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Why such a title? Just because the man who has sent this photograph was named “Peppino (which stands for “Giuseppe”). I think he must be the man on the right. 35 more words


1917 - J. P. Fugel

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Fugel added his middle initial to his mark after 1913, if I can cite a 1914 hand-drawn mark. It was certainly in place in 1916.


Pasubio, April 1917 (part 2)

And here’s another picture of the very same men, taken on the same day (April 9, 1917).

The most interesting element (after the sunglasses evoked yesterday) is the walking stick used by the soldier. 28 more words



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Pasubio, April 1917 (part 1)

I had to modify this picture because, just like 99% of the pictures taken in a snowy environment I own, it was overexposed. According to the caption on the back, this photo was taken on the Monte Pasubio on April 9, 1917. 38 more words


johnlink ranks A MODERN MUSKETEER (1917)

I don’t watch just any silent film. The premise needs to sound worthy, and I tend to shy away from silent movies with a run time over two hours because I lack culture. 1,102 more words

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