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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One Response to World War One Photo: Mont St. Kemmel

  1. Reblogged this on ww1ha and commented:
    Look how deep the mud is — at least they could get their faces clean, however briefly. Who among us has ever been that dirty, even for a full day?

    Thanks for this, Brushed With Mystery!

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