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The Warehouse

A very mysterious post for this Wednesday. It shows us a huge – I’d even say gigantic – warehouse, full of material. In order to understand its size, just have a look at the German soldier, who seems to be the only present human being. 42 more words

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The Band (twice)

No, I am not drunk, and I haven’t published twice this picture of a German band in the woods by mistake.

Indeed these two photographs have been taken in two different moments, you can easily spot some differences between the musicians at rest (above) and “in action” (below)…

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Killing the pig

We don’t know the fate of yesterday’s goat, but we know for sure the fate of this piglet. Once again, this picture has probably been taken on the Eastern front, just like this very similar one.

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Thomas Ashe

Thomas Ashe (12th January 1885 – 25th September 1917) was a member of the Gaelic League, the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) and a founding member of the Irish Volunteers. 282 more words

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Two soldiers and a goat

Another cute picture for this Saturday evening, with these two German soldiers, a┬ásmoking peasant woman and a goat. It seems they all enjoy the scene (well, maybe the goat doesn’t…) 38 more words

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Tea Time

I know it’s late for tea time (it’s now 7 PM in Italy and I am having my Friday beer), but I am still on time for my US friends! 27 more words

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Wounded prisoners

Another POW camp for today. Once again, soldiers from different countries are mixed, as we can see at least one French soldiers, among several German ones. 58 more words

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