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Two French colonial soldiers, an Annamite (Vietnamese) and a Malagasy tirailleurs, at Zeitenlik in Salonika, July 1917.

Q Two French colonial soldiers an Annamite (Vietnamese) and a Malagasy tirailleurs at Zeitenlik in Salonika July

Dead German soldier .

Sept "German soldiers killed and lying in the newly French trench.

WWI French War Office Official Photograph, 19e Régiment d'Infanterie by hoosiermarine, via Flickr

WWI French War Office Official Photograph, Régiment d'Infanterie Stamp on reverse reads: French War Office Official Photograph Authorised For Publication Issued By Newspaper Illustrations Ltd Strand, W.

WW1: Two soldiers cooking in a trench at Ovillers with a scrounged stove. July 1916. Note the elaborate arrangement for the chimney in an effort to avoid smoke rising perpendicular to the stove -- a telltale sign for enemy artillery observers.

July 1916 - Two soldiers cooking in a trench at Ovillers with a scrounged stove. Note the elaborate arrangement for the chimney in an effort to avoid smoke rising perpendicular to the stove. A telltale sign for enemy artillery observers.

World War I. The Second Battle of Artois. French soldiers ready to start the attack on Notre-Dame-de-Lorette (Pas-de-Calais, France). On May 9, 1915.

World War I. The Second Battle of Artois. French soldiers ready to start the attack on Notre-Dame-de-Lorette (Pas-de-Calais, France).

French Trench Kitchen on Salonika Front

Stoves, Enemies, Forks, Trench, Frying Pans, World War I, Cooking, History Photos, Les Fusils

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