WW1 photos

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    Those photos are great.

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    Those are wonderful. It just shows what a great invention photography is. How else could we see these images of these men and women. It also shows a time when men were men and women were women. Today, people would die if put in those circumstances. My Grandfather was born in Germany in 1880, came to the USA in 1890. He used to tell me stories of his youth, and I was amazed then, and even more so now. Thanks for sharing this.
     
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    Nice photos. Its impressive !!!....:smile: