Getting a haircut near the front line. Wood of Hirtzbach, Haut-Rhin.
Stunning Early Color Photography French military doctors and nurses in front of Saint-Paul Hospital during World War I, in Soissons, Aisne, France. Color photo taken using the Autochrome Lumière process for color photography by Fernand Cuville
French soldiers move a heavy stone near the construction site at the bridge across the Aisne,
Sikh soldiers on the Western Front Indian troops saw service in almost every campaign of From the mud of the Western front to the heat and sand of the Middle East. Indian units suffered over casualties including killed.
Surreal Photos That Capture What World War I Looked Like in Color
World War I in Color: French soldiers from a special unit build a wooden bridge across the Aisne,
WWI Soldiers - Colonial troops from India, Great War
WWI soldiers, 1915 (they look like German soldiers)
German prisoners of war - 1914 On 30 May Auguste and Louis Lumière made a statement to the Paris Academy of Sciences, describes the process lattice trichrome, which three years later became the Autochrome, the first industrial process color reproduction.
“French soldiers who have been awarded medals during the Battle of the Somme. Several wear the Croix de Guerre with Stars and Palms. The man in front is a squad machine-gunner, evident.
vintage everyday: 29 Incredible Colorized Photos of French Army During World War I
German prisoners of war, France, c. 1914 -- This haunting Jean-Baptise Tournassoud image shows German P.s at a camp in France. During the war years to Tournassoud took over 800 autochrome plates documenting the conflict.