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Remains: The trenches can still be made out by tourists visiting the woods today

Remains: The trenches can still be made out by tourists visiting the woods today

Memories: The land is still pockmarked with the trenches and craters left behind after the fierce fighting

The dark secrets of the French forest blocked off 100 years after WW1

Memories: The land is still pockmarked with the trenches and craters left behind after the fierce fighting

Loopgraven WOII

Loopgraven WOII

It is amazing how a little color changes the feeling of a picture. S)

Adding Color To Iconic Photos…

It is amazing how a little color changes the feeling of a picture. S)

Grotten van Han

Grotten van Han

TIL over 8 million horses died in WW1. Of those who survived most were sent to Belgian butchers being regarded as unfit for any other purpose.

TIL over 8 million horses died in WW1. Of those who survived most were sent to Belgian butchers being regarded as unfit for any other purpose.

The Fort of Picolet located north of Haiti build in 1739 it is also surrounded by other Forts. Such as the Forts of Maguy, Fort Belly, Fort- aux- Dames and the Fort of Saint-Joseph.

The Fort of Picolet located north of Haiti build in 1739 it is also surrounded by other Forts. Such as the Forts of Maguy, Fort Belly, Fort- aux- Dames and the Fort of Saint-Joseph.

Destroyed: Nine villages were destroyed and never rebuilt, in memory of what had happened here. Now the roads and churches are marked by signposts, like this one in the former village of Bezonvaux

The dark secrets of the French forest blocked off 100 years after WW1

Destroyed: Nine villages were destroyed and never rebuilt, in memory of what had happened here. Now the roads and churches are marked by signposts, like this one in the former village of Bezonvaux

The scanty remains of Fotheringhay Castle belie its important place in British history. It was here that Mary, Queen of Scots, was held before her cousin, Elizabeth I, reluctantly signed her death warrant. I WILL BE STANDING THERE SOMEDAY

The scanty remains of Fotheringhay Castle belie its important place in British history. It was here that Mary, Queen of Scots, was held before her cousin, Elizabeth I, reluctantly signed her death warrant. I WILL BE STANDING THERE SOMEDAY

World War I German Shock Troops, circa 1917. CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection

World War I German Shock Troops, Circa Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

World War I German Shock Troops, circa 1917. CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection

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