s] of damage has been done. The market square or rather the central square shows many marks of bombs & several shops & house[s] have been quite destroyed"

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Bound album of an unidentified person. This appears to be an album put together by a young Australian gentleman when on tour in Europe in 1911-1918? Consists mostly of published postcards of European places. Includes some postcards of Sydney,…

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Adressed to Miss W. Lester, Railway Road, Caulfield, Victoria, Australia. Message on card reads "O.A.S. Belgium 9-9-17 Dear Winnie, You will think I can get nothing but cathedral cards but I know that you like such works of art, do you not? Sincerely…

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Here we have an American field radio outfit in operation ; science, the handmaiden of war. Cars of every type have been used, even as small as a three-quarter ton truck. And over ground which a car cannot cover, motorcycle outfits are run. The two…

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Message on card reads "The residence of Black Beetles"

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Adressed to Miss W. Lester, Byrne, Railway Road, Carnegie, Victoria, Australia. Message on card reads "On Active Service. France 4/6/16 Dear Winnie, Just a card to let you know I am well. Nothing of any interest to tell you. I wrote a letter last…

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Message on card reads "This gives you a good idea of what some the villages and towns are today. I bought these cards in Abbeville this week. Love from Jimmy"

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A column of fours, as far as the eye can reach, nothing but Germans, muddy, sullen, and harmless, for they are prisoners, the result of a day's fighting. Some of them still wear their heavy steel trench helmets, others have the round gray caps with a…
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