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    • French and German corpses

    • World War, 1914-1918; Dead persons; War casualties; Cemeteries; Soldiers
    • "C.33. French and boche corpses brought back from the lines in a small car to be curied [sic] (after an attack). Nov. 1917" In a forest bodies dumped from a wooden cart are lined along mounds of dirt. Three soldiers stand near the bodies. One of...
    • Headquarters and staff in ruins in Oulches

    • World War, 1914-1918; Military headquarters; Ruins; War damage--France
    • "C.36. Oulches. Headquarters and staff in the ruins Nov. 1917." To the right of center five soldiers stand on a road in front of a pile of rubble and the few remaining portions of a building's walls. Other ruined buildings fill the background.
    • Damaged church in Pargnan

    • World War, 1914-1918; Churches; Ruins; War damage--France
    • "C.46 Pargnan. South Chemin des Dames. The church damaged and barbed wire around. A French observation balloon is seen in the air. Nov.1917." The roofless, damaged church is in a rural area surrounded by a gently sloped landscape with scattered...
    • Outdoor Mass in Monaco

    • World War, 1914-1918; Outdoor religious services; Religious services; Cemeteries
    • "C.34. Mass in the wood Monaco. 1st Nov. 1917." Photographed from behind a large group of soldiers stands in a forest facing a makeshift altar built between the trees and decorated with garlands of evergreen draped above it. Rows of barbed wire...
    • Soldiers and cooks among ruins in Oulches

    • World War, 1914-1918; Soldiers; Soldiers--French; Soldiers--American; Cooks; War damage
    • "C.37. Oulches - The Cooks - Roulante Nov. 1917" There may be both French and American soldiers present in this photograph. Some of them, apparently cooks, stand to the left of center near large pots and cooking gear. Others stand in the background...
    • Chemin des Dames near Craonne

    • World War, 1914-1918; Buildings; Ruins; War damage--France
    • "C.42. Paissy-Heurtebise, 'Chemin-des-Dames' near Craonne. Nov. 1917." A scenic view of some buildings along a road near Craonne. Most of the buildings appear destroyed or damaged. Paissy church appears to be in the distance on the left.

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