Category Archives: Photo of the Day

A Captured Trench

My family seemed to know that they were a part of history; not that they were notables  or history makers for anyone other than their own loving family, but a disproportionate amount of them (women included) seemed to have a … Continue reading

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Bombarded Hospital in Estaples: World War One

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Trench in World War One

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World War One Photo: Bullecourt

The picture looks like ground zero. Soldiers and men, slowly emerge from the debris.  The back of the photo reads “near Bullecourt,” France. A village prone to devastation, it was destroyed in the sixteenth century, and then in 1917.  The … Continue reading

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World War One Photo: Mont St. Kemmel

In a shell hole… A brief respite;  return to mother earth.  Men that have seen too much bloodshed take a moment to shave.

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